Jhonavel & Rolan’s Wedding Dance
Jhonavel & Rolan Matias were the Wedding Saviours Contest Winners in 2013 for the Halton-Peel (HP) Region. Their journey through young parenthood involved finding out that their son, CJ, had a type of brain cancer called Medulloblastoma. With their financial situation, they found it difficult to consider getting married. Winning the contest gave them a second chance to become united as a couple and a family.
They were married on April 12th, 2013 with the help of a team of caring wedding professionals and business partners in Halton-Peel Region. Brenda Holdsworth, Founder of Wedding Saviours, spoke to Reporter Susan Hay of Global Television, about the “pay-it-forward” philosophy of the Free Wedding Contest offered to couples in need.
danceScape’s Robert Tang & Beverley Cayton-Tang taught Jhonavel & Rolan, winners of the Halton-Peel Wedding Saviours Contest, a Wedding Dance Crash Course Lesson. They wanted to incorporate a Mashup of songs to surprise their guests on their big day! This is the Highlights version of the video (full Video available at www.dancescape.TV). Their Free Wedding was held on Friday, April 12th, 2013 at the Italian Canadian Club of Milton.
Jhonavel`s and Rolan`s FREE Wedding were provided by Wedding Saviours, a group of community-minded Wedding professionals who had come together to help couples in hardship to have their dream wedding.
Wedding Saviours was founded by Brenda Holdsworth (centre), who along with Jane Dayus-Hinch from Wedding SOS, had worked hard with Wedding Planner & Team Leader of Wedding Saviours Halton-Peel, Sheryl Hammond, CEO of Bella Chic Events. Click here to read more about their inspiring story, as they prepared for their Wedding and Wedding Dance.
danceScape’s Robert Tang & Beverley Cayton-Tang donated Wedding lessons to help them prepare for their First Dance. Robert & Beverley were inspired to launch Wedding Saviours Hamilton-Niagara. If you would like to be part of our team, please speak to them at the studio, or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and ask how you can be involved!