College sweethearts Ayee and Paolo said their "I do's" at St. John Bosco Parish in Makati. The whimsical affair featured earthy elements which reflected the couple's laid-back personalities.
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Ayee and Paolo first met at a school function at Ateneo de Manila University. Ayee shares, "We were shooting a video for the Christmas concert of an organization we're both part of. We became good friends, and officially started dating in 2004."
Seven years into their relationship, Paolo proposed to Ayee. According to Ayee, Paolo set up a dinner for two by the beach in Bohol. The event was private and intimate, which was a reflection of Paolo's personality.
Ayee and Paolo's big day was intimate and romantic. They personally handpicked the details to make sure that everything complemented with their chosen theme. Rustic pieces in earth tones painted a pretty scene at the affair.
To to incorporate their own touch into the wedding, the two customized some of the details. Included in their projects were the wood-inspired invitations, wooden centerpieces, table letters and numbers, and name plates. For DIY ideas, the bride surfed the Internet for inspirations. With the help of her husband and family, all the décor looked unique and full of character.
Ayee and Paolo's special day was not only a feast for the eyes, but it was heartwarming as well. The couple's hands-on involvement in the wedding preparations paved the way for a memorable affair. Ayee shares a valuable piece of advice to other marrying couples to. "[If you're planning to have the weddin in December,] reserve your suppliers ahead of time," she says.