Bevs and Niersen's June wedding exhibited modern elegance and charm with its sophisticated details and fun-filled program. Not even the rain could stop a memorable celebration from unfolding.
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Bevs and Niersen's paths first crossed back when they were still both in grade school, but at that time, the two did not talk much and were just mere acquaintances. The next time they saw each other was at Bevs' debut celebration, where they just exchanged pleasantries.
When their batchmates decided to organize a reunion, Bevs and Niersen finally got the chance to know each other more. As they prepared for their reunion, Niersen simultaneously courted Bevs. And just a few days before their batch reunion, the two officially became a couple.
Four years into the relationship, Niersen set a special scheme for Bevs. He connived with Bevs' friends to take her out for dinner while he went to her condo and prepared a romantic surprise. When Bevs got home from the dinner, she found the path leading to her condo unit strewn with rose petals and Post-it notes with the reasons why Niersen loves her. When she got to the door of her condo, a note on the door read: "For all these reasons and more, I would like to spend the rest of my life with you." She finally entered the room, and Niersen was there waiting, down on one knee and asked: "Honey, will you marry me?" Bevs could not answer anything other than "Yes, Honey."
Bevs and Niersen's wedding exhibited modern elegance and charm with its warm and sophisticated details. Even with 500 guests, the couple's tiffany blue and salmon pink-themed affair still felt warm and intimate. It rained on the day of their wedding, but not even the June showers could dampen the spirits of those who joined Bevs and Niersen's momentous union. After a tear-jerking ceremony, the couple and their guests proceeded to a fun-filled reception, which was hosted by the groom's favorite radio DJs Chico and Delamar of RX 93.1.
The party was laced with a chic and classy details, and was marked with fun activities, which included a Bingo game. The Bingo game required the guests to answer questions about the couple's relationship before they could block off letters. Those who blocked out the logos in the bingo cards were given laptops, iPod Shuffles, and Nokia cellphones. They also had a unique garter game, where the last pair to finish the challenge was the one tasked to get the garter.
With such a fun-filled event, the Bevs and Niersen advises other couples to "plan ahead and enjoy the wedding preparations." They add, "Do not decide on your own without your partner's consent."