Camille and Michael had an outdoor celebration in Bolinao, Pangasinan. Surrounded by their closest family and friends, the couple had a laid-back affair by the beach.
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Camille and Michael went to the same highschool in Baguio, but they rarely talked to each other. They belonged to different sections, so they had little opportunity to interact. However, Michael had a crush on Camille from afar, and he asked someone else to get Camille's number for him. Michael started contacting Camille, and the two became friends.
Camille had to go to Manila for college, while Michael remained in Baguio. Despite the distance, the two didn't lose contact. When Camille finally came home after finishing school, Michael started pursuing her. Things eventually fell into place, and Camille and Michael became a couple.
Over a year into their relationship, Michael had to leave the country for work. The couple kept their bond strong, especially since two weeks after Michael left, Camille found out she was expecting. She and Michael then started planning for the wedding seven months before the big day.
Camille and Michael wanted to make their wedding casual and intimate, and so they opted for an out-of-town celebration. They tied the knot with a beach wedding in Bolinao, Pangasinan. Guests came in from Manila, Baguio, and Pangasinan to witness the couple's big day.
The couple had seven months to plan for the celebration, and they opted to keep things simple. They incorporated some DIY projects into their details to make their affair exude warmth. Among the crafts they busied themselves with were their escort cards and table markers.
Camille and Mark's beach wedding was held in August, and so they knew about the possibility of rain. However, they were fortunate on their big day. It only drizzled before the ceremony, and the outpour started only when the guests had left the reception. Lucky as they were, the bride admits that some things did not go as planned. Still, they decided to look past the imperfections. Shares the bride, "Before the wedding, decide to be happy no matter what. I got that from one of our ninangs, who is also the wife of the pastor who wed us."