Cashmere and Daniel tied the knot in a lovely garden wedding at Rosemont Gardens in Batangas. The classical-inspired affair featured rustic details in pretty shades of pink.
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Cashmere and Daniel have known one another since grade school. Cashmere relays, "We hung out with different crowds back then. His best friend at the time was courting me, while my best friend, on the other hand, was in love with him. Funny how things changed months after high school graduation. One weekend, my best friend, persuaded me to call him, just so she could check how things were with him. That was how we started talking." Their constant exchanges made falling in love inevitable. And after some time, the two became a couple.
After 10 years of dating, Cashmere and Daniel finally decided to tie the knot. According the Cashmere, Daniel didn't actually propose to her. She shares, "After celebrating our 10th year anniversary, we started talking about marriage. We prayed about it, and God had has readied us to take the next big step. I didn't expect an engagement ring at all, and it was fine if I never got one. But he still surprised me with a beautiful ring."
Cashmere and Daniel's garden wedding was a feast for the senses. Vintage-inspired décor, such as bird cages, recycled bottles, and wooden window panes, set a romantic mood at the couple's fun-filled affair. Rustic details in bright shades of pink reflected the theme of the gathering.
According to the bride, most of the details at the wedding were their labors of love. They personally handcrafted the bouquets, boutonnieres, nests, and some of the favors served at the reception.
Games and special performances channeled the couple's effervescent personalities. Guests participated in the lively program, which the couple prepared.
The couple also enjoyed their big day because they didn't sweat the small things. Cashmere shares, "'Let go and let God,' was my mantra a few days before my walk down the aisle. [Planning a wedding] is harder than it sounds, but remember that this is a once-in-a-lifetime event, so just enjoy it. Laugh, cry, hug, kiss, and forget about the cameras. The most beautiful pictures are those that capture the real emotions of the couple."