Travel buddies Chame and Miko decided to take on an exciting journey of a lifetime when they tied the knot. The two exchanged vows in the city in a vintage-inspired wedding that showcased their quirky personalities. The occasion was laced with rustic details in tones of blush pink and gray.
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From four hours to four years, and eventually, to eternity.
Chame and Miko's love story isn't a typical one for it involves traversing through Manila traffic and passing countless street signs and stoplights. The two met through a common friend and from then on, had agreed to become carpool-mates. In exchange for riding with Chame, Miko agreed to be the designated driver while they both make their way to and from work every day. What started as a four-hour daily cruise eventually led to romantic dinners and out-of-town trips.
Wedding PreparationChame and Miko’s city wedding featured refreshing colors of blush pink and gray tones. The couple's theme revolved around the concept of a laid-back vintage love affair set in the modern times.
Vintage-inspired items, such as rustic lamps and photographs, were tastefully displayed to portray a vision of yesteryear. Among the more intricate details were the custom-made pouches for the invitations. These complemented the patterned invitations, which were inspired by a pattern that the bride found online. Chame shares, "Our invitation supplier was one of the best in the industry. They worked around our budget and produced the nicest invitations we could ever come up with."
The couple's hard work in planning their dream wedding truly paid off. The bride tells other couples, "Always be ahead of schedule and do not cram. Checklists help, and Bridalbook was definitely a very important tool for a planning as it has a very comprehensive to-do list." Chame and Miko’s celebration that lasted until the wee hours was one that the couple and their guests will be talking about in the years to come.