Hershey and Darren had an intimate wedding in Boracay, and they marked their celebration with a chic yellow and turquoise color motif. The couple's destination wedding also exhibited a warm and cheery ambiance as it was laced with DIY details and heartwarming performances.
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Hershey and Darren first heard of each other when they both found out that they were going to be secondary sponsors for a common friend's wedding. Before meeting personally at the wedding, the two did their own research to find out how each other looks like. Both single, each tried to see if they could be more than just acquaintances even after the event. When the day came, however, neither of them recognized each other right away until they got to the church.
Right before the march, Hershey and Darren finally met, and both admit that they felt butterflies then. Come the reception, Darren took the chance to approach Hershey and get to know her more. From that moment on, they knew that they shared something special. Even if Darren flew back to London, they would still make time to communicate through Skype. With such efforts, it didn't take long for them to become a couple--and they got engaged six months after.
Hershey and Darren exchanged I do's in Boracay with a simple and romantic wedding. The couple's affair featured a canary yellow and turquoise color palette, which lent a chic and cheery vibe. To give their destination wedding a warm touch, the couple did a handful of DIY projects and personalized their wedding details.
The couple's reception program exhibited a festive ambiance with its fire dance performances. The couple's first dance was also among the highlights, as they danced to Ed Sheeran's cover of Adele's Make You Feel My Love.
In preparing for such an intimate destination wedding, Hershey and Darren were keen on working within their budget and managing their guest list. The couple tells planning couples to decide which parts of the wedding they'd spend mostly on. From Hershey and Dan's end, they spent most on photos, video, food and rings, as these are the things that both the couple and their guests would truly cherish and appreciate. The couple suggests drafting two guest lists--the first list will bear the names of those you are truly close with, while the second one will bear names of mere acquaintances. "Trust me, when you are working with limited seats, you don't want to be stressed how to uninvite people," Hershey says.