Jeanie's hobby was doing crafts, so it was no surprise that her wedding to Gian was a major DIY project featuring wedding details that she made herself. Jeanie's creativity was evident in the invitations, guest boxes, souvenir packages, tags, place cards, reception centerpieces and some ceremony accessories. She sourced most of her materials locally, but she also went to Japan and Thailand to get some special craft pieces, like wooden birdcages, monograms and Styrofoam birds.

Doing crafts also gave Jeanie and Gian a chance to bond. For example, while Jeanie did the layout of the invites, Gian helped in gluing hearts on the maps to mark the wedding venue's location. Moreover, the couple's hands-on attitude allowed them to collaborate clearly and successfully with their suppliers.

By working together, Jeanie and Gian were able to make their dream wedding a reality. But what made all the extra effort worth it was the love and happiness that filled their special day--things that no man can craft alone.

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