Joy and Rommel's wedding in Tagaytay featured quirky and vintage-inspired décor in lilac and mint green. DIY projects, which the couple prepared, reflected their creative and artsy personalities.
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Joy and Rommel met at a barbecue party in Singapore. Joy shares, "When I first saw Rommel, he was carrying his own pack of beer. You can just imagine what my first impression of him was. A few days later, he messaged me and asked me if I'd be interested to go out with him. He would sometimes email me too, to ask about my day and to tell me how his day went."
After their casual exchanges, the two stopped talking for four months, until they met again at a friend's party. On their second meeting, Joy and Rommel started talking again, and after six months, they finally became a couple.
Three years later, Rommel proposed to Joy in Singapore. Apart from booking a beachfront suite in Sentosa, he also surprised Joy with a teddy bear, which carried an engagement ring.
Artsy couple Joy and Rommel had a pretty wedding at San Antonio de Padua in Tagaytay. Classic-inspired décor in shades of lilac and mint green channeled a laid-back ambiance at the gathering.
For the occasion, the couple prepared several DIY projects which include, the newsletter, car plate, signage, fans, and wedding boards. In addition, to make the affair even more meaningful, Joy and Rommel gave out some of their favorite items as wedding favors.
Apart from the surprise fireworks display, the unique and fun-filled program paved the way for a memorable event. Joy and Rommel's loved ones participated in the games, which the couple prepared. Moreover, customizing most of the wedding details not only helped the couple cut down on costs, but it also allowed them make their big day even more special. The bride tells other couples, "Start with your budget and work backwards on the details."