Kabbie and Mitor had a fun wedding with a country vibe. The celebration, peppered with quirky elements, featured a charming turquoise, yellow, and gray motif.
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Kabbie and Mitor met through Kabbie's then-boss, who was Mitor's former colleague. The two were introduced, and exchanged cards on that initial meeting. Coincidentally, the company that Kabbie was working at needed a staff for sales, and she found out that Mitor might be a candidate for the post. She emailed him, and their exchanges started there. Eventually, Kabbie and Mitor's friendship blossomed into romance.
Kabbie's job entails organizing shoots, and Mitor would sometimes drop by at the shoot location. While she was used to being visited by Mitor, Kabbie still was surprised when Mitor sent her a cake and a rose during one particular shoot. She had thought that Mitor was out of town, but when a box with a ring finally came, Kabbie knew that Mitor was up to something. Mitor then popped out of his hiding place and presented Kabbie with flowers and her favorite drink--and Kabbie had already nodded yes to Mitor's proposal even if he hadn't finished asking the question.
Kabbie and Mitor had a fun and laid-back wedding with a vintage country twist. The couple opted for a cheery palette featuring turquoise, yellow, and gray.
The couple personalized their wedding with quirky details. Their celebration was filled with note-worthy elements, but what made the celebration memorable were the performances. Johnoy Danao serenaded the guests, while Kabbie and Mitor also prepared a special dance number.
Kabbie and Mitor pulled off their dream wedding, and the bride shares valuable tips for couples. "Don't stress out on the small stuff. Accept the fact that the wedding will never be perfect to the littlest detail, so just go with the flow and don't think too much. Know what you want, and stick to it. I know ideas are overflowing everywhere, but once you decide on something, that's it. If you revise and revise, you'll never move forward with planning and you'll end up cramming in the end."