Kaysie and Teody celebrated their union with an affair in Tagaytay. Their destination wedding showcased various personalized details, which made the cozy affair even warmer.
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Kaysie and Teody met as college students at the Mapua Institute of Technology. Teody was on his last year in college, while Kaysie was a freshman. Despite belonging to different batches, the two would constantly hang out when they joined the same organization. They found out that they shared common interests, and among those was going out on drinking sessions with their friends. The two's special connection eventually blossomed into a romantic relationship.
For five years, Kaysie and Teody's on-and-off relationship was met with various trials. They had to deal with a long-distance relationship, which made things even more difficult for them. However, the couple proved their mettle, and fate rewarded them with happily ever after.
On an annual vacation in Singapore, the couple rode the Singapore Flyer, which afforded them with a breathtaking view of the city. As their ride reached the peak, Teody told Kaysie that he had something to give her. He held a box that was bigger than a ring box, so a proposal was the last thing on Kaysie's mind. However, when she found a ring inside the box, Teody finally popped the question--and Kaysie said yes.
Kaysie and Teody had a destination wedding in Tagaytay. To let their wedding reflect their love story, the couple chose the theme EntWine. The couple felt that the word 'entwine' perfectly reflected their connection, plus the word also presented a pun, as it contained the word 'wine.' Back in college, Kaysie and Teody enjoyed going out for drinks with friends, and so the theme highlighted their personalities.
The couple was particular with personalizing their wedding details, and so they took on special projects to make their affair unique. Kaysie, who is a graphic designer, prepared designs for the save-the-date cards, invitations, place cards, and misalettes. She even made a special logo, which was used in the couple's various wedding stationery.
While Kaysie and Teody incorporated personalized details into their celebration, the bride shares that the decorations would have been more elaborate if they hired an events stylist. Kaysie also tells other couples, "Be unique in every way you can. It's always a good idea if you add something new to your wedding."