One year after Nadelyn and Neil's first encounter, they said their "I do's" in Tagaytay with their friends and family as witnesses. The Moroccan-inspired gathering was elegantly decorated with details in plum, teal blue, and orange.
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Two years ago, Nadelyn and Neil met at a coffee shop in Katipunan. Nadelyn relays, "It all started when we were both at Bo's Coffee in Katipunan. I was with my groupmates for a meeting for a film we were producing, and he was studying for the bar exams. On that same afternoon, he accompanied my group mates and I to University of the Philippines to inquire about shoot permits. And in return, we bought him isaw."
Little did Nadelyn know that Neil was smitted by her. "Up to this day, he still tells me how I caught his attention inside the coffee shop. He said he liked my little quirks, like the way I had tied my hair, and how I innocently had asked my friend to teach me how to put makeup on," she says.
Since then, the two have been inseparable. A year later, in that same coffee shop where they first met, Neil proposed.
Pieces in rich tones was a sight to behold at Nadelyn and Neil's special day in Tagaytay. The Moroccan-inspired gathering featured rustic pieces such as vintage-inspired frames, lamps, and a wooden canopy.
According to Nadelyn, she and her groom used of reusable and practical decor for their reception. Also, they wanted every piece to reflect a milestone in their relationship. "The writing on the cake was an excerpt from the first letter my husband wrote to me when I was in Canada for a long vacation. Also, in our table setting, we set aside one plate where our guests can write their answers to the questions we posed," Nadelyn relays.