Pam and Mike tied the knot in an intimate ceremony held at San Agustin Church in Intramuros, Manila. Their friends and family put on elegant outfits in shades of pink, silver, and black to match the motif. For the reception, quaint and vintage-inspired pieces gave a classic flair to the romantic celebration.

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Love Story

Pam and Mike met when they were still attending college at De La Salle University, DasmariƱas. By constantly seeing each other and being part of the same circle, their friendship eventually blossomed into something more romantic.

After 10 years of dating, Mike finally proposed to Pam while they were on an out-of-town trip. "It was just a simple proposal. He asked me to marry him while we were having lunch at Nuvali with his mom and brother," Pam adds.

The couple's simple and laidback personalities set the tone for their timeless wedding.

Wedding Preparations

Pam and Mike had an intimate wedding ceremony at one of the historical churches in Intramuros, Manila. Their family and friends donned elegant outfits in different shades of pink, silver, and black.

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San Agustin Church in Intramuros, Manila was a suitable venue for this couple's grecian-themed wedding. Its quintessential style and architecture provided a lovely backdrop to the classical-inspired celebration.

During the reception, elegant chandeliers, quaint lamps, and vintage-inspired pieces were some of the decor used to beautify the place. Unique classical pieces such as miniature statues and vases were used as table centerpieces.

The elegant occasion was filled with performances from the newlyweds themselves and their entourage. Laughter filled the halls of venue as their friends and family share their wishes to the couple. The bride shares, "Enjoy every moment of your wedding and the planning stages. Cherish these times because a wedding is a once in a lifetime experience."

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