Pam and Nicky tied the knot in a romantic ceremony in Manila. Elegant details in coral and gray made the couple's special day an affair to remember.

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Love Story

Pam and Nicky first met at a friend's party. Pam shares, "Nicky was introduced to me by my classmate from law school. They were office mates in the law firm where Nicky used to work before."

Pam and Nicky got closer and went out on dates, until finally, they became a couple.

After a few years, on an out-of-town trip to Batangas, Nicky decided to take their relationship to the next level. "We spent the weekend at Pico de Loro, where he participated in a triathlon event. A day after the event, he proposed to me. It was a simple proposal where he just popped the question before we left for Manila," relayed Julie.

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Wedding Preparations

Pam and Nicky's romantic wedding featured a refreshing coral and gray palette. According to Pam, planning a wedding wasn't as easy as she expected it to be, but with the help of her suppliers, she was able to make her dream wedding a reality.

Personalized details channeled Pam and Nicky's personalities. Some of their projects were the escort cards, table numbers, menu and gift cards, and souvenir packaging.

To make their special day even more memorable, the groom's cousin, Miguel Escueta, sang some of the couple's favorite songs during the reception. 

The couple's whimsical wedding was a success beyond words. Pam shares, "Couples who are planning their wedding should also consider new suppliers in the industry. We had a number of new suppliers who delivered beyond our expectations. Do an exhaustive research on a potential supplier."

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