Sarah and Jep's big day celebration was held at The Mango Farm's rustic grounds. The garden affair was laced with cheery details in yellow and aqua.
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Although Sarah and Jep had worked together, their love story didn't progress until Sarah left to work for another company. Sarah shares, "We started hanging out, and eventually, we were exclusively dating. At some point, I rejected him and asked him to stop pursuing me, since I just got out of a two-year relationship. But he was persistent. The courtship period took seven months, and I finally gave him my sweet, 'yes.'"
Jep was set to work in Canada for a year, and before he left, he decided it was time he proposed to Sarah. "One week before his flight, we went on a breakfast date at Breakfast at Antonio's in Tagaytay. While waiting for our food, Jep seemed fidgety and nervous, which led me to ask if he needed to go to the bathroom--then he just knelt down on one knee, and finally proposed to me," relays Sarah.
Sarah and Jep tied the knot in a lovely garden ceremony at The Mango Farm in Antipolo. The wedding featured heartwarming details in bright shades of yellow and aqua. Rustic pieces set a lovely mood at the laid-back affair that had a picnic-inspired theme.
Among the notable details at the couple's wedding were the personalized picnic baskets. which served as souvenirs. According to the couple, their parents helped them prepare and decorate the favors they gave out to their guests.
Sarah and Jep kept the gathering short, simple, and romantic. Sarah narrates, "[The wedding] constituted of brunch, photo-taking with guests, hearing messages from our parents, best man, and maid of honor, and watching the onsite photo slideshow and video."
The bride suggests to other marrying couples to, "Know your non-negotiables. That way, you know where you will invest your money, effort, and time. Lastly, compliment each other throughout the planning process. This is a good practice for married life that is ahead of you."