Tots and Enar wished for a simple and intimate wedding. While their event was devoid of frills, the couple made their big day memorable by incorporating unconventional details with a Filipino flavor.

Among the Pinoy elements that laced Tots and Enar's wedding were the banig box that held the couple's arrhae, and their cake topper featuring a figurine of a Filipino couple. Moreover, the couple commissioned a local modern artist to design an extraordinary invitation that reflected their personalities. Family and friends also helped Tots and Enar pull off the event.

Pinoy rock songs kept the guests' energy up during the reception. For their first dance, Tots and Enar swayed to Noel Cabangon's version of APO Hiking Society's Pag-ibig. The song perfectly represented the feel of their wedding: sincere, unconventional, and very Filipino.

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