Trish and Marlowe made their wedding exude elegance by opting for a sophisticated palette inspired by the colors of a peacock. Magenta, plum, teal, and gold details laced their celebration, making for a timeless affair.
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Trish and Marlowe started dating as college freshmen at University of Santo Tomas. Both took the course Physical Therapy, and eventually pursued careers abroad. Trish and Marlowe found work in Florida, but their varying work locations still made it challenging for them to see each other often. Despite the distance, the couple still communicated frequently.
The couple would travel together when they can, and they planned to take a trip to the Philippines. Their flight left from Las Vegas, and so they spent a night there before flying back home. To enjoy their stay in Las Vegas, Trish and Marlowe had dinner at an Italian restaurant. There, Marlowe asked Trish to accompany him to a private spot overlooking the city--and proposed to her. Trish said yes, and the two came home to the Philippines as an engaged couple.
Trish and Marlowe had a classic wedding filled with elegant details in magenta, plum, teal, and gold. The couple planned their wedding from abroad, and the bride had thought that things would be especially hard for them since they weren't in the country to personally oversee the preparations.
Fortunately, things fell into place, and Trish and Marlowe's wedding turned out to be a stunning affair. The couple incorporated some DIY projects into their wedding details to give their celebration a personal touch. Their friends and families also helped them achieve their dream wedding.
The bride was pleasantly surprised that planning their wedding from abroad wasn't as stressful as she had expected. She tells other couples to get a good coordinator who's willing to translate their vision into reality and work within the given budget. "The most important thing is to have fun, and remember that all the wedding planning craziness will all be worth it once you see your bride or groom, and the happiness from everyone's faces," Trish says.