Geometric prints and bold colors, which are evident in Michie and Toshi's home, inspired the theme and motif of their luxe wedding in Makati. The celebration was laced with sophisticated details that mirrored the couple's distinct taste.
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Michie and Toshi first met in college. "We were in the same organization, RegCom, on our third year in Ateneo de Manila University. Initially we didn't have romantic feelings for each other, but eventually, our relationship blossomed into something romantic as we got to know each other better," shares Michie.
According to Toshi, he already noticed Michie even before their time together in the organization. Luckily, his best friend knew her, and he introduced them to one another. Michie relays, "We started hanging out, but with his best friend at first, and we got to know each other better through him. Eventually, the two of us hung out on our own, and from then on, [our relationship evolved into] something [else]."
Toshi proposed to Michie in Boracay. " It was a surprise. We were already talking about wanting to get married then, but agreed that should he propose, it should come as a surprise to me with the condition that I should look decent, not in home clothes, and with makeup."
Michie was very hands-on in their wedding. With help from their stylist, Robert Blancaflor Group, Inc., Michie and Toshi planned out all the details of their big day using elements found in their home for inspiration.
Geometric prints and bold colors against neutral hues were common elements at the couple's gathering. The entourage's outfits--which came in yellow, green, and nude--all mirrored the colors in the couple's home.