Details in peaches and cream rendered a bright and airy atmosphere at Paola and Harold's intimate wedding in the city. The couple's gathering was laced with select rustic pieces, such as lanterns, frames, and a sea of candles that complemented the couple's romantic theme.
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To say that Harold swept Paola off her feet is an understatement. Harold proposed to her in Singapore during his family's annual out-of-the-country trip.
The couple went sight-seeing one day, and Harold told Paola that a friend had invited them to dinner. The two rode a tourist ferry to the supposed venue-little did Paola know that Harold had already conspired with the other passengers of the boat.
Paola narrates, " While we were looking at the tourist sights, a love song started to play, and one by one, the tourists on board started giving me bears and roses. It was then that I realized something was going on. Harold knelt and asked me to look at the Merlion. There on the steps of the Merlion were a group of Filipinos holding a big banner with the words, 'Paola, will you marry Harold?' Of course, I said yes in the middle of my surprise and happy tears."
Paola and Harold kept the celebration beautiful and their guests in high spirits through adorable adornments in warm tones. According to the bride, they opted for pieces which best reflected their personalities. They wanted their special day to not just be unique, but to truly reflect them as well.
To make the celebration more romantic, the Manila Philharmonic Orchestra played for the guests, filling the venue with enchanting melodies. The couple also served their guests with local delicacies from Bulacan, which were paired with hot beverages from the Starbucks booth.
Everything fell into place and nothing went amiss at Paola and Harold's glorious gathering. The bride shares, "It helps to have an inspiration board so you know what kind of style and theme you would like for the wedding. Websites like BridalBook.ph, wedding blogs and magazines, and Pinterest are good places to search for ideas."