Actress Yam Concepcion just got married to her longtime beau, Miguel Cuunjieng

The couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony held on a yacht in Manhattan, New York.

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Events host Tim Yap, who was among the few guests, shared snaps of the special day on his Instagram stories. 

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Check out the little details you'll love from Yam's heartwarming nuptial: 

Instead of holding a bouquet, the bride carried her pet dog, Tiny, as she walked down the aisle! 

The bride looked simply gorgeous in a white puff sleeve dress, which she paired with a straw hat: 

 

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Delivering her wedding vows, Yam said: "I will always believe that it wasn't only fate that brought us together. It was our constant effort of making time for each other, whether it be video calls, leaving voice messages or extra long texts."

Yam and her partner—who's based in New York—have been in a long-distance relationship for six years. 

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On June 23, the actress surprised fans when she announced that she had been engaged since 2018.

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According to Yam, she kept the engagement a secret because she had several projects lined up. "At that time, I was taping for Halik," she shared in one of her vlogs. "I was just in career mode and of course, having a supportive partner like Miguel, he made it easy for me." 

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Congratulations, Yam and Miguel! 

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