There’s a reason why traditions are called that—we tend to live by these time-tested rituals. But Alexis and Eula’s out-of-the-box wedding proves that the unfamiliar can be just as comforting.
Wedding myths and traditions: there are a lot of them, especially in this country. Siblings cannot get married in the same year. Guests shouldn’t wear black. The buffet should always be overflowing. But when Alexis and Eula decided to have their out-of-the-box wedding, it wasn’t just to go against the grain. Rather, they thought carefully about all the details that they felt suited their tastes and principles. They wanted to have a wedding that truly gave back and paid forward to the people who mattered to them.
Here’s a lovely Turquoise themed wedding of a couple whose love story was borne out of an office romance.
There’s also a cute back story to their first meeting, which seems to be a prelude to Krystel carrying the keys to Ryan’s heart. At that time, it was an ID badge that helped Ryan have access to get around their office building.
“It all started in year 2010. We were both new to the company, I started January of 2010, while Ryan started May of the same year. We were both IT engineers, Desktop Support Engineer back then, and part of our daily task was to handle end user requests, like software installation, computer login issue, etc. I was assigned to accompany him since his ID badge was not yet activated and he needs to transfer to a different floor. As I needed to do my daily tasks and perform floor to floor support, I had to leave Ryan first since he also has a different task assigned by our team lead, which was located at 6th floor. By lunch time, I was still occupied by the end users’ requests and totally forgot about Ryan being left alone at 6th floor (haha!). Our team lead already called him at his mobile phone however, he cannot leave 6th floor since I haven’t returned to fetch him. Then our team lead finally called me, reminded me that I should fetch Ryan. That’s the time that I remembered that I left him there. When we went back to our workstation, we are all laughing about what happened.”