Calling out pre-nup candidates! I have a treat for you: A photo-video from Anthony Co beautifully set in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Haven’t been? No worries, scroll down and press play. It reminds me of the provincial and peaceful pace we have back home. I hope you take delight and enjoy this one, have a happy weekend!
Hair & Makeup: Audrey Co-Adora | Styling: Anthony Co
Hello there beautiful friends, I’m back! It has been busy lately with the daily grind but I’m delighted to kickstart the weekend with a wedding feature that’s simple and laid-back, and has all that bright and airy feel we love in wedding photos. Thanks to wedding photographer Paul Espino for sending this our way – we’re able to see a glimpse of his wonderful work. Do check his website for more of his work but in the meantime, scroll down slowly and get in the mood for some inspirational details!
Temperature is rising and summer officially kicks in! What better way to welcome it than with today’s must-see wedding. Set in Chapel on a Hill in Tagaytay, Liam and Cath wed in a beautiful church and had their reception in Hacienda Isabella, a sprawling garden tucked away from the bustling city. Cath was in a beautiful lace design by Rhett Eala and Liam was dapper and all-smiles seeing his bride walk down the aisle. My favourites from this set captured by Cherryblocks were the portraits of the couple and the bright and airy feel of the photographs. To top it off, the bride incorporated a couple of DIYs in the reception, making it truly their own reflective of the couple’s fun and easygoing personalities.
Be sure to take time to scroll down these photos as I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I did! Thanks for stopping by and have a great week ahead!
It’s been awhile since my last post. I had to go to Manila for back-to-back weddings and boy was that fun! It was so good to see family and friends again. Now I’m back and I am so thrilled to be blogging again. Let’s start the weekend right with these beautiful photos once again from Mango Red. The wedding of Pao and Irish was truly filled with radiant cheer and elegance. The dress from Ritchie Ortega-Torres was stunning and seeing the bride walk down the aisle lined with baby’s breath flowers is a personal favourite.
I hope you will enjoy this feature as much as I did!
Advice from the bride:Wedding planning, just like the wedding itself, is an experience to be shared. Taking on the task alone can be quite daunting so don’t hesitate to seek help from your family and friends, and of course, your husband-to-be. Get them involved in activities like oculars and food-tastings – these will prove to be productive.
Videographer: Jason Magbanua | Photographer: Mango Red | Bride’s Dress: Richie Ortega Torres | Church: St. James the Great Parish Alabang| Reception: Sofitel Philippine Plaza | Groom’s Suit: John Sunga | Bridesmaids’ dresses: Cor Sunglao | Hair and Makeup: Aaron Lejarde of The Make-up Studio | Flowers: Florist and Foliage | Giveaways: Vienna Cakes | Coordinator and Stylist: Eventcetera | Invitations: Global Invitations| Missalettes: Beyond Paper | Photo booth: Oh Snap!
A couple of things I like in an engagement shoot are naturalness from the couple and a good location. So here is my first post for an engagement shoot featuring real couple, Carlo and Angie and captured by Aaron Ebio Photography. This was taken in Bonifacio Global City in the Philippines and I have to say this shoot is a breath of fresh air. Indeed the photos are clean and simple yet worthwhile to keep for memories to last a lifetime.