James & Myrtle both came from Bacolod & had an intimate garden wedding at Antonio's Tagaytay. I loved how the pastels exuded the romantic feel of this day. Got a good kickass surprise too with a helicopter in the venue (found by Alex Ruelo). Loved the details and the excitement on this one!Continue Reading →
Marc & Amor had a very heartfelt wedding ceremony on a beach in Batangas. What made this day more special was that a rainbow appeared just as Amor was about to walk down the aisle. It rained after that but it gave one of my favorite shots. God makes things that way, beauty in everything.
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I'd like to remember Crystal as a woman happy & excited on her wedding day. We had a lot of fun during her boudoir bride session and that same smile & giddyness spilled over to her wedding day.
The weather in Fontana was great, the ceremony was heartfelt and it was lovely to have captured Carlo & Crystal's day as God made it to be - beautiful.Continue Reading →
I remember a conversation Hyds & I had in Boracay not so long ago as we were shooting a wedding there of how she wanted her wedding to be. And it didn’t come as a surprise when the day actually came that it had every personality to it as she had described – bohemian, beachy, shabby chic, eclectic. Done in a private estate in Batangas and on the lovely beach of Stilts. Continue Reading →
Getting married in Laguna is a little like getting married in Boracay. You get that resort feel because of all the hot springs, it can get hot & humid, but instead of the beach, you get a lush green forest for your ceremony.
John & Jenn had a beautiful wedding at St. Mark Chapel way up in Mt. Makiling's path to the National Arts Center. Which means, we got a view when we went up to the 'peak' & had some great couple portraits there.Continue Reading →
Cheng is probably the most kickass bride I’ve shot so far. I don’t know how she handles guns, breastfeeding & now being a wife & soldier at the same time. But she does it with so much feminine toughness which I have always admired in her since highschool. Continue Reading →
This wedding rocked PINK. Paul Vincent & Marica are a young couple that got married in Taytay, Rizal & Antipolo. Ever since I met them during our pre-wedding meeting, there was always an air of excitement in them that I found all the way up to their wedding day.
Good job to DIY couples who put a lot of personal touches in their wedding to make it uniquely theirs. This wedding has a lot of details into it, and it gives me a kick to capture them no matter how small. La Huerta Estate is a great place to get married. It has that rustic elegant appeal in the highlands of Antipolo. Continue Reading →
It’s picturesque here at National Arts Center, Los Banos, Laguna. A great place to come back to for anyone who grew up here & got touched by this place. She met Tony in Australia where she’s been living in the past years and the rest is (I don’t care how cliche this sounds) you know it … sweet history.
Adrian & Peachy got married on a cool December day at La Castellana. They are both Singapore-based and I was lucky to sit down with them over a cup of coffee there a few month before their wedding day. Loving the Lord and loving each other is a great combination in any relationship and I am just happy to have captured just that on their wedding day.