#editoriallog: dreamy botanical luxe

Another haggard BTS coming your way, as manifested in my weirdly shaped, one-side-swept hair and tired eyes. After this shoot I was left with off-white, muddy Supergas and a cold. The weather this day was unforgiving, with intervals of sunshine and pouring rain, but this beautiful feature on Tricia Gosingtian and RG Gabunada still shined after the storm.

Jacqs Florals did an amazing job with the flowers. I absolutely loved the floral chandelier and the floral wall, which, by the way, is made of artificial flowers. The details, like the invite and napkin holders by Valerie Chua were also standout details in this feature. Even the dresses of Hannah Kong and suits from Signet were on fleek! The perfect combination for a fashionable couple like Tricia and RG.

See more of this editorial here.


Randolf Evan | Jacqs Florals | The Veranda at Bellarosa

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#editoriallog: fleek and fetch

Right after our Solaire shoot, we went straight to Hillcreek Gardens, Tagaytay. It was editorial number 2 of our 3-day editorial shoot. Those are 3 different shoots, with 3 different set of teams. I was so overwhelmed with the amazing people I got to work with for all. It was extremely tiring and the weather was bipolar, but being in beautiful venues with amazing wedding setups and suppliers just makes you forget about that.

This theme is more of the hipster, geometric type. It’s more playful than the usual themes we would do which I liked, with the unconventional suits and dark, sleek looks for our bride. I also super loved the gold geometric details and air plants!

ps. The second photo was just a stolen shot, also by Bryan.

Check out the full editorial here.


Bryan Venancio | Martina Bautista | Hillcreek Gardens

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#editoriallog: rima ostwani’s bridal cover shoot

The first editorial I handled in Bride and Breakfast was Rima Ostwani’s Bridal Cover Shoot.
I was so star-struck by the talented people I was working with, I felt I had to take home a souvenir. I thought to myself, “When will I ever get the chance to have Pat Dy take my photo in a Teddy Manuel setup? This is like a dream wedding!” And my #editoriallog was born.

For every shoot I handled since my first, I made sure to have my photo taken by the wedding photographer assigned to the shoot, in the setup done by the event stylist. Now that I’ve compiled a few and Bride and Breakfast has published some of these editorials, I can finally share them!


Pat Dy | Teddy Manuel |Shangri-La at The Fort

Watch out for the rest of my #editoriallog photos I’ll be posting soon! Just a warning: I may or may not look so fresh depending on the stress level.

Just kidding.

You can find the compilation of my #editoriallog under PROJECTS on the right.