#editoriallog: stargazer

Sharing with you my bare-faced, tired look, saved by a little photo magic by Ryan of Blufish Photography. Despite the haggard look, this was one of the lightest, fun shoots we did because I got to work with a quirky bunch that made us laugh almost the whole day.

Michael Ruiz’s wall of lights was genius to bring out that starry night inspiration we wanted for this wedding theme. I also really loved the gold candles and gold Tiffany chairs. Think you can sport a bride look as bold as this? See more of our Starry Constellations Wedding here.


Blufish Photography | Michael Ruiz | Hanging Gardens

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#editoriallog: tropical colonial chic

This was day 3 of our 3-day editorial run–from Solaire to Hillcreek to Angelfields. We made our way down from Tagaytay and made a stop in Angelfields right along Silang to shoot our third editorial that week.

Angelfields is beautiful. I didn’t expect it to be so big, so peaceful, and surrounded by so much greenery and space. The birds freely fly and land wherever they please, with birdhouses available around to nest them. At a distance you hear the faint sound of dogs barking–the owner being a breeder; and on the other side you see his modern, quaint little home, with sheep walking around it. The swans on the lake make the place so romantic.

Jo Claravall’s setup was so dreamy–one of my favorite setups, actually. The big tropical leaves, the glass, and the leveled candles resembled something very close to how I imagine my own wedding setup to be. See more of this beauty in our Tropical Conial Chic editorial.


NYAPS | Jo Claravall | Angelfields

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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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