One can’t argue how romantic Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar’s 18th-century Philippine theme can be. It’s a perfect setting to capture the love between a couple in a way that is dramatic yet elegant.
What made this place the chosen backdrop for Bernard & Jane’s engagement session is how it fits their classic wedding theme. They discovered the place thanks to the recommendation of their photographer, Michael Galang of Icebox Imaging. Looking through the photos, you’ll how the couple will have some timeless pieces to cherish forever. I can find a few shots I’m sure they’d love to see hanging in their living room or bedroom wall.
We asked the couple about their experience in this shoot. As with most couples who aren’t used to being in front of the camera, they felt nervous during the first few shots. Again thanks to their photographers’ coaching & assurances, they eventually loosened up and felt comfortable for the rest of their session. Another blessing for them on that day was that despite having scheduled their shoot during the rainy season, they got a beautiful day and didn’t get a single drop of rain!
For other soon-to-weds looking to have their own engagement session, here are their tips:
Do your research in finding the right suppliers for you
Find a photographer that fits your style & taste. Look for a makeup artist you are comfortable to work with. Look for a stylist that is able to out the best in you.
Ensure you are in the best mood and filled with positive aura so you will feel good during the prenup.
If you’ll be going on location out-of-town, be there one day before so that you will not feel exhausted and haggard during your shoot.
Supplier Spotlight: Photography: Icebox Imaging | Styling: Santa Emmanuelle Haute Couture | Make-Up: Malick James Hilado of The Face of Mantra Makeup Artistry