For Karen & Jayson whose journey together began with friendship and love, their wedding day was a long-awaited one.
From all the way back in college, theirs was a long engagement that withstood the test of time.
“Jayson and I started as college friends back in 2005. There was nothing really special during that time until we found ourselves in love with each other two years later . One of the things that we’re proud of is, our relationship was built with friendship. We took our time to get to know each other very well and didn’t rush things. And we believe, this is why our relationship has gotten stronger in the past 8 years.”
We just can’t help but marvel at this Oslob prenup.
When you get the opportunity to do something pretty epic in your life with your loved one, like swim with whale sharks, might as well make sure to document it well. Having it as part of their prenup, Chex & Ed had more than just a well documented epic adventure. What they got was a well-crafted, dramatic and awe-inspiring Oslob prenup memento captured by Oly Ruiz with his team at Metrophoto.
When is the right time to have your renewal of vows? Is it on your 5th, 10th, 25th or 50th year of marriage? Maybe it’s not a matter of how long you’ve been married. Maybe deciding when to have your renewal of vows is much like how a couple would know when it’s time to finally tie the knot.
We love how Marc & Danica decided to celebrate their 10th year together with a renewal of vows. We love it even more that it was beautifully captured and shared with us by Mayad Studios & Threelogy.
Theirs was an intimate yet elegant celebration in Antonio’s Tagaytay. It’s a wonderful testament on how a union can only be better & stronger with God at the center of it. Ten years together and with two kids, it’s heartwarming to watch how Marc & Danica still got teary eyed saying their vows to each other, as if for the first time. Surely, those tears are loaded with a different kind of love, a love that was tested, strengthened and refreshed but all the same, blessed.
Going for that timeless and passionate feel for this prenup session, Arbie and Kim chose a place away from the rapid pace of the city. With nature as their backdrop and no props in sight, the couple was a definite standout, contrasting (in a good way) with their almost rustic background.
Timeless and passionate was what Arbie and Kim were aiming for. And Anawangin, with its raw beauty, was the perfect match for the couple’s strong and intense personalities.
“We chose Anawangin because it’s not the typical prenup location and we love the ambiance, the nature, the rock formation, and the lake. You can find it all there. We both love the beach and wanted something different, unusual, and of course, a theme that suits our personality.”
Sometimes, you don’t really need much to get romantic, elegant photos for your engagement session. Take for instance, Aldo & Ann’s prenup session at Angelfields Nature Sanctuary.
They made use of beautiful things that were available to them. When you think about it, sometimes most of what you need, you have already. Even in having your prenup session. For us, Angelfields is a discovery. Despite being around for quite a while, we haven’t encountered this place yet in our other prenup stories. We’re finding it to be a lovely place with so much areas to have iconic shots for your prenup photo keepsake. Fortunately for Aldo & Ann they found this sanctuary as a venue for their wedding reception which also served as a perfect backdrop for their romantic, elegant prenup.
Home is where the heart is. To Janjo & Mec, being in Zambawood for their rustic romantic prenup made them feel so at home.
“We chose that venue because it’s very close to home. And we felt that we wanted to show that in our prenup.”
One can see from these images that Janjo & Mec don’t only feel at home in Zambawood, but moreso with each other. It’s as if this couple camped out at a remote location, disconnecting from the hustle & bustle of work, so that they could focus on connecting more with each other.