If you want a little bit of everything in terms of scenery for your own prenup session, you might want to consider a Zambawood prenup, which is what Pierre & Sally had for theirs.
“We chose the venue since we wanted to have a venue that had different elements to it. Zambawood is pretty expansive, so we had all the room in the world to play around and be ourselves in. Although quite far from Manila, we’ve seen so many beautiful prenup photos taken in Zambawood and that helped us decide.”
And play around they did. The forest, a garden, the beach — it seems like this couple was able to maximize the use of Zambawood. Not only did they make the most of the expanse of the venue, but made good use of time as well, stretching their shoot into the evening so that they can have romantic photos with sparklers in hand and by a crackling bonfire.
Understandably, it was an exhausting day for Pierre & Sally to do the shoot for their prenup session. But definitely, they had fun.
“Carlo and Project Mayo 7 were very enjoyable to work with, and we felt at ease with them directing us.”
So, what are their tips for other soon-to-weds who want to have their own memorable set of pre-wedding photos?
1) Sleep early the day before.
You have a long day of shooting afterward, so it always helps to be at your best! Plus, it shows in the photos if you’re puyat too!
2) Trust your photographers.
A prenup is usually a once in a lifetime thing … let them do their magic.
3) Prepare for the concept that you want.
Your venue, concept, and clothing also play a big role in making your shoot less typical and more unique. Research on pegs, look at past shoots in your chosen location and see if your wardrobe fits the venue. Most importantly, you yourself must be comfortable with what you have in mind; otherwise, it would look forced.