Ivan and Rachell: The Cutest Couple You’ll Ever See

We are not even kidding when we say that today’s featured couple are the cutest pairing we ever see. Ivan and Rachell are so adorable that we have to share their engagement session. But not taking away anything away, this shoot reminds us of scenes from fairy tales. Rachell looked like every bit of a Disney princess, sporting different colored dresses. From powdered blue long gown to fiery red dress, she looked nothing but magnificent.

Of course, Ivan’s look and personality perfectly matched hers. Buddi Mallari did a great job in styling this shoot—from the fairy tale-like concept to cozy-morning vibe. Impressive, dare we say. But more than any one else, we applaud Myio Okamoto Photography and his team for yet another great outcome. Okamoto is a young, nimble professional who’s slowly making his mark in the Philippine wedding scene. Congratulations to all the team and we can’t wait for the day this couple to finally walk down the aisle. Looking forward to it.

Photographer: Myio Okamoto Photography | Location: Mula De Letecia, Bacolor, Pampanga | Stylist: Buddi Mallari | Make Up:  Ais Alansalon / Glamorais HD Make Up Studio | Hair: Jackie De Millan Artistry | Credits to: Myio Okamoto, Ezra Gomer, Billy – Team Myio Okamoto Photography


Michael and Marga: A Minimalist Prenup Session You Need to See

Most prenup sessions, nowadays, go for larger-than-life concepts. Either held in a restaurant or outdoors where there are tall grasses and trees, themes are becoming more epic and bigger. Hence sometimes it is like a breath of fresh air when you stumble upon a simpler and minimalist shoot like this.

Today, let’s take a look at this photo session by a talented lad, Myio Okamoto. The subject of this studio shoot is the love story of this adorable and fun-loving couple, Michael and Marga. And as mentioned, what we love about this one is its simplicity. This shoot only needs a white wall and dark-colored outfit, and voila, we have an amazing set of photos. Myio Okamoto proves that he does not need an elaborated and complexed set to produce a masterpiece.

Photography: Myio Okamoto Photography | HMUA: Eica Decepida Hipolito