How time really flies! It’s the first Monday of November already and it means Christmas is fast approaching. We’re down to 50 days before the most anticipated holiday of the year. While we are counting down however, we continue to give you a pinch of inspiration everyday, and for this day, we bring to you a union that was shot on land, water, and air.
Ralph Lee told us that they essentially wanted to do the shoot against the three elements to mirror the fun-loving and adventurous personalities of the couple. Benedict and Adrielle happily agreed and next thing we know, we saw them at a hangar and at a wharf, displaying both of their outfits and love for each other. As Ralph stressed out, “This engagement shoot adds to their bucketload of memories and is a prelude of more awesome adventures to come. But more than the stylish outfits and picture-worthy locations, it is the love and affection that emanates from the couple that made the shoot a remarkable one.”
Before we welcome November, why not start our week with an engagement shoot shot in one of the most popular go-to places in the wedding scene today—El Kabayo Stables? This ranch in Subic, Zambales possesses the sombre and mysterious atmosphere which is perfect for those who want any rustic-fused wedding and engagement themes. Today, hence, we get a glimpse of the prenuptial shoot of Alvin and Tin.
What’s really exciting about a farmstead turning into a backdrop for this kind of shoot is the opportunity to work with beautiful creatures such as the horses. You will see in the photos how these stallions marvelously participated. It was a blissful moment! Aside from the couple and the horses, other MVPs are Fiat Lux Productions for the stunning captured moments, and Rheniel Pagdanganan and Ghil Sayo for hair and makeup, respectively.