It’s weekend already and before you attend to your household chores or go camping and picnicking, here’s a new wedding feature for you to see.

We give to you today the scenes in the union of Mark and Giselle. Celebrated in the white fine sand of Shangri-La Mactan Resort and Spa, this modern Filipino-themed wedding sailed through smoothly. It is foolproof, we dare say. Marlon Capuyan neither wasted time nor film in capturing every moment and detail, however little it were. Dirty ice cream, ihaw-ihaw, and other Filipino stuff would remind you of the rich culture of the Philippines, and at the same time, it would make you drool over.

Hopefully we could see more of this kind of Filipino-themed weddings and see how it could be tweaked and modernized.

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Photographer: Marlon Capuyan Photography / Venue: Shangri-La Mactan Resort and Spa / Gown: Lord Maturan / Videographer: Glen Ducante Films / Flowers and Reception Styling: First of April


In The City

Yesterday, we featured an interesting e-sesh that made you realize that you don’t need to travel far for your shoot. Even every corner of your house will do. You only need to run your imagination and go for it. Today, we give you another interesting backdrop that you might want to check out.

Have you ever known that there is a beach in the metro? Yes, Azure Urban Resort Residences boasts a man-made beach and where Christian and Mae Ann’s engagement shoot was taken. Peter Allarey Photography took care of the overall session and shot good pictures. You may notice that Allarey maximized the location and used it to its potential. Makeup by Jo Chan also definitely did a tremendous work by enhancing the looks of the couple, especially the future bride who looked radiantly beautiful.

Take a look at this shoot and plunge into the beach.

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Photographer: Peter Allarey PhotographyHair and Make Up: Makeup by Jo ChanStyling: Yvonne Camay