A few weeks ago, Bride and Breakfast held its first ever Editorial Fest in Privato Hotel. With the promise of shooting three different editorials simultaneously, we wanted to be a bit more creative. Since elopements are becoming more and more popular nowadays, we thought, “Why not shoot one?”
Here are a few reasons why we think it’s pretty cool to have an elopement (wedding) or elopement shoot:
- An elopement is not too expensive but can be very, very pretty. Imagine being able to style your dream wedding, have a smaller and cozier affair, and have a photographer capture it for a fraction of the amount you’ll spend for a big wedding. And if you still wanna celebrate with family and friends, you can host a dessert party afterwards!
- An elopement shoot would mean that the couple will have their photos/video taken in their “intimate wedding” apart from the bigger wedding that we can’t seem to live without. This is a great alternative to an engagement shoot, one you can even show on you grand wedding day.
With that in mind, we knew we needed a superb team (check out our superstar supplier roster at the end of this post) to show how beautiful an elopement can be, as well as bring to life the industrial-rustic-geometric theme we have envisioned. To start off, every decor detail executed by Bluebarn was drop-dead gorgeous. The rest of the talented people behind this shoot also delivered something extraordinary and awe-inspiring. After you see this, you might just have to take us up on that suggestion to elope.
Detailed Attire Credits:
- Cream crop top with cream tulle ballgown skirt: Teena Sabrina Tan
- Light grey embellished gown: Julianne Syjuco
- Gray top with back cutout and mocha draped skirt: Julianne Syjuco
- Cream crop top: Teena Sabrina Tan / Mocha draped skirt: Julianne Syjuco
- Gray top with back cutout and navy blue skirt: Julianne Syjuco
- Light blue suit and dark blue dress shirt: KC Leyco-Mempin
- Gray suit and white dress shirt: Merger
- Ties and cufflinks: Tieline