Beauty and the Beloved is about passion and restraint, power and gentleness, strength and vulnerability–very much what being in love feels like. We decided to show the elegant beauty of reds and blues, shades we don’t see so often in weddings. Sophisticated silverware and a sweet swing will sweep you off your feet and swoon your heart. So come journey with us on this path of romance, style, and everlasting entwinement.
My Beloved is mine and I am His. – Songs of Solomon 2:16
A little about the team: If you loved our heart-stirring opening video by Cinemaworks we featured yesterday, then you will surely fall in love with this shoot magnificently captured by J Lucas Reyes (total understatement)! It was our first time to see Angelfields and this venue was a dream come true! Of course, Pat Pastelero of Spruce Floral Designs was the genius behind the gorgeous and overwhelmingly elegant garden luxe setting, and those bouquets were screaming understated tastefulness! The invitations and other paper details were handcrafted by The Fozzy Book, and you know how big fans we are of her calligraphy. And my, oh my, I cannot begin raving about the suits by KC Leyco-Memphin–the fit was impeccable and the fabric was beyond amazing. The chic bowties from Rummage complemented them perfectly. The gowns were from local and international designers, Maureen Disini (mauve and lilac lace dress), Pronovias from Mi Sueno Bridal (white wedding gown) and Eric Delos Santos (silver embellished gown)–all of which were divine. Peachy Juban whipped up a classic charming cake which reflected elements from the shoot. While real-life sweethearts Cristina Garcia, who was dolled up by make-up magician Ericka Regino, and Kirk Long, were the most easy people to work with. Now with a bunch like this, we’re not surprised why this editorial has left us speechless.