Editorial Fest 2014: Elopement Editorial

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:

  1. 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!
  2. 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.

If you’re like us, you’d probably drool over all this prettiness captured by Nelwin Uy (we are still teary-eyed!) and be totally smitten over the video by Ian Cruz Films at the end of this post!

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
Photographer: Nelwin Uy / Videographer: Ian Cruz Films / Venue: Privato Hotel / Set Design and Florist: Bluebarn / Props: Craftsmith / Cake Baker: Lovelots Cakes / Bride’s Dress: Julianne Syjuco / Bride’s Dress: Teena Sabrina Tan / Groom’s Attire: KC Leyco-Mempin / Groom’s Attire: Merger / Groom's Ties and Cufflinks: Tieline / Makeup Artist: Ria Aquino / Hairstylist: Avril Seguin / Invitations Design: Natural Selection Design Co. / Invitations Printing: Kenneth Uy / Rings: Imelda’s Jewelry / Sound System: Sensitivity / LCD Projector: Metrotech / Photography Lights: Avenue Photo (ORION Professional Strobes, Merlin and Quasar Continuous Lighting Products) / Raffle Prizes and Demo Lenses: Lightroom Inc. (BlackRapid and Tamron) / Giveaways: Rummage PH (OTAA) / Female Model: Brenda Monteiro of IM Agency / Male Model: Laurens Tolenaars of PMAP / On-The-Day Coordinator: Joed See Events
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