Since Sarah Lahbati and Richard Gutierrez made waves online with their epic underwater engagement shoot, we knew that we could expect more mind-blowing wedding stints from the celebrity couple in the future. Well, Sarah's fabulous bachelorette party was a good follow-up to that, but we didn't expect this.

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Earlier today, they dropped their official prenup video, and it features surreal underwater scenes where Sarah and Richard slowly make their way towards each other and end with a kiss. They eventually emerge from deep blue sea and the video transitions into kilig-inducing, sweet moments between the two. "We never had to force love. We were drowning in it the moment we met," Sarah captioned her post.

Check out the video below:

The prenup photos and accompanying video were shot in El Nido, Palawan by photographer Pat Dy and videographer Bob Nicolas.

So overwhelming was the public's response to the initial set of prenup photos that Pat Dy posted a photo yesterday detailing how the couple got the shot. Apparently, he personally demonstrated how they should pose! "I will tell you guys my secret. I practiced and showed them how to pose for the cam," he shares in the caption.

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In the video, Sarah sports the same clothes she wore in the prenup photos, such as the printed Boom Sason swimsuit paired with gold hoop earrings. But the final scene shows an outfit that wasn't featured in the previous photos: a white backless dress perfect for a relaxed beach wedding. We wonder if this outfit will make an appearance in future occasions! Stay tuned for more updates. 

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