Patchi and JV wanted a prenup shoot that would channel their modern vintage wedding theme, and at the same time, reflect their personalities. To achieve this, the couple held their shoot at the Pinto Art Museum in Silangan Gardens, Antipolo, Rizal. The museum's breathtaking grounds and galleries made for perfect backdrops for the couple. With such elements, the couple's shoot took on a cheery and quirky vibe.
To incorporate their personalities into the shoot, the couple laced their shoot with props that meant a lot to their relationship. These included paintings that Patchi did when she and JV got together, and a quirky pair of salt, and pepper shakers, which JV promised to give to the one he's going to spend the rest of his life with. They also brought in some DIY cardboard letters and a copy of Idiot's Guide for Grooms, which added more character to their shoot.
While the perfect venue and quirky props made the shoot fun, it was the couple's trust in their suppliers that allowed them to enjoy and make the most out of their shoot. "We hire our suppliers for a reason, so on the day itself, trust your stylist's and photographer's vision, but [still] allow your personalities to shine through," shares Patchi. "It helped too that everyone present was easygoing and eager to have a good time, so JV and I hardly felt conscious of our poses. At some point it really felt like play!" she fondly adds.