Best friends Myla and Lance had their engagement session in scenic Dumaguete. The prenuptial photo shoot featured varying concepts that mirrored the couple's charming personalities.

Myla and Lance got their inspirations from famous movies, photographs, and places. Images from these, according to the couple, evoked nostalgia.

Using a mood board, Myla and Lance presented their thoughts and concepts for the theme to their stylists and set designers. With the help of their suppliers, the couple got the photos they had envisioned.


1. The narrative

The different concepts reflected the couple's love story and life as a couple.

2. Personal finds

By checking out online stores, the bride and groom were able to get quirky, reusable props for the engagement session.

3. Sweet deals

The shoot was held at different scenic spots in Dumaguete. The barn used during the photo session was lent by the couple's wedding coordinator for free.

4. Bride's advice

The bride shares, "For out-of-town shoots, you can't afford to leave important costumes and props. Quadruple check your things before heading out to your destination.


5. All in the details

Old nostalgic places and distressed details gave personality to the images.

6. True love

The couple showcased their quirky personalities through a variety of themes.

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(Photos by Shutterfairy Photography)

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