Brides The Label & I teamed up for a styled shoot at Picnic, an indoor eatery with a garden feel. I personally love the space and the romantic vibes it exudes, not to mention the floral decors we had from Whimsical Blooms & Sing See Soon. Of course the shoot would not be completed without Brandon from Lens of Mira (Pixioo). Check out the pictures!
I always appreciate Adrian's photography style which is muted, since we first worked together in Hokkaido. Hence I was more than keen to work with him again on a high-street inspired styled shoot. When I saw the model, I knew for sure that she would carry off that run-away-bride vibe! For her styling, I made it more casual with a matte dusty look & beach waves, instead of a typical Korean dewy look. And the result was pleasing! Gown by Frieda Brides.
I always enjoy doing style shoots for a couple of reasons, like getting to know like-minded vendors on the job & exploring my creativity side which I rarely do with real weddings. So when Gina from G Creation Floral approached me to do a shoot for them, I gladly agreed. Something special about this shoot is that the models are real-life couple, and they are none other than Gina & her hubby-to-be who tied the knot end of last year. So naturally the chemistry was already there
One fine morning, I received a message from Angie whom I did makeup for her Icon Ball in 2017. Turned out that her original makeup artist couldn't make it to her pre-wedding shoot in Italy. And off I went to Amalfi Coast with Alwin (from Trouve) & videographer Shiwei (from Arkfilms). I wouldn't say the journey was a smooth-sailing one especially with the jet lag, delay in flight, and consequently using the expired train tickets which got us fined. But I guess it's these littl