Aerial shots for Prenup and Wedding has been one of the hottest trends recently. But, not all places are allowed for aerial shots due to security and privacy reasons. And unfortunately, Intramuros is one of them. Since Intramuros is a restricted area for aerial shots, your wedding photographer and videographer needs to submit licenses and legal documents in order to be allowed to do aerial shots of the area.
Below are the requirements to be submitted by your Photographer and Videographer for the aerial shoot permit as per the Urban Development Department of the Intramuros Administration:
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Mel Orlina Couture’s fitting area
So is it time for you to fit your gown? Aside from the “Things to ask your Bridal Gown designer” questions that can be found HERE, these are the things that you must prepare before your fitting and the things that you need to bring with you. These are all based on my personal experience and if I may have forgotten something, it’s also best to ask your bridal gown designer for more info.
Here’s our Step-by-Step Wedding Legal Requirements Process when you want to get married in a Catholic Church for non-civilly married couples. For those who are already civilly married (in your City Hall or through the Philippine Embassy where you are based), you can skip the civil requirements and just focus on your Church documents.
List of all Jeff Galang Brides. Mine’s on the lower left ❤
Weddings are crazy especially when it comes to organizing things and choosing the best possible suppliers in town but still within the budget. Since some couples, like us, prefer to do engagement/prenup shoots, hiring a stylist is a must, more so if you have a specific theme in mind. But the problem comes when you get to see their rates which by then would make you feel that it’s beyond your reach. Unless you would push through with this dream engagement shoot or being handled on your wedding day itself by saving up for tit, because let’s face it — working with the best suppliers in the industry doesn’t really come cheap.
But thankfully though, these moments usually come. Oppotunities that happen only once in a lifetime! And guess what? Our prenup stylist, Jeff Galang, who is considered one of the best in the country with a great portfolio handling celebrity wedding and events has an offer you definitely won’t resist! Check it now now!
And by the way, we’re his 49th couple. #JeffGalangBride
Concepts are everywhere. It’s really difficult to come out with a unique design, but then when you do, and tried to make it “personalized” with how you envisioned your dream event or wedding for that matter, you would feel that all your hard work has paid off. And then comes the realization that even if you have been nice to your supplier and paid them diligently and without fault, the outcome won’t be as perfect as you imagined it to be — even after all the meetings and final detailing that you did to remind them about it. Then, you moved on. Your wedding’s over.
Then one day you’ll see another event that has the “similarities in some of the few styling details from your own wedding” and with what you and your hubby really envisioned a couple of months back. Then the excitement will hit you and be like.. Wow it looks beautiful! Coincidence, maybe?
During our wedding preps, everything was on a tight budget. From our major suppliers until down to the very smallest detail, everything was accounted for. And like any other couple, we, of course wanted everyone to be reminded of our special day but not to the extent of printing save the date cards and sending them out to our guests. They’re good, no offense, but for us it’s pretty much redundant already since we already planned to give out our official formal wedding invites. Plus, the printing and shipping would cost us a few thousand that we felt would be better off with our invites or some other important wedding supplier. Besides, we don’t want to jump on the bandwagon. We wanted to be unique. We wanted to showcase who we are as a couple. So..what better way to present it was through our passion — photography and videography!