We don’t play favorites in Metrophoto, we treat each and every couple with the same love and respect. But like everything else in this world, it is never as easy as that. Along the course of a wedding experience there tends to be variations that will skew that ideal balance we try to achieve.
Today’s post is one of those favorite weddings that i have been dying to share. It’s not extravagant and it’s not high-profile but it is deeply touching and intensely beautiful. i think it was the splendid combination of the location, the weather, the people and a lot of little things that gave this day such magnificence. It was raining much of the morning but it stopped and avoided what would have been a relocation of the ceremony to a covered hall. The mist gave what is an already breathtaking scene of Tagaytay more character. And to just straightly put it, Rachelle is a gorgeous Metrophoto bride, one of the most gorgeous we’ve had and one of the few I have a bride-crush on. She actually graced The Metrophoto Bride’s “drop-dead gorgeous’ ad. Add in Lee, the tall and handsome groom, to that mix and you got a wedding photographers dream about shooting.
I think that it’s noteworthy also that Lee, having just met him on the day of the wedding, was waiting for the signature Metrophoto shot where he had to climb something up. I really didn’t see something early on but because he asked for it, we did one that I thought was too hard to do. It was a case of me being helped and being inspired by own couple to create something different and I just love it.