Baguio City has been one of our favorites since the wedding of Candy & Ryan. Chill, it’s a little place to run away and think of no other than relaxation and vacation. As you know if you often check wedding blogs, this is quite a different story because I am posting the post wedding first – out of excitement for its distinctiveness and sophistication, this is the part one of their blogs.
Let me take you back to where I’ve met Venna & Miggy. This again is a story connected on how I started everything. College days, roughly three years ago Venna was the higher batch of schoolmates I had. I was purely into school journalism, but I always shared with my friends my dream of building my own brand in the wedding photography industry. Fast forward to now, I am featuring their unique love story.
I can say that Miggy, is one of a kind, too. One of the most humble grooms I’ve ever met. I believe that it’s a great element in our branding that we are all young in the team that leads to more versatility in our projects. From place to place, we conquer each opportunity as a step closer to what we dream of becoming in the next years to come. Vienna & Miggy, has been very harmonized in our destination shoot, completely natural in ways I cannot even explain.
Going to Baguio is not smooth as it is; it’s quite memorable because it’s my first long drive! Every time I drive and take a journey with our car, it reminds me of the hard past I’ve conquered. It reminds me to be more thankful; that every couple that believes in what we do with the brand gives us a step closer to having a better life, too!
Life changes so fast. So fast that sometimes we forget to take a deep breathe and just take our time in savoring the chances life gives us. Savor the moment.
I applaud Venna & Miggy for the courage to embrace our sophisticated brand. The project was completely challenging and rebellious in a way – we didn’t have any pre wedding to practice, it’s an instant trip to Baguio. It’s the thought, I believe in, everyone is born out to be sophisticated.
I want the Project JDG to be a brand full of beautiful wedding stories to share, I try crack my head and write a little of my heart, but more than anything else – let these photos explain what they need to: