A Dreamy Pre-Wedding Shoot of Two Artists on Mount Bromo

by Michelle Phang Jun 13, 2017 | 09:00 in Pre-Weddings 


Before Vanny of VA Makeup Artist met Lucas of Morden for the first time, the pair had no idea that they would find love in the middle of work. "We met during a friend's pre-wedding photo shoot on Tidung Island, where he was the photographer and I was the makeup artist," recalled Vanny. "Somehow, we just clicked. I knew that Lucas was the one for me, and surprisingly he felt the same way," she continued.

Since then, they have become inseparable and worked together to create countless images of everlasting wedding moments. This time, it was their turn to have an engagement album that could represent them in the most natural way. "Themes, concepts, and trends are temporary so we focused on originality and moments that will last forever," explained Vanny.

Thankfully, Lucas's good friend and fellow photographer from Morden, Ricky Mueller was able to bring the couple's dreams to life. "He knew what to do and everything went by so naturally. The entire session felt like a good vacation with good people, with very satisfying photos that showcased so many raw moments between us," she said.

Throughout the session, the two wore four different outfits to suit the ethereal setting. Wearing somewhat casual attires proved to be a wise choice, as they were understated enough to highlight the couple's heartwarming emotions. "All of the elements that day fused perfectly with the backdrop of Mount Bromo. As a result, the photos easily remind us of how joyful we were when the pictures were taken," said Vanny.


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