A Graceful Pre-Wedding Photo Shoot in The Beauty of Japan
Clementine Nathasia Saputan
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One of the greatest perks of having your pre-wedding photo shoot in Japan is how photogenic the country is in every angle. Spring photo shoots promises soft but vivid colors of Japan's national flower, the cherry blossoms. In these frames by Angga Permana Photo, Mia and David are fully immersed in the beauty that Japan has to offer. With bright natural lighting over them, the beauty and grace of their photo shoot album is just unquestionable.
Their first scene was a semi-formal shoot with them posing in a small boat, sailing down a lake with cherry blossoms overhead. Mia and David's attire were casual yet comfortable, adding coziness into the images. As it was spring time, other flowers have also started blossoming in the fields and the lovebirds didn't miss any chance to also use the beautiful sea of yellow as their backdrop.
Their next shoot was at the ultimate Japan pre-wedding destination; the Fushimi Inari Shrine. Its stone foxes and seemingly endless parade of vivid-colored gates leading to various mountainside shrines are the perfect background for a shoot just like Mia and David's. Mia was a Greek goddess in her ethereal backless white dress, wandering around the area with David who was rocking a three-piece bright grey suit. The rich vermilion color also contrasted with the couple's alternative all-black attire which is as elegant, but more casual this time around.
Last, and our favorite, was when the couple decided to showcase their full on wedding look. Her white floral wedding dress was already a gorgeous sight and her long train added that elegant look the whole album was aiming for. The couple looked so relaxed and so in love with each other as they closed their pre-wedding photo shoot around the Japanese garden.
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