A Serene Yet Adventurous Pre-Wedding Session in Sumba

by Clementine Nathasia Saputan [[ 1515290400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Pre-Weddings 


Livita and Yosep had been a couple for eight years now. Since they are both avid scuba diving fans, they love to travel together, especially to secluded island where sands, salty air, and the cold sea water collide to create nirvana. Naturally, the couple would want an equally extraordinary destination for their pre-wedding trip.

With the breeze of the sea, an exceptional savanna, and outstanding crystal blue lagoons, Sumba remains as one of our favorite pre-wedding photo shoot spots. Livita and Yosep seemed to agree with us, as they teamed up with Atipattra for a shoot on the beautiful island. The couple started their journey from East Sumba, which is famous for its scenic savanna and steep hills. "Lucky us, we had the perfect weather with a slightly cool breeze throughout the shoot, which beautifully complemented the beautiful wilderness," said the photographer from Atipattra.

The team then moved to West Sumba which is famous for its maritime beauty. Mandorak beach, which was surrounded by many steep cliffs, was their primary choice. Still in their best casual look, the couple looked so serene and so in love with each other, clearly just enjoying their time together. "The sunset was beyond spectacular. The sun rays fell on the waters and created such an amazing glow. It was amazing," said the photographer.

What do you think of Yosep and Livita's pre-wedding album? Tell us in the comments section below and don't forget to add your favorite photos to the inspiration board!


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