A Traditional Pre-Wedding Shoot in Bukittinggi and Sumba

by Bridestory [[ 1478480400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Pre-Weddings 

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Sheila and Keo's pre-wedding photo shoot took place after a sweet wedding proposal in San Francisco. "It was the city where we first started dating. He popped the question on a sailboat in San Francisco Bay, while we were sailing under the Golden Gate Bridge," Sheila reminisced.

Sheila and Keo wanted a traditional-casual theme with an artistic touch as it suited their wedding theme. At first, it was quite a challenge for them to find the perfect photographer. "Keo and I are not really keen on having our pictures taken, so we worked really hard to find a photographer who understood our taste and personality. That's when we found Davy Linggar and quickly fell in love with his creativity and works," Sheila said.

At first, Sheila and Keo wanted to travel to four different locations for the shoot. When four places seemed too overwhelming, they finally decided to go to only two locations that could photographically represent all four. "The first city was Bukittinggi. It was so beautiful, especially with the traditional houses, rumah gadang, and the rice fields that surrounded them. The second place was Sumba. The beauty of that place exceeded our expectations, especially the green fields and yellow hills," said Sheila.

The photo shoot turned out to be a wonderful experience for both Sheila and Keo. "The photo shoot was relaxing and super fun. It was as if we were going on a holiday, but with a photographer who took pictures of us along the way. As for the results, Keo and I were very satisfied with them. They're all extraordinary and one of a kind!" shared Sheila.

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CREDIT TO VENDORS:

  • Photography:

    Davy Linggar Photography

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  • Dress & Attire: Sejauh Mata Memandang
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  • Others (Unique Services): Stylist: Chitra Subyakto

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