Young, beautiful, talented, brilliant, at times quirky, but definitely madly in love.

Saab marries her dream, and Jim calls their wedding day and beyond their masterpiece.

Whatever they call it, their families and friends were witness to their inspiring collaboration, turning a string of bright, deep, powerful notes into a lifetime song.

Photography: J Lucas Reyes | Wedding Ceremony Venue: St. Ignatius Chapel PMA Baguio | Wedding Reception Venue: Baguio Country Club | Makeup: Jigs Mayuga | Hair: Jaime Sy | Bridal Gown: Sassa Jimenez | Bride’s shoes: Yves Saint Laurent | Bride’s Entourage Dresses: Eric Delos Santos | Groom’s Suit: Ziggy Savella | DIY Boutonnieres: Saab Magalona & Kristia Bulan | Invitations – Art Direction: Saab Magalona / Artwork: Rob Cham / Printing: Ever Engraving | Wedding Coordination, Flowers: Thirtyone Events | Reception Styling – Art Direction: Saab Magalona / Execution: Thirtyone Events | Souvenirs: CD Art and Packaging – Saab Magalona, Producer – Ernest Agila, Vocals – Saab and Jim Bacarro, Miracle Elixir Label – CJ de Silva | Videography: Notion in Motion | Live Performances by The Magalona Boys, Cheats, The Reo Brothers, The Diegos













































































It’s an honor, not to mention a challenge, to shoot a fellow wedding photographer’s wedding. Despite being Hong Kong locals, Jon and Merryl chose Boracay as the picture perfect backdrop for their beautiful wedding, riddled with inspiring details and bathed with tons of God-given golden sunlight.

Easily one of my most memorable shoots in my favourite island in the world, perhaps in a way like you’ve never seen before.

Wedding Venue: Shangri-la Boracay Resort and Spa | Wedding Coordination: Amanda Tirol of Boracay Weddings | Bridal bouquet and entourage flowers: Spruce Floral Designs | Ribbons: Frou Frou Chic | Calligraphy: The Fozzy Book | Letterpressed Invitations: Printsonalities | Bride’s shoes: Badgley Mishka | Groom’s suit: Furama | Makeup: Pong Niu | Hair: Roger Calalas | Special thanks to Janna Mendoza Simpao and Bride and Breakfast