Directed by: Garry Valentino
When we're shooting a couple in the biggest day of their lives together, we always keep our eyes and ears open. We're not only trying to listen and to see the things that are going on that day, but also for the very essence of the day. We're trying to see how much the couple love each other, what's so special and valuable about their relationship, and knowing how they actually feel that day. Some of you might have known and read about Mike and his extraordinary proposal to Eyvette in Bali from our earlier post, and in their wedding day we all saw how wonderful the decor was in Mulia Hotel Jakarta, the loud and super fun friends they have, and most importantly how beautiful the bride was in her wedding dress. All those things excite us.
But what excite us most, is when we saw and heard the essence of this day from the bride and groom themselves, how much they love each other. That what really matters to them was that day they were marrying each other. They were marrying their best friend. They were marrying someone that helps and inspires them to be better. They were marrying a person that they can depend on, to help them up when they're weak. They were marrying someone that accepts them as who they are. And that, should be the main essence of every wedding. Because when they wake up the next morning, the wedding party would just be a memory, and they would only have each other.
Congrats to Mike and Eyvette, for having each other.