JASON and JEN "BATANES WEDDING" Same day Edit Video

Breathtaking as it is! Batanes is indeed the best wedding destination in the Philippines. Jason and Jen meticulously planned for a solemn and intimate wedding in Basco, Batanes on the 22nd of May with less than 50 guests---families and close friends. It's a gloomy morning, but the whole group were bright and giddily exuberant on what's going to transpire that day. Prepped and dressed up in Fundacion Pacita, an artist's home studio-turned hotel, located atop the hill, overlooking the ocean, it served as a scenic and artsy starter for their wedding day. To give our clips a bit of its cultural taste, we used the hotel's crafts and decors as embellishments to their wedding accessories. The wedding rites were solemnized in Mt. Carmel Chapel, also known as the Tukon Chapel. Its lovely traditional stone design added definition to this most awaited Batanes wedding. Jason, dashing in his neutral colored suit paired with his neatly done hair passionately waited for Jen, who gloriously walked down the aisle, wearing her self-designed dress with a few of its colorful floral accent. The reception followed at the lighthouse, which was styled chic and shabby with bulbs to lighten up the place. Everything is perfect, mingling with the crowd on top of the hill, with an air so fresh and breezy. We were cheering as we welcome Jason and Jen to enter the first time as a couple and do their first dance. But not so long the rain showers poured down and we have to find shelter. There were tents provided downhill. Just in a while it stopped and we continued to party. Until the downpour came again and we have to stop and wait again. This happened I think 3 times. The rain showers might have just delayed the party in between, but it didn't stop us to celebrate!!! It also didn't stop us from playing the Same Day Edit Wedding Video, in our laptop on the top of a chair covered by an umbrella...and everyone's eagerly watching from beginning til the end. Photo: Bryan Venancio of Bryan Venancio Photography Video: Derek Yee Video www.derekyeevideo.com HMUA: Shem Lee of Batanes Sounds & Lights: Doc J of Batanes