Happy Adventures || Patrick & Sharon Engagement

Patrick and Sharon are born adventurers. Pat proposed to Sharon in a very special and “outdoor” way. They got engaged at the summit of Mt. Pulag! Patrick asked the crucial question having his friends wear shirts spelling out “Will You Marry Me?”. Pat is actually Ceena’s brother, who is a old high school friend of mine. Who of course referred me to her brother (Thank you Ceena!). Now back to the couple, apart from being adventurers, they are also very stylish! Sharon really had this very elegant and detailed gown . Patrick on the other hand had this sleek, “metro-ish” suit. Mark your calendars for 2013, as these adventurers officially tie the knot! Congratulations Patrick & Sharon! 🙂

The Traditional Walk Backwards 🙂

We went to Ayala Triangle Gardens, thank God I got the permit just in the nick of time! 🙂

My Favorite shot of the Day! 🙂

My Other favorite Shot of the Day! 🙂


Venue: Gloria Maris Green Hills, Ayala Triangle Gardens

Photography: Ed New + Randell Liwanag

Make Up by: Cristephanie Chua-sing

Gown by: Veejay Floresca

Ayala Triangle Permit: Chad Trocio

Equipment: 50d + Macro Lens, Migoy Maldonado, ReallyAwesomeWedding

Some 1st’s:

  • This is my first ever tinghun / tenghun / chinese engagement coverage.
  • The first official “NewLight” Photography Project by Ed New and Randell Liwanag.

About edicarlnew

Photography is not just about the camera and the settings, it's about capturing that "moment". Being a fan of capturing moments, I believe that social gatherings like birthdays, debuts or even weddings are the best times to capture those moments. And it would be my pleasure to capture those moments for you.

Posted on May 16, 2011, in Engagement, Engagement / Pre-Nuptial, Tinghun and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. patrick chua


  2. Hello! Question… do you really need to have a permit to shoot in Ayala Triangle Gardens even if it’s non-commercial purposes? We also need to shoot a pre-nup… Thanks!

    • Yes, they will ask for a proof of permit from you, even if it’s for non-commercial purposes.

      I wouldn’t recommend shooting there right now because Ayala Triangle is undergoing renovation.

  3. Hi!! Would you happen to remember where you obtained the permit? The guards around the garden are not very sure where to direct me. Thanks so much!!!

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