Endearing Engagements

Timeless Korean-Inspired Studio Engagement Shoot

Chester and Honey – Simple and Classy

Chester Chan and Honeylet Lim spent only two months planning their wedding and for their prenup photoshoot, the couple decided on a simple and timeless concept. Thankfully, it was also easy to execute and well suited to the times. Shooting inside a studio requires less coordination than location shoots, a wise choice for couples with short timelines.

Below, Honeylet talks about their concept, how they shot safely, and tips for planning your engagement shoot:

What was your concept?
I wanted something really simple and classy so I decided to have a Korean-inspired prenup shoot. It was also a bonus that almost all of our photos were shot inside a photo studio. My make up was fresh the whole time.

How did you follow safety protocols?
The studio we rented (Studio Blanc) was really thorough with their safety protocols. Everyone was encouraged to wear masks the whole time. Also, they sanitize the whole studio every after shoot so everyone is safe. Only a limited number of people per shoot were allowed to be inside the studio.

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What are your tips for couples?
You dont need to spend so much! Get a good photographer. We worked with Ron Contreras from Visual Folks. He was so easy to work with and the shoot was so fun.

Get a good make-up artist! If you're Chinese like me, you need someone who knows how to work with chinita eyes.

Get a good night's sleep! It helps to have so much energy as you will be posing the whole day! Lastly, have fun with your fiance! Let loose and smile.

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The Dream Team

Photography by Ron Contreras of Visual Folks | Hair and makeup by Nybie Ng