Kevin & Leslie | The Farm at San Benito Prenup

Filed in Prenups  /  April 18, 2022

If you are looking for a peaceful and beautiful place to have your engagement shoot, The Farm at San Benito is the perfect place to be. Nestled in Lipa, Batangas, this wellness retreat provides sanctuary for people who want to get away from the city’s hustle and bustle. 

As a photographer, I must say that it’s very important to find the perfect location for the prenup shoot. Kevin and Leslie found one and they definitely enjoyed their experience and created wonderful memories together.

Here are the reasons why this prenup session rocks:

  1. Less crowd to compete with. The Farm at San Benito is a big draw for couples like Kevin and Leslie who are looking for a venue that will surely give the serenity at its finest! On a side note, this holds true for photos as well. Depending on whether you’re more introverted or extroverted, avoiding crowds is a bonus no matter your personality type. 
  2. Natural and gorgeous landscape. If you look closely at the photos, you’ll notice how breathtakingly beautiful the setting looks. Everything just blends seamlessly together — the colors, the trees, and the lake in the background. 
  3. So much room for activities. You can just tell by looking at their photos that there weren’t any dull moments while shooting this prenup session! There’s just so much space and they were able to play around – from nature walks to swimming. 
  4. The Love. The first thing you notice when looking at Kevin and Leslie’s photos is how comfortable they are with each other and how much they enjoy being together. Their easy smiles, warm embraces, and genuine laughter make it clear that they have a solid relationship built on mutual respect and affection. This makes their prenup session a feast for the eyes as well as the heart. After all, what is more beautiful than love?

Photo – Ram Marcelo
Shot in Location – The Farm at San Benito

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