Just came back from my pre-wedding photoshoot in Taiwan. It was a great experience for me!
I went to the Singapore wedding fair at Suntec City mall with my fiancée on 12 Mar. Bluebay was the first bridal shop we approached as my colleague recommended this one to me. We signed up the package with them after two hour talk with the shop manager Vivi.
After that, their Singapore branch staff (Keika and Beatrice) contacted us for prompt follow-ups and confirmed the actual photoshoot date and venue in Taiwan.
We arrived Taipei one day before the photoshoot day to choose the bridal dresses and men's suits. There are so many dresses available there, and the staff attending us (Ann) is very helpful and professional in recommending dresses, gathering our preference and giving advice accordingly. After we chose the clothes and photo shooting scenes, she communicated to the photographer (Ah De) in advance.
On the actual photo shooting day, we reached Bluebay at 8am. The makeup artist (Baby) was waiting for us. She was quite experienced and professional. Around 10am+, makeup and styling was done and we made our way to the photoshoot site which is Tamsui bridal theme park. Together with the photographer, the lighting assistant (Ah Wei) and makeup artist followed us throughout the whole day. All of them are very professional in doing their jobs and the non-stop laughters and jokes by photographer and lighting assistant made the entire session ease out. We did many indoor and outdoor scenes including cafe, bar, garden, church, beach, etc. with 5 sets of dresses for bride and 3 sets of clothes for groom.
We went to choose the photos 6 days after shooting, and it's the same staff (Ann) attended us. She is very friendly and patient when we chose photos, albums and frames, not pushy at all. Some more, the boss treated us packed lunch (minced pork rice with pork ribs) and it was so yummy!
In general, it was great and unforgettable experience for a pre-wedding photoshoot. I will definitely recommend my couple friends to choose Bluebay.
- Alan Qu