Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Celestine Dominique | Belly to Baby Sessions { General Santos City }

This is not the beginning of a new chapter in my life; this is the beginning of a new book! That first book is already closed, ended, and tossed into the seas; this new book is newly opened, has just begun! Look, it is the first page! And it is a beautiful one! ―C. JoyBell C.

Beginnings are meaningful and so are beautiful blooms. Known as the language of love in Victorian Era, flowers are also symbolic of rebirth, beauty and femininity. 

We are sharing a bunch of beautiful blooms from Hannah's outdoor maternity session and her daughter's newborn Session. It was such a fulfilling experience as we learned their stories as first time parents and how they warmly welcomed their absolute joy. 

My love, we have come to realize that we're not anymore the same Dom and Hannah we used to be. Since that day we were told that we will be having you... our lives changed. 

You became a huge part of our life little one. And we are just thankful, because you definitely are God's answer to our earnest prayers. You are our miracle.

I know it wouldn't be easy to have an addition to our already huge family, but just the thought of having you gives us great joy... what more would it be if you're already here smiling at us. 

We look forward to raising you into the lady with whom God would be pleased. 

We love you and we're excited to have you our little one, our princess; "Celestine Dominique".

Papa Dom and Mama Hannah ❤

The best part about the maternity shoot was the shoot itself. Haha! Everything was at its best during the maternity shoot. First, I have got a multi talented and superbly awesome Make Up artist in the person of Pong Divah, and our sassy hair stylist Brenda.

I am as well grateful for Ate Vina for sharing her expertise with us. Together with Van, they made everything so easy for me and my hubby. It's all we've hoped and asked for. Thanks to the WalkingEyes!

Text by Hannah Manco Villaflor-Lagare, Styling by Vna Routel of Love and Metaphor, Photo by Van Almeria of The Walking Eyes, Nikon D610, 35mm Art 1.4 Sigma


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