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In Bali Wedding world, Bali bohemian chic wedding, also known as boho-chic and hippie-chic wedding, has come to mean free-spirited and draws inspiration for hippie culture in Bali and around the world. Bohemian brides and grooms can embrace the theme fully, through everything from their fashion (hello, airy dresses and flower crowns!) to the décor (flowery table decor, succulent, bird feather and antique cutleries ) or subtly, by selecting simple touches here and there. This Bali Bohemian Chic Wedding is a collaboration with the best Bali wedding vendors to inspired

Sunset Beach Wedding Photography at The Menjangan Dynasty Resort. It is a typical cliché, but as every girl knows, her wedding day is the biggest dream of her life since childhood. So when the date has been finally announced, the first thing that they would want to decide is their theme. Getting married does not necessarily have to be at home. Think about getting married abroad with the most unique and distinctive serene sea and sky backdrops by the sandy beaches or think about Barefoot Weddings!

Casper & Kirstine: Elopement Photography at Segara Village Hotel Bali. Usually elopements just have a simple ceremony without an elaborate reception. Elopement weddings can be rather spontaneous, but sometimes are planned well in advance. But in some case, elopements sessions can only consist of portraits with the couple before or afterwards of the ceremony. Casper & Kirstine had been married in their country just before they flew to Bali. They decided to have the following portrait session in the tropical view of Bali.

After unveiling their three-months-long relationship Haidy and Sharon decided to get married last year. They decided to celebrate their most memorable day of their life with a Bali villa wedding. From the very beginning, Haidy and Sharon had their wedding concept in mind, starting from their prewedding shoot in Bali last year, until picking a vendor for their special day.

Simon & Laura’s Bali Elopement Photography at Kupu-Kupu Barong Ubud. Traditional Wedding used to be grand, festive and full of hundreds of guest, today, Elopement have become an intimate alternative to a traditional wedding, where the details matter less than the vows being exchanged. No longer taboo, eloping is an incredibly romantic and wild way for adventurous couples to announce their love in some of the most stunning destinations around the world. BALI! Filled with incredible hotels, full body spa options that will beat the knots right out of your

Richard & Alina’s Bali honeymoon photography, a fun Trash The Dress session at Balangan beach Bali. “Trash the dress”, also known as “fearless bridal” or “rock the frock”, is a style of wedding photography that contrasts elegant clothing with an environment in which it is out of place. Few things represent a wedding better than a bride in a white dress. And after all of the hectic work on wedding preparation, it’s no wonder that many brides opt to preserve their gown after the wedding day.

Sarah & Anthony: Bali Wedding Photography in Ubud. “What greater thing is there for two human souls, than to feel that they are joined for life — to strength each other in all labor, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in all pain, to be with each other in silent unspeakable memories at the moment of the last parting? — George Eliot. Sarah & Anthony held their Destination Bali Wedding at Dara Ayu Villas & Spa, a boutique eco-resort located 40 minutes from Ubud,

Arrayed over lush tropical greenery, Mariah & Dave finally had their Bali Wedding at Kupu-Kupu Barong Ubud, to bring Ubud’s serenity, spirituality and the quintessential Ayung Valley experience. Imagine a timeless place, halfway to heaven, set in a magical forest high above a river born on the slopes of sacred Mt Agung, and named for the exotic butterflies that flit through mist-wreathed valleys and flutter above shimmering rice terraces.

Bali Indian Wedding are traditionally multi-day affairs, and involve many intricate ceremonies, such as the painting of the hands and feet of the bride called a mehndi. Garlands are presented to guests of honor instead of corsages, and lots of flower or rose petals are thrown for good luck. The wedding is typically divided into three parts: pre-wedding, main, and post-wedding. The pre-wedding took place at Sofitel Nusa Dua’s Chapel Area, includes all the preparations and a party the night before where each side of the family can meet each

Indian wedding are traditionally multi-day affairs, and involve many intricate ceremonies, such as the painting of the hands and feet of the bride called a mehndi. Garlands are presented to guests of honor instead of corsages, and lots of flower or rose petals are thrown for good luck. The wedding is typically divided into three parts: pre-wedding, main, and post-wedding. While the main event is mehndi ritual and took place at Sofitel Nusa Dua’s Presidential Suite Villas.

Indian weddings are traditionally multi-day affairs, and involve many intricate ceremonies, such as the painting of the hands and feet of the bride called a mehndi. Garlands are presented to guests of honor instead of corsages, and lots of flower or rose petals are thrown for good luck. The wedding is typically divided into three parts: pre wedding, main, and post wedding. The post-wedding took place at Karma Kandara Private Beach Uluwatu to unwind the guest before their long flight back home. Karma Beach Bali is Karma Kandara’s internationally renowned

Sooner or later we begin to understand that love is more than verses on valentines, and romance in the movies. We begin to know that love is here and now, real and true, the most important thing in our lives. For love is the creator of our favorite memories, and the foundation of our fondest dreams. Love is a promise that is always kept, a fortune that can never be spent, a seed that can flourish in even the most unlikely of places. And this radiance that never fades, this

A Destination Wedding at Khayangan Estate. One of my favourite wedding venue in Bali, Khayangan Estate located on Uluwatu clifftop with astounding view of Indian Ocean, It’s classic Indonesian Joglo style of architecture enhance your wedding with a real Indonesia feeling. Spacious lawn and perfect intensity of sunlight during the wedding ceremony help me a lot to capture the perfect moment beautifully.

With stunning wedding setup at spacious clifftop view of India Ocean, these amazing bride and groom held their Bali wedding photography at The Sanctus villa. In collaboration with Pixeldust Wedding Photography team we we had an opportunity to captures these amazing wedding of Claire & Phi. Planning, Styling & Coordination: Bali Wedding Concierge Venue: The Sanctus Uluwatu Florals: Heliconia Decor: Bali Event Hire & Island Hitched Sound & Lighting: Westside Entertainment: Ipenk Vox & Vagabond

Bali has fast become the ideal destination for holding that perfect day. With the most luxurious accommodation, breathtaking scenery and incredible cliff top estates Bali have amazing choice when it come to picking that dream destination. Set in a tropical landscape amid sprawling lawns and the romance of the sea – Tylea & Stephen held their wedding at The Sanctus Villa, a mesmerising backdrop for a truly fresh and inspiring setting to mark their Bali Wedding Ceremony.

“It is difficult to know at what moment love begins; it is less difficult to know that it has begun.” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Bali Wedding Photography of Andreas & Christy Locations: Sanur Residence Villas & Cathedral Renon Denpasar. Date: November 10th, 20012 Wedding Organizer: Yendra Fashion Designer: Yoyok Prasetyo Videographer: Amank Sandi Photography Assistant: Agus Indra    

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