Although I’ve never been, I have to imagine Bali is one of the most beautiful places on earth. So when searching for the ultimate place to say “I do,” this lush locale seemed like a natural fit. Colorful, exotic, and infused with a sense of cultural flair, this wedding drew guests from all across the world. Studio Impressions captured all the beauty of Bali plus every last detail of this destination affair. It’s a must-see gallery that you can find right here!
From Studio Impressions… Angie is from New Zealand and Ben is from Wales. They live in Singapore but chose their regular holiday destination, Bali, and favourite Villa for their spectacular wedding. Angie & Ben came up with the concepts and theme for their wedding and worked with their wedding planner M & M Innovative Concepts & vendors to turn their concept into a stunning reality. Angie & Ben personally sourced a lot of the props including the tollix chairs, escort cards, tapes and other decorations. Vision One Bali put all the wiring for Angie and Ben’s lightbulb idea together. Angie runs a furniture business that collaborates with artists to modern classic furniture into useable art, so the design concepts behind this wedding were completely reflective of the Bride and Groom and the things they love. All the details meant something.
Friends and family flew in from all over the world to join them on their special day. Angie’s grandmother couldn’t make it from New Zealand so Angie, keen to include her, took a quiet moment to speak with her just before she walked down the aisle. After the ceremony, guests were treated to a sumptuous feast put together by M & M Innovative Concepts. The food was complimented with cocktails designed specially by the Bride and Groom. It set the scene for a fabulous party that went well into the night.
One of the many highlights was when Ben’s dad, a Welshman, learned and performed the traditional dance of the New Zealand Maori people, the Haka, in celebration of Angie & Ben coming together. When the Bride & Groom took to the dance floor for their first dance, they chose the Calvin Harris song “Feel So Close.” When the song changed tempo confetti canons fired into the air and set the scene for a dance party to remember. Dancing continued all night as one of the top DJs in Bali, DJ Stu Bali, collaborated with an electric violinist to perform a wild medley of some of the top dance hits.
Wedding Photography: Marcus Bell of Studio Impressions | Wedding Decor + Floral Design: Bloomz Bali | Wedding Design: Bride + Groom | Wedding Planning + Catering: M & M Innovative Concepts | Ceremony + Reception Location: Khayangan Estate | Sound + Lighting: (including the Light Bulb Decorations): Vision One Bali African Drums: Hamanah Bali | DJ: Stu Bali | Wedding Dress: Jenny Packham | Shoes: Christian Louboutin