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Romantic and Colorful Bali Wedding

At the hands of Flying Bride, this colorful affair is complete with shades of blue and honeycomb. Complemented by the blossoming botanical arrangements, azulejos tiles transformed the palette through customized cushions, table runners, and even the wedding cake! Angga Permana captured every detail and it’s all waiting for you here!

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From Flying Bride… Tintin is passionate about healthy living and eating. Together with Paul, they founded Cocofrio, a certified organic coconut milk ice cream. The range of flavour Cocofrio offers and its colorful packaging inspired me to use these colors as their wedding color palette. Hence blue, tan, brown, shades of mango and golden honeycomb were chosen as their wedding color palette.

In terms of decoration, since Paul’s favorite season is the Spring where there are blossoming flowers, green leaves, sunshine, and bright days, we combined various beautiful flowers and leaves arranged in a botanical arrangement. We also used glamorous candelabras, light bulbs and fairy lights to represent sunshine to brighten their wedding day.

The final touch we included into the wedding was Azulejos tiles (Portugal tiles), which Tintin loves. Transformed to the color palette of the wedding, its interesting pattern was shown in all the stationeries of the wedding including their customized cushions, table runners, and even on the wedding cake!

Photography: Angga Permana | Stationery: Papeterie | Reception Venue: Tirtha Luhur, Bali | Catering: Bali Catering Company | Decoration: Ai Luo Si | Event Design & Planning: Flying Bride

Romantic Blush Bali Wedding

Not only is this wedding chockfull of heartfelt details, but it was also planned in four months (you read right!). With the help of Cherange, this pair planned their destination fête and kept every detail personal. Surrounded by bespoke Florette blooms, Bali Event Hire rustic tables, and Trafficblues acoustics, Imaj Gallery captured what was obviously the best vacation ever. See more here!

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From Imaj GalleryI am delighted to share this beautiful wedding of L & K. I am very happy being a part of this wedding.

From the beautiful Bride…We spent the week leading up to our wedding with our friends and family in magical Bali, one of our fave places in the world! We then had our bridal party stay with us at the Villa for the wedding. It was so lovely waking up together, having a delicious breakfast and relaxing by the pool before the wedding preparations began. Our day was just magical! We were so grateful to all our family and friends who travelled to Bali to celebrate with us and so touched by the all the love we received from everyone. Looking back on the photos now you can literally see the love that was in the air.

I had my mum walk me down the aisle to the acoustic version of Eric Clapton’s ‘Wonderful Tonight’. It was a beautiful, intimate moment we shared just before we walked out and one I will treasure forever. Walking down the aisle and seeing Calvin was just amazing. We both had butterflies!

We really enjoyed having our professional photos taken which literally just involved us having fun whilst being photographed! Our photographer, Imaj did an incredible job of capturing genuine raw images and we are so over the moon that we chose them.

Some wonderful speeches were said at our wedding. Calvin and I both said a speech and it was something I am so glad I did. It felt so good to acknowledge the people in my life who mean so much to me.

We loved our first dance to one of our favorite Van Morrison songs ‘Days like This’. We didn’t have much time to practice and we thought we might be nervous but in the end we just let it all go and really enjoyed the moment for what is was, our first dance together as husband and wife! It was so much fun and one of the highlights of our day.

Our florist, Florette really helped create a a lovely romantic feel for our reception through our gorgeous table arrangements. On top of lace table runners that we had made we had a mixture of roses, hydrangeas and baby’s breath in different sized vases and bottles with some placed on wooden logs. We adored the absolutely gorgeous ceremonial arch, bouquets and bespoke table arrangements. In fact I couldn’t help but shed a tear when I saw them! It really was everything I had envisioned. I felt like I was lost in the best dream of my life!

Something that was really important to us was for our wedding day to be a true reflection of us and we definitely feel as though who we are was embodied in so many facets on the day.

I didn’t have a great deal of time to look for a dress given our 4 month wedding timeframe. The dress I chose was the first one I tried on. loved the gorgeous intricate lace pattern and the sweet jacket. It was perfect for Bali’s balmy weather, whilst still being classic and elegant. My bridesmaids dresses were picked to suit each of them and ordered online. Calvin and his groomsmen’s attire was from Marcs.

We didn’t have time to travel to Bali to check out potential venues, however after considerable research we chose the very rustic and gorgeous Villa Istana Semer in Umulas, just north of Seminyak. We were so incredibly fortunate to have chosen this Villa as it proved to be a truly stunning estate full of character and charm. After locking in our venue we only had four months to plan our wedding so we were quite busy and it wasn’t always easy, however we worked closely with our Wedding Planner Karen from Cher Ange Weddings who was fantastic. We really couldn’t have done it without her, she helped pull everything together on the day so we could just relax and enjoy it!

Photography: Imaj Gallery | Wedding Planner: Cherange | Florist: Florette | Wedding Shoes: Country Road | Caterer: Dijon | Groom's Attire: Marcs | Band Accoustic: Trafficblues | Villa: Istana Semer | Wedding Furniture: Bali Event Hire | Wedding Invitation: Vistaprint

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Colorful Cultural Bali Wedding

I’ve never met a Bali wedding I didn’t love, but this cultural beauty takes that love to a whole new level. Think soft minty blue mixed with the prettiest of blush pinks with dreamy design elements brought to life by Flying Bride . Grab a front row seat to the day captured by Erika Gerdemark right this way.

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Fall
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From Flying BrideIndah is an Indonesian Chinese, whereas Robin is an American with Filipino root. Since the very first meeting, I knew that their different heritage and background would make their wedding very unique, rich with traditions that if embraced together tastefully would make one great, meaningful and unforgettable wedding.

With that in mind, I designed their wedding to combine various cultures such as Peranakan style Chinese Tea Ceremony, and a reception dinner that was infused with cultural items such as batik patterns (Indonesia), and Capiz (Philippines) in the decoration. However, instead of the usual traditional wedding that is very colorful with various bold color, Indah wants her wedding to be elegant and dreamy. Hence, we gave an interesting twist to the theme by using pastel color such as beige, blush pink, coral, light blue and turquoise to result in a one-of-a-kind wedding so beautiful beyond words.

Rama & Shinta wayang was also chosen as a symbol of their wedding as Indah and Robin went on their first date to watch Wayang show. It did not stop there as Indah has been faithfully keeping Shinta’s wayang, a present from Robin, who keeps Rama’s wayang, in the hope that one day they (and the wayangs) would be together just like the story of Rama & Shinta.

Their wedding day was indeed a very sentimental day for Indah & Robin. A day that Indah claimed to be the best day of her life, so perfect her family and guests gushed about how it was the best wedding they have ever attended.

Wedding Event & Styling: Flying Bride | Photography: Erika Gerdemark | Videography: Balimetro | Wedding Dress: Hian Tjen | Wedding Cake: Creme de la creme | Wedding Decoration: Tea Rose | Wedding Invitation: Pemberley | Wedding Organizer: Bali Dream Wedding | Wedding Venue: Tirtha Bridal

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Romantic Bali Wedding Film by Lula Wedding Films

As someone who could (and gladly would) watch wedding videos all day long, one shot in Bali is pretty much the cream of the crop. Lula Wedding Films captured the insane beauty of the island, where Wedding Acts created an absolutely elegant celebration for one adorable couple. From start to finish, this is one fine film and I’ll be pouring over it more than once to soak up every single beautiful moment.

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Summer
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Villa
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From Benjo Hilario of Lula Wedding Films … They say love, like wine, tastes better through time. Witness this beautiful union of Andrew and Irene in Bali, Indonesia!

Photography: Photo Factory Bali | Videography: Lula Wedding Films | Floral Design: Nefi Decor | Wedding Dress: Oscar De La Renta | Ceremony Venue: Alila Villas Uluwatu | Planning: Wedding Acts

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Romantic Bali Destination Wedding

You probably already guessed from the engagement session prior, but this Bali wedding has got style like you wouldn’t believe. It’s every destination bride’s dreams brought to life and Cher Ange and Gloriosa Flower House are just a few of the talented vendors responsible for the day. The always fabulous Jemma Keech shared her snaps of the day, and let me assure you the gallery doesn’t disappoint. 

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From the Bride… Antoine and I got engaged on Christmas Eve 2012, we knew from the very beginning that we wanted –no, needed – a destination wedding. Ours is one of those classic relationships that blossom out of expatriate life. Antoine is Swiss, I am Chinese-Australian and our life together began in Beijing. We have family and friends scattered the world over. An intimate wedding in Bali held with it all the promise of romance and idyllic island beauty. We were aware of the fact that most of our guests would have to travel, regardless of where we held our wedding – so we hoped the choice of Bali would enable them to enjoy a relaxing holiday, as well as honoring us with their presence.

There were times when we doubted our choice to go with a destination wedding, planned almost entirely by email and Skype. In the year leading up to the wedding, we left China to start a new chapter in Singapore. In the midst of packing and unpacking myriad boxes, hunting for apartments, visiting our cat Daisy in quarantine and starting new jobs in a new city, we seriously wondered whether we were mad to be planning a wedding a thousand miles away from where we were. The task was further complicated by our particular requirements. We were looking for a location in Bali that didn’t look too traditional, nor too modern. We wanted a romantic, enchanted garden aesthetic that was ‘dreamy’, ‘magical’, ‘organic’, ‘vintage elements but not rustic”, “like walking into A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream” – all words we threw at our long-suffering wedding planner, Karen, and florist Herni, that I suspected were less than useful in providing direction.

On our first planning trip – with six months to go until the wedding – we visited eight villas and resorts in two days, and none felt like the one. We flew back to Singapore despondent. We were ready to put down a deposit on our second choice location, when I came across photographs of the Amanusa, shot by the exceptional Jemma Keech (who, in the end, also photographed our wedding). In the time it took me to scroll through half a dozen photographs, I fell in love. It had a kind of restrained grandeur that I just knew would fuse beautifully with the vision I’d conjured in my head for our décor and florals. I got on the phone, our date was miraculously available, I consulted with Karen and we booked it then and there, sight unseen. I’d like to think it was simply meant to be.

With the Amanusa, we really had the most extraordinary foundation to work with. After the garden ceremony, our guests enjoyed champagne and canapés at the elevated bar, overlooking sunset views of the Indian Ocean and the Mount Agung volcano in the distance. Our reception dinner was held under the frangipani trees on the lawn. The evening was lit up with twinkling lights, hundreds of candles and the sparkling stars above. It was our greatest wish that our nearest and dearest could come together and celebrate the happiest day of our lives, and to also leave with magical memories of their own. I think we managed to succeed on that front, as several of our guests and family members have been asking when the next Bali celebration will be! An anniversary soiree, perhaps?

Photography: Jemma Keech | Wedding Planner: Cher Ange | Flowers: Gloriosa Flower House | Stationery: Momental Designs | Shoes: Charlotte Olympia | Groom's Attire: Bespoke And Jack London Dinner Suit | Ceremony & Reception: Aman Resorts - Amanusa | Dresses: Carolina Herrera | Getting Ready Lace Robe: Girl With A Serious Dream | Jewellery: Debra Moreland | Jewellery: Tiffany & Co | Venue & Catering: Aman Resorts - Amanusa

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Bali Beach Engagement Session

I’ve seen a lot of engagement sessions in my wedding blogging days, but this one just might snag my new “favorite” spot. Complete with a drool-worthy gown by Oscar De La Renta and a series of dreamy images from Jemma Keech, I can only imagine what the wedding (coming up NEXT!) will have in store. Take a stroll through the gallery and let the pin frenzy begin.

From Jemma KeechThe day before Haidi & Antoine’s wedding we spent the afternoon wandering the stunning beaches of Uluwatu, Bali. With their wedding being the following day, we wanted to make their engagement shoot as romantic & relaxed as possible.

Photography: Jemma Keech | Dress: Oscar De La Renta | Dress: Alexander McQueen | Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Shoes: Valentino | Venue: Uluwatu Bali Indonesia