A Charming Alfresco Wedding with Pastel Shades in Phuket

by ilaire [[ 1483236000000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 


Ivy and David's wedding was meant to be a tribute to the elegance and beauty of Cambridge University, where they first met. At the same time, they wanted a relaxed celebration that could be enjoyed by every guest. To wed the two ideas together, their wedding planner arranged a European vintage-inspired destination wedding in the sunny resort town of Phuket, Thailand.

The couple chose soft, neutral shades to complement their seaside venue. White and blush-colored flowers were present in the bouquet, as well as on the boutonnieres and corsages for the bridal party. Similarly-toned flowers also reappeared all over the ceremony venue, creating an undeniably romantic look. To complement the sky and ocean backdrop, Pantone's 2016 color of the year, Serenity was used on the bridesmaid and groomsmen attires. Everything looked so divine, but there were more wonderful things to come. For the reception, Ivy and David set up a marquee tent on the beachfront lawn that was adorned with fairy lights, candles, and gold-colored elements for an extra luxurious touch.

"The atmosphere was perfectly cozy and elegant. Everyone enjoyed the delicious dinner and wine. They also had fun with the photo booth and left wonderful memories on the guest book," said the planner, Wedding Boutique Phuket. It was definitely a charming party and the photos are here to prove it. Take another look at them and start adding your favorites to the inspiration board!


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  • Videography: yunzhou film
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  • Bridal: Pronovias
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  • Venue: Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa
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  • Wedding Cake: Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa
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  • Wedding Planning:

    Wedding Boutique Phuket

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