A Dreamy Seaside Wedding with Shades of Blue in Bali

by Michelle Phang [[ 1507341600000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 

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When hearing about a destination wedding held in Bali, one might imagine a celebration that's grand and full of impressive details. However so, today's couple successfully captivated us with an understated beauty of their Bali wedding.

The heartfelt moments started early as Jessica prepared for the ceremonial procession with her relatives and bridesmaids. A long-sleeved mermaid wedding dress with off-shoulder neckline was the bride's choice while the bridesmaids were seen in mismatched dresses in dusty blue color. To match his bride's elegance, Andrew picked an all-gray suit and tie for that special day. Accompanying the groom in matching blue bowties were the groomsmen, who adorably donned white shirts, black suspenders, and single rose boutonnieres.

While the couple was busy getting ready, the ceremony site was already set for their arrival. White petals were scattered beautifully along the aisle and beneath the white floral arch were a mirror altar and an island for their seats. The ceremony soon got emotional as the couple started to exchange their wedding vows. Andrew even shed a tear and Iluminen got a really beautiful shot of that moment too!

After a sacred ceremony, the reception took a different turn. Embracing a laid-back vibe, Jessica and Andrew wanted their guests to have an enjoyable and intimate wedding experience. Thus, round tables were set for dinner reception so that their loved ones could mingle easily. Under the fairy lights, the pair also played the popular shoe game that gave the guests a chance to laugh along. The night became more intimate as their close friends started giving speeches, and to end the magical night was a spectacular fireworks show.

Will this kind of Bali wedding suit your liking? Share us your thoughts on the comment box below!


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