A Festive Bataknese Wedding in Shades of Red and Gold

by Michelle Phang Nov 24, 2017 | 09:00 in Real Weddings 


Like any Bataknese wedding, golden shades are certain to dominate the concept of Taya and Alvin's marriage. This couple also opted for shades of red to complement every element of their special day, starting with the ulos cloth used in the Mangulosi procession, to its festive decorations without dismissing the distinctive cultural feel.

Taya and Alvin's wedding day begins with akad nikah, during which the couple said their lifelong vows. it was then continued with a Mangulosi procession, in which the two will receive the blessings from respected members of the family. Assisting the bride since early morning, the bridesmaids look elegant wearing rose-colored kebaya. For the flower girls, Taya chose modern champagne gold dresses that made each of the girls look especially sweet.

Naturally, the color choices of their attires looked so harmonious when combined with a luxurious gebyok decoration dominated by white and soft pink flowers during akad nikah. With the help of Gaia Nata's professional decorator team, the reception also looks lively thanks to the flower-filled decoration. The foyer area is decorated with dangling vines and fresh, bright-colored flowers.Guests will also be impressed upon entering the room, with a canopy that's fully adorned by blooming flowers and an elegant chandelier.

The elegance of the reception did not stop there. The bride and groom entered the reception hall, with gold-colored attires and accessories even more festive than before. Finally, their wedding procession was closed with a dance from the couple.

Are you a going to be using the Bataknese culture for your wedding? If so, leave a comment in the column below, and tell us the inspiration of your dream wedding.


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