A Multicultural Wedding with Organic Details by the Cliffside

by Michelle Phang Sep 17, 2018 | 09:00 in Real Weddings 


When Tiffany and Ray were introduced by their mutual friends, they didn't expect their relationship would escalate to marriage. But fate has its own way to bring them together once again. After catching up with each other in Surabaya, Tiffany and Ray started dating. The pair enjoy traveling, so having had the chance to visit so many exciting places during their quality times came naturally. "It only took a few months before I proposed Tiffany in Bali, our favorite holiday destination. I guess that's basically why we planned to hold our wedding there too," reminisced the groom.

Both Tiffany and Ray searched for intimate setting in a rustic garden wedding vision. Thus, gathered their loved ones on the special day suited them perfectly. Being so concerned about going green, the groom also revealed how they only used recycled paper for their invitation card and souvenirs. "Although it's not 100% eco-friendly material, we wanted to help the environment," said Ray.

Their wedding was a multicultural family affair that combined Ray's Chinese traditions and Tiffany's Russian values. Embracing each other's cultures, we saw a peek of their tea ceremony where the bride and the groom got to wear cheongsam attire from Svarna by Ikat Indonesia Didiet Maulana. The designer has been famous for his ikat creations, making him the perfect one to infuse the lovebirds' admiration for the eastern islands of Indonesia into their wedding details.

Scroll back to see their heartfelt wedding as captured by Le Motion and don't forget to add some of your favorite details to the inspiration board.


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