A Tropical Wedding with Shades of Pink and Green in Bali

by Natasza Kurniawan [[ 1503799200000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in REAL WEDDINGS 

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Min and Kee Eun first met at a friend's birthday party on the very same day they graduated from college. "We saw each other at school before but we never really hung out until then," said the beautiful bride. The two finally decided to date and four years later, a proposal came to her at the most unexpected way. "Min told me that we have to see his friend who is visiting New York from Korea. So I went to the hotel his friend was staying at and there he was, with my dog, a bouquet, and everything," She reminisced. After that sweet proposal, here we are witnessing the happiest day of their life from photos taken by Diktatphotography.

After the proposal, the couple started their wedding planning right away. "I usually dislike pink but I fell in love with king protea flower and worked around it," said Kee Eun who chose pink and green as the main colors for their tropical wedding. The couple managed to plan the whole wedding for a little over a year and was totally happy with all the helpful vendors they worked with. "Cosa Design team was very helpful and did a wonderful job in creating my dream wedding into life," Kee Eun said. The bride also mentioned how she was impressed by Kadek's work of Diktatphotography, "He really listened to us and made sure we felt comfortable during the shoot. Ever since I started planned for this wedding, I really wanted Diktatphotography to be our wedding photographer. So, I emailed them right away after I got my wedding date fixed," she recalled.

Having always wanted a wedding that is more like a big gathering for all their guests, everything that they had hoped for was turned into reality as we see how enjoyable the celebration was. "As my guests came from New York and Seoul, I wanted to make sure they have a great experience and enjoy Bali. Well, they did!" she said.


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