A Whimsical Flower-Filled Celebration

by Michelle Phang [[ 1519437600000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 

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"This was one of the most memorable weddings we have ever covered. The ambience was so beautiful and full of raw emotions. It was obvious that Ingrid and Noel as well as their families had been anxiously waiting for this very special day," said Reynard Karman of Reynard Karman Photography. "We knew from the moment we saw Noel shed his tears when he saw his bride for the first time," he added.

With flower-galore-ambience dominating the church's aesthetic, the pair exchanged their vows at the wedding altar. Soon, their once-in-a-lifetime moment became so much more intense as the pair sincerely paid respect to their parents. "It warmed our hearts too see how everyone in the room had difficulty in holding back the happy tears," said Reynard Karman. The ceremony felt even more complete when Noel's brother contributed a song to sing at their holy matrimony.

Out of all the flowers she could've picked, Ingrid decided to carry an all-white peony bouquet which embodied romance and a happy marriage. The ballroom of Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta was also decorated in a like setting. Royal Design Indonesia once again successfully implemented the pair's vision by adorning the entire space with colorful flowers, twinkling light works, hanging garlands, and elegant chandeliers. "The reception was a full house, attended by their close friends and relatives. We can see how much this new family was blessed with such wonderful people in their lives," the photographer said.

Are you looking for a celebration decorated in such enchantment too? Let us know in the comments section below and don't forget to add inspirational photos you find to the inspiration board!


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