A White Bohemian Wedding with Greeneries in Mount Pancar

by Andina Kamia Sunaryo [[ 1524103200000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in REAL WEDDINGS 

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There is a story behind Alfred and Mega's venue of choice. As the two love exploring places with no internet connection and simply enjoy each other's presence, their wedding in Mount Pancar truly reflects their personality. With a secluded wedding venue, all-white bohemian theme and some greeneries, their wedding in the middle of the pine forest was truly a sight to hold, the perfect ending of a fairy tale.

Their fairy tale itself started back in October 2012 at a youth camp. If it hadn't been for Mega's mother, who convinced her daughter to join, the two wouldn't have met. Alfred, who was a senior in the organisation at the time, caught her attention and finally won her heart by his ear-to-ear smile. From then on, their relationship blossomed naturally, as their personality seems to complement each other. "Like a Yin and Yang, we fit perfectly through our differences," they said.

It was apparent that what the two wanted for the wedding was a deeply personal experience and connection with all the guests. Aside from choosing a connection-less wedding venue, the couple extended their love by writing personal thank you notes to each of their closest friends and families. Needless to say, everyone was touched with the gesture.

It doesn't stop there, the couple also made sure to enjoy every single bit of the wedding day. "Treasure the day, take a deep breath, capture all the memory with your own eyes. Don't forget to have a short quality time with your spouse. Because after everything, what's left is a great memory that will forever be in your heart," the couple added.

Share your thoughts about their wedding in the comments section below and add their stunning pictures captured by Iluminen to your inspiration board!


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