An Airy Wedding with Greenery and Pastel Hues in Uluwatu

by Michelle Phang [[ 1487383200000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in REAL WEDDINGS 

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Desty and Andrew had always wanted romantic outdoor nuptials, so they asked wedding planner, Varawedding to transform the stunning Villa Anugrah in Uluwatu, Bali into the venue of their dreams. The glass-pool area was adorned with geometrical light bulbs along with sumptuous pastel-hued flowers and greenery that added a more dramatic touch.

Clad in an off-the-shoulder white dress, Desty looked gorgeous next to her bridesmaids who wore floor-length gowns in soft blue. Meanwhile, Andrew looked dapper in a gray suit paired with a silver bow tie. Throughout the day, the atmosphere was festive and enjoyable as the lovebirds were surrounded by their closest friends.

"Aside from the couple, the groomsmen and bridesmaids were very easy-going and fun. Their cheerful personalities made entire day flow effortlessly," said their photographer, Agus Mahadrika of StayBright. Desty's high attention to detail also left a deep impression on her photographer. "She had already hired a wedding planner, but she still spared time to find her own vendors and ended up discovering me on Bridestory!" he said.

At night, the reception dinner took place at the same venue, which was decorated with twinkling fairy lights that resembled stars. The beautiful bride rocked two different dresses that evening; one was an elegant strapless gown, the other had a sheer layered skirt that enabled her to enjoy the night to the fullest. Right after the cake-cutting and some heartfelt wedding speeches, the guests flooded the dance floor, joined by the happy husband-and-wife.

Take another look at their photos and make sure to watch their video to see how fun the entire celebration was!


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