Despite being forgotten in the past, the presence of wildflowers and dried foliage could make a unique impression for such an unforgettable celebration. Lately, modern brides are starting to incorporate this kind of arrangement which result is an exceptional element on their wedding aesthetic. Our today's bride, Angghia was also inspired by this trend, therefore she asked Kisah Project as the wedding decorator to implement this wedding vision.
"One of the reasons we decided to pick bold floral arrangement was because the color palette somehow complemented the ethnic-inspired venue in Plataran Dharmawangsa," shared Angghia. Besides, her look stood out from all the rest while carrying her flower bouquet, didn't she? Most of the floral arrangement featured unique-shaped flowers and exotic greeneries, such as anthurium, yellow lagurus, a bunch of wheat as well as palm leaves.
Meanwhile, Angghia's wedding dress was made of tulle, chantilly lace and organdy. "It was the embodiment of Elie Saab's opulent style, fused with Sapto Djojokartiko's traditional characteristics," she further explained. The bride also intentionally set a dress code for her loved ones. Aside from pairing her bluish-gray wedding dress with the big families' soft-colored attires, she emphasized a darker color scheme for her friends. Just look at how she picked the emerald green dresses for her bridesmaids! Would you also dare to be different like Angghia?
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