Jessica and Daniel's journey to "I Do" began at the architecture student orientation. It took quite some time before Jessica said yes to a relationship with him and coincidentally, also quite some obstacles before Jessica said yes to marriage. "As time passed by, there's always something new we learn about each other's character after every problem," Jessica said. She then continued, "Those ups and downs as well as differences of our personality made our relationship more exciting and eventually stronger."
As the pair got close to their wedding day, they ensured themselves how one unforgettable celebration was meant to happen. In fact, it's not so difficult to imagine the beautiful festivity when Bumi Sangkuriang that's situated in a lush valley area was chosen as the venue. An airy and serene atmosphere was bound to happen.
Prior to their reception, the wedding ceremony took place in a church that was already decorated in a simple aesthetic of white blooms. Jessica was dressed in an off-shoulder illusion wedding dress with removable pearl-embellished cape. Complementing the bride's charming look, Daniel donned a navy blue tuxedo and a succulent boutonniere. The heartfelt moment when the groom saw his other half for the first time on that quiet morning was captured perfectly by Kimi and Smith Pictures. Daniel was undeniably mesmerized as he gave his bride a rustic hand bouquet arranged by Chloe Florist.
For the grand celebration, Jessica added an extra detail to her bridal look, which was a ball-gown skirt that was attached to her already stunning wedding dress. As the whole atmosphere of this rustic affair was dominated by an earthy palette, the groom changed into a beige colored suit and somehow everything just fell into place. And to top it all off, what better way to end the night than a solo performance by the groom? Jessica was beyond impressed, so much that she got teary eyed!