An Intimate Cliff Wedding Basked in the Balinese Sun

by Bridestory Jan 22, 2016 | 09:00 in Real Weddings 


If you didn't notice, we're big fans of intimate weddings. Grand weddings can be impressive, but smaller ones often possess a certain warmth that is no less remarkable. As we can see today, Stella and Andre felt the same way. The couple flew to Bali to arrange a lovely wedding celebration, inviting only their closest friends and relatives. Held at Tirtha Uluwatu's beautiful white chapel, their holy matrimony was a heartwarming affair complemented by the soft sea breeze. The reception held later that day was also simple and elegant, decorated with soft pink roses. Everything went so perfectly, and we're glad to see how everyone enjoyed their time together. We especially love the photos of the couple basked in the warm rays of sunset. Scroll down below to see all the beautiful moments captured by Iluminen.

See also: One Sweet Wedding in Bali Cliffside with Pearly White Palette

A little note from the photographer:

The wedding was attended by the couple's close friends and relatives. The day began with the preparation of both Stella and Andre, and it was continued with the holy matrimony. The ceremony was more of a Western-style one, in which Andre walked himself down the aisle and stood up there in the chapel, waiting for Stella. It was just perfect timing, the moment they held the holy matrimony. The sun was angled just perfectly that it provided such good lighting, everyone became awed by the whole situation. The sea breeze blew Stella's veil softly, and it was all just so beautiful. The dinner was classy and simple. They did not do much on the attraction and performance side, but they focused more on having speeches that matter and sharing heartwarming conversations with the people that matter.


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