Just a week ago, we were so happy to share Stephanie and Rayn's beautiful pre-wedding album taken in Bali and Bromo. Today, we're so excited to give you a glimpse of their wedding, which was every bit as memorable as their engagement shoot.
A wedding as enchanting like this is bound to have a romantic love story behind it, and this particular one started seven years ago, when Rayn and Stephanie were still university students pursuing graphic design. One day, Rayn arrived late to class and somehow this unfortunate occasion led him to meet the love of his life. It was not all smooth sailing, as he had to spend a year just to get Stephanie's attention. But as you can see now, all his efforts paid off.
The most special day is best spent with friends, and this couple was so lucky to have friends as vendors as well. My Photography, their trusted wedding photographer, was Rayn's buddy in college, while they knew their videographer and their wedding planner from church. The invitations and favors were made by Papeterie Party Designer, Stephanie's own business line.
From the morning ceremony to the night reception, the whole celebration was dotted with joyful tears and laughter. Their closest friends even surprised them with a fun flashmob performance, a moment that the couple will surely remember for years. Are you wondering what the wedding looks like? Just sit back and enjoy the happiness shown through each frame below.
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Some words from the wedding planner and MC, Jhony Johannis:
Stephanie is one of the kindest people I've ever known, a very soft-spoken and well-mannered person, very ladylike. I couldn't imagine any other match for Rayn, she is truly the perfect bride for him who is not only charming, but also a person with strong values and integrity. Being involved in every step of their wedding planning was a wonderful experience. They know what they've always wanted precisely. For every matters, they are always excited and cooperative, truly a couple who many organizers would love to work with.