Intimate Private Villa Bali Wedding

by Bridestory Dec 30, 2014 | 08:00 in Real Weddings 


This couple: Mark and Rebecca, decided to voice their life-time promise at her private villa in Bali, surrounded only by their closed friends and loved ones. With the help of our talented friend: Tirtha Uluwatu, they were married in the midst rustic elements. We are talking about the kind of wedding that was classy and elegant, yet homey at the same time. We can't say whether it was the delicate decoration, timeless wedding dress, beautiful hand-bouquet, or the talented photographer that was the pinpoint of this wonderful wedding – because we simply love every single detail, and if you browse through our gallery, we bet you will too.

Here's what the photographer said about the wedding:

It was a great experience to be able to shoot Rebecca & Marc's wedding. They were such a lovely couple, down to earth and they trusted me fully to do my job without any questions. I just found out by the end of the day that Marc is a movie director, thank God he didn't mention it earlier or else he will put lots of pressure on me. For me personally what I love about shooting wedding is not the venue or decoration, but it's all about the couple, their family & friends who come together to celebrate it with them and to see how they bond with each other. Rebecca & Marc were truly blessed by having such a wonderful family & friends. So many tears & laughter that day, their wedding was full of lovely people who love & support them.

It was priceless to shoot this kind of wedding; I learned lots of things about families & friends from this beautiful wedding. And to complete their happiness, last Feb 3rd, 2014 their baby girl Isabelle was born. Again congrats to you both and thanks for having me as a part of your wedding day.


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