One Couple's Glamorous and Modern Wedding at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali

by Clementine Nathasia Saputan [[ 1517018400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 

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Wedding photography in tropical islands such as Bali are always light and airy with natural lighting. Mix it up with the couple's personal touch and character and we have a celebration of a lifetime. Martinez and Jennifer's modern wedding is exactly what we all hope to see.From their clean-cut invitations to her simple embroidered Sabrina wedding dress which she made herself, Martinez and Jennifer brought simplicity to a whole new level. Jennifer's bouquet is a mixture of bold colored roses combined into one, to create the perfect pop of color. Her bridesmaids were wrapped beautifully in white too, a shorter and simpler version of Jennifer's gown. Martinez rocked a two-piece dark blue suit as his groomsmen wore warm grey.

To further enhance their wedding theme, the couple chose a venue with sleek modern architecture for them to tie the knot. The Majestic Chapel of The Ritz-Carlton, Bali overlooked the seemingly endless sea and sky, which provided a serene backdrop to their 'I do's. As for their reception, the venue was lit beautifully with hundreds of string lights, illuminating the colorful flowers that accentuated the all-white setting. Seeing photos captured by Axioo, the wedding was truly what Jennifer had wanted, glamorous and modern with a laid-back rustic touch.

Varawedding also shared how wonderful it was to work with the couple, "From the start Martinez and Jennifer are super fun to work with. They appreciated all the things we did and were very helpful when sharing what they wanted for their wedding. They always got each other's backs and are so genuine. No wonder their friends and family showered them with so much lobe on the wedding day!" said the planner.

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