One Couple's Rustic White Wedding with A Touch of Sky Blue

by Clementine Nathasia Saputan Jan 05, 2018 | 09:00 in Real Weddings 


It's no secret that Bali has all the right elements to create the perfect dream wedding for all couples. Our very own Island of Gods is best known for its beautiful beaches and coral reefs as well as picturesque mountains and greeneries. Not to mention its very rich cultural and arts scene; with exquisite wood carvings and golden ornaments adorning most, if not all, its structure, Bali is a natural beauty, established from the hands of their people.

Editha and Santo is yet another couple mesmerized by the beauty of this exotic island. Offering a wide variety of venues from beaches to jungles, the couple chose the infamous Tresna Chapel in Ayana Resorts and Spa, Bali as their holy matrimony location and continued with a night reception on Bukit Pandawa Golf & Country Club. Editha was a charming sight in a strapless white wedding dress and a mantilla veil atop her head. No wonder that Santo couldn't help to keep in his happiness as he saw her for the first time that day.

The reception was quite the view as well. The couple used tiffany chairs and wooden tables with white and blue tinted flowers beautifully sitting on its white tulle runner. Plates were laid upon plait straw bases and Edison bulbs with golden geometric ornaments were hung in the ceiling. All the elements have come together perfectly in creating a beautiful celebration for Editha and Santo. As the night falls, the warm light of candles added an intimate and romantic atmosphere throughout the evening.

What do you think of Editha and Santo's wedding? Take another look at their wedding photos by Iluminen and add your favorites to the inspiration board if you haven't already!


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