See How This Couple Mix Two Traditional Cultures in One Wedding

by Bridestory [[ 1432174200000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 


Today's traditional wedding has different kinds of Indonesian culture. It started with Malam Bainai, which is believed as a night to beautify the bride and very emotional and beautiful it was. Up next is the Akad ceremony. The couple looked ravishing in dusty pink attires in the Javanese culture for Akad Nikah. Following the Akad was a celebration for it in Koto Gadang culture. Both Dhinda and Chandra looked astonishing. The colors of the attires along with the décor created such a festive harmony to the whole set. Lastly is their reception. Taking the color of the year, the couple was glowing in marsala and the night was truly memorable. Take a look at their vibrant colored pictures right here.

See also: Elegant Traditional Wedding: Javanese and Minang

A little something from the photographer:

This couple is both serious and laid back, a perfect balance. Dhinda is more serious than Chandra; even so they look like a very good match. Their romance is one you can say as unique. Chandra was the ladies man and that was the very reason Dhinda questioned his love when he declared it. "He's super laid back, loves to be the center of attention, and has a lot of female friends. When he asked me to be his girlfriend, I wanted to refuse for he does not seem like the serious type." However, Chandra's perseverance soon proved to prevail him. They dated for three years and finally decided to tie the knot in 2015.


  • Bridal: Sanggar Nilasari | Rumah Busana Indira
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  • Photography:


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  • Hair & Makeup:


    | Olis Herawati
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  • Decoration & Lighting: Daun Daun Decoration
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  • Venue: Le Meridien Jakarta

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