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From the first time that Yuventia and Xavier approached Jumah Cenik to decorate their wedding, they've expressed that they want the wedding to be as intimate as possible. For that reason, the couple didn't even want to have a stage. They want to be able to roam around and greet their guests instead of having all guests come to them like the typical local wedding. Yuventia also told Khombe Bulan of Jumah Cenik that she wanted a tropical setting since the venue is on the side of a swimming pool.
"I showed her some of my recent works involving tropical flowers. The prospective bride instantly loved it," said Khombe. True enough, the decoration on the D-day turned out to be exceptionally beautiful and favorited by the couple. Jumah Cenik had used local flowers for every part of the decoration to bring out the tropical ambience. For the teapai ceremony though, the decoration was dominated by red.
Everybody knows that having an outdoor wedding means gambling with the weather, and during the day of Yuventia and Xavier's wedding, it actually rained. Thankfully, Khombe had anticipated for the downpour, and the decoration was unharmed. Yuventia herself also seemed unbothered with the fact that the bottom of her wedding dress was drenched in mud. She happily greeted guests, sipped her celebratory champagne, and danced under the stars with her newly wedded husband.
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