Although they were not in a hurry in their relationship, Victonia and Fandy committed making sure they have strengthened their foundation before jumping into another level. When Fandy had felt assure to pop the question to Victonia, he planned the engagement seriously. His lover has a special connection with Switzerland since she studied there. She even dreams of spending her old days there with Fandy. With help from a friend as a videographer, Fandy chose a quiet place that is nearby the city where Victonia's school was located, and it offers a magical view of The Alps. There was an unexpected moment which was when the ring apparently did not fit on Victonia's finger. Her finger was swollen because of the cold. Even though the bride had to force putting the ring onto her finger, Fandy was relieved because she said yes.
The couple who had been in a relationship for six years planned their special day a year prior. The lovebirds always dreamt of an outdoor wedding because they fancy a semi-casual feast. Bali was included into their first list of venue. When the planning had been on-going for several months, the health of Victonia's grandfather was decreasing which he was suggested not to travel a lot. Victonia and Fandy decided to move the venue to their hometown, Jakarta, and buried their plan to have it in Bali. "We were very helped by Irene from IWP Wedding Planner who had organized all elements, including our prewedding, " said Fandy.
They were also very blessed to still have a chance tying the knot outdoor. The holy matrimony was held at AYANA Midplaza JAKARTA's lush outdoor area with pampas lining through the aisle. The visual concept was design by none other than the bride herself who adores rustic style, and was came into reality by Lotus Design. During the evening reception, the natural atmosphere was still evident, even though it was held at a closed space. The pampas were collaborated with a dominant line of white flowers which made it obviously elegant and romantic. The intimacy was all over the place since the bridegroom was never tired of directly greeting and mingling with the guests.