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The Wedding of Peter and Yenni
by Elior Design

Updated on 30 December 2019, Bandung

The concept of this wedding was really interesting. Our couple really love hexagons and terrariums, so we tried to implement the shapes of those geometrical elements into the main backgrounds. The result was really interesting. That's what we love about playing with shapes! Using massive terrarium and hexagonal geometric shapes will add a touch of uniqueness to your wedding day. One of the highlights that we love the most, this holy matrimony background! We totally love the geometric structures resembling the shape of a terrarium. We also using floral arch. Because floral arch is one the most romantic and common ways to decorate your wedding. This time we intentionally left some structures open without flowers to bring a strong geometric look. And to add rustic feeling to this wedding we used wooden tables. With these long reception table, your guests will feel like a special part of your big-day celebration. Your guests will feel like they've been transported to an enchanted forest with this romantic lighting. Lanterns and bulbs provide a warm glow over your nighttime reception. And don’t forget to use candles. Candles may be simple, but they pack a punch. And candlelit lanterns are especially sweet when displayed as aisle markers at a garden or outdoor wedding venue. 

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