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Real Wedding of Jesse & Mahsa
by Tirtha Bridal

Updated on 11 December 2019, Uluwatu, Bali

It was the first semester of 2017, Mahsa was visiting friends in Malaysia. They all decided to come for a long weekend to Penang where they met up for dinner with other friends, including Jesse who was not at his best. Nothing that can be done to cheer him up until Mahsa walked in, totally unaware of her magnificent impact putting a smile on Jesse face. Three month later in Kuala Lumpur, they started to date over skype and setting up their first trip with friends. Continuing their journey together with another trip to other part of the world; Netherland, Turkey, China, France, Switzerland, Monaco and Indonesia. After 16 months of long distance between Iran and Malaysia, Jesse got down on one knee on the beach overlooking the straits of Malacca. Without any hesitate, she said YES! The couple decided to have a wedding ceremony in Stone House by Tirtha with a background of Indian Ocean. Having Persian decent, Mahsa bring in the Sofreh Aghd, a traditional wedding ceremony spread where legal marriage and ceremonial traditions are exchanged. Many symbolic items included which all represent an element of the couple’s new life and marriage together. After the flower shower, they circle around the venue together to celebrate the union of their love. The dinner tables were decorated with a tall centerpiece in blue and white theme. The warm glow of thousands fairy lights complementing the natural beauty of Moonlight garden, an outdoor area at Glass House by Tirtha. All the 120 guest served with a customized French four course meals, before a fun after party session where everyone take off their shoes and dance together. “I will choose Tirtha over and over again for making this day happen for us. Thank you for the whole team for their great accomplishment!” said Mahsa reminiscing the day.


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