A Tropical Bali Wedding of Elena & Mark

I always in awe with Eastern part of Bali. Its black sandy beach, the lush green garden and coconut trees mesmerized me a lot. No wonder recently many weddings took place here as it gives different ambiance than any other weddings. Should you wish for a tropical themed wedding, Manggis is the area at Eastern Bali that suits your once in a lifetime event perfectly.

Elena and Mark’s tropical Bali wedding is heartwarming, intimate and fun at the same time. Elena is such a gorgeous bride and Mark, truly depicts what a happy groom is. Not forget to mention that their groomsmen and bridesmaids are truly made the day! And a cute little girl who steals the spotlight during the day.

 Their wedding commences with a ceremony on a tropical garden overlooking the black sandy seashore. This heartwarming wedding ceremony than sealed with a kiss of two and surely flower showers upon them.  While the invitees gather and enjoy some nibbles and beverage, Elena and Mark experience a romantic photo session on some tropical scenic locations. On the lush tropical Bali garden and the beach with the majestic Mount Agung as a backdrop, both of them are such a fund to work with and they truly enjoy every single moment of their big day. Once the couple finished the photo session, then dinner reception is held under the tent is second to none. There’s just something about twinkle lights that make things extra magical, don’t you agree?

As you can see, this tropical Bali wedding is mostly inspired with tropical, white and green hues elements. Elena’s white and greeneries bouquet is amazing and this arrangement blend with the surroundings naturally.  An instagrammable corner is also popped up on their wedding. With a rattan chair, white fabric and greeneries arrangements, this is also worth to capture. The other eye-catching is the dinner decoration with the installation of twinkle lights on the table. That day is truly an unforgettable one and it is such a pleasure to share with you my works.

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