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It is rare, very rare to have a bride tell us, “I didn’t want to make my wedding ‘something special’.” But when she began to explain, we understood why. Kimiyo didn’t want a wedding that just wow-ed and impressed people, she wanted a moment shared with her loved ones. That’s truly beautiful and we would love to see more weddings like this, because it’s heartbreaking when weddings become little more than just a show. Thanks, Evermotion, for capturing this amazing couple!

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Kimiyo: “I wanted it to feel very natural, as if we were in our home and had the ceremony in our own backyard. I shared my vision with my wedding planner and they understood what I wanted, so I left it up to them to execute it. We loved the reception! Its decorations, atmosphere and the smile on everyone’s faces – it was a heartwarming party.”

“My head accessory was an antique from the 1930’s, and my earrings and bracelet were antiques from the 1960’s. The necklace’s pendant is an Indonesian handmade silver accessory.”

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KIMIYO & YOSHITSUGU {Indonesia}

Photography by Evermotion Photography / Venue Pemutih Villa, Uluwatu / Number of Guests 20 / Wedding Planning by Feast Bali Bridal / Bridal Gown by Annabelle Dress by BHLDN / Bride’s Shoes by Manolo Blahnik / Groom’s Attire by Azabu Tailor, Japan / Flowers and Décor by Rust London / Feast Bali Bridal