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    The Wedding Notebook Magazine October 2021 – Issue 36

    After what has been a tumultuous 18 months, we are finally getting a glimpse of the light at the end of the tunnel. Here’s hoping 2022 will be a better year for all, as countries begin to emerge from the pandemic. As far as we’re concerned, weddings will never be the same again, and that’s why we’ve dedicated this issue to asking wedding photographers about the most meaningful weddings they’ve shot, and their predictions for future weddings (hint: no frills, intimate, and emotional). Bridal portraits, too, have shifted, as most couples opt to have theirs done locally. It’s no longer about magnificent landscapes in exotic destinations; rather, photographers are making…

  • Destination wedding in Bali. Photography by Terralogical. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Destination Weddings,  Love Stories

    A Boho-Chic Garden Wedding in Bali, Indonesia

    There is so much to take in here, starting with that beautiful tree under which the bridal couple exchanged their vows. Every element reflected the couple’s boho-chic theme, from the bridal party’s henna tattoos and headpieces to the flowers and furniture. A small celebration meant everyone was able to spend time with the happy couple, as they embarked on their new chapter as husband and wife. Thanks to Terralogical for capturing this wedding and all its lovely details. Heather: “Brian and I are from Scotland, and we’ve since relocated to Perth, Western Australia. We love the warmth, relaxing in the sun and spending time with our not-so-small puppy Hendricks, a…

  • Photo by Logika Bumi of Terralogical. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Spirited and Heartwarming Bridal Portraits in Charming Yogyakarta, Indonesia

    We adore the way this precious album of bridal portraits captures the beautiful couple’s love and the majestic charm of Yogyakarta in Indonesia. Often called Jogja, the city is known for its traditional arts and cultural heritage. Besides making it onto UNESCO’s tentative list of World Heritage Sites, it is also, in this particular instance, the hometown of the groom’s family, which just makes these photos all the more special. Thank you for these brilliant shots, Terralogical!

  • Photo by Terralogical. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    A Happy and Simple Life in Bali

    Sometimes all it takes for even the most simplistic bridal portraits to shine with life is a willingness to have a good time. “Mundane” locations such as the Denpasar Fruit Market, Seseh Paddy Field and Black Sand Beach become remarkable – if the couple and their photographer allow. Thank you for these superb shots, Terralogical! The concept was to capture Alicia and Ryan being their normal selves and enjoying their time in Bali, including at the rice paddies and Black Sand Beach. She also wanted to be photographed at the market, hence the fun shots with the fruit sellers. Many were excited and eager to participate in the couple’s shoot,…

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    Destination Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Brilliant Explorative Bridal Portraits Shot in Bagan and Mandalay, Myanmar

    These images are superb, thanks to this artistic photographer who never fails to create the most amazing and timeless stills. Well done as always, Terralogical! Wanting a change from the usual wedding photography hotspots, this couple opted for Myanmar. They were excited about exploring places they had never set foot in before, destinations that were off the beaten path, and regions that were unique and relatively unknown to tourists. As these images show, all it takes is a culturally rich location, a thirst for adventure, and a kickass photographer to give your bridal portraits the lasting allure it deserves.

  • Photo by Terralogical. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Destination Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    An Exotic Escapade for Bridal Portraits in Fez, Morocco

    What an extraordinary set of bridal portraits! Shot in Fez, Morocco, we were absolutely beguiled by the amazing culture and sights depicted here. Thank you for these stunning shots, Govinda Rumi of Terralogical! Alternating between Western clothing and Moroccan designs at the various locations, the bride and her groom are a dreamy picture of adventure and romance as they explore their exotic surroundings. We can’t help but wish we were right there watching the action unfold.

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    The Wedding Notebook Magazine July 2019 – Issue 27

    From the breathtaking blues of Santorini to sunsets overlooking the Venice canals, from a lush Australian vineyard to a cliff top wedding in Koh Samui – the wonders of Mother Nature never cease. We are so taken by the immense beauty found in this issue that we could gaze at the photos of these picture perfect destination weddings forever. One of the best things about destination weddings is that often, the picturesque landscapes and stunning spaces are enough all on their own. This reduces the decorating workload so that bridal couples can focus on what really matters – their guests, and one another. One need not travel far to experience…

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    Conceptual Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Quirky and Unconventional Bridal Portraits Taken on Bintan Island, Indonesia

    These are some pretty big, albeit unorthodox, bridal portraits, we have to say! And frankly we did not expect any less from two visual communication designers who are crazy in love and about to tie the knot. From perspective distortions to quirky art frames, these lovebirds wanted to defy the norms of bridal portraits, and that they did. It wasn’t all peculiar oddities (even though each photo looked like an art piece), the couple also took some conventional shots as backup, which were sweet and romantic – we love the ones of them by the beach and in the water, too! Many thanks to Govinda Rumi of Terralogical for this…

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    The Wedding Notebook Magazine January 2019 – Issue 25

    We are so in love with the fall season, and it is obvious in this latest issue. Be inspired by how these brides have captured the essence of this theme regardless of backdrop, from outdoor weddings to indoor celebrations. Also included are tips on how to choose the perfect bridal gown from the latest fall collections. Prefer something a little softer and more pastel? Check out one couple’s romantic Tuscan garden wedding. Otherwise, trimming down that guest list and giving yourselves more personal time as a couple seems to be the thing that this issue’s newlyweds all have in common. Finally, be mesmerised by a set of seemingly simple black…

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    The Wedding Notebook Magazine July 2018 – Issue 23

    From a fairytale wedding in an 18th century French château to a Tuscan vineyard and even a cave in Bali, this issue is all about exploring destination weddings. One of the best things about destination weddings is that often, the picturesque landscapes and stunning spaces are enough on their own. This takes away the chore of decorating so that couples can focus on what really matters – their guests, and one another. Speaking of picturesque landscapes, one very courageous couple and their photographer took destination bridal portraits to a whole new level – literally! Opting for the road less travelled, they headed up to the dizzying heights of Peru’s Rainbow…