• Photo by iluminen. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Destination Weddings,  Glamorous,  Love Stories,  Traditional

    A Grand Cathedral Ceremony In Jakarta Followed By A Rustic Outdoor Reception At The Edge, Bali

    Even when you’re in your home country, you can have a destination wedding of sorts! This couple had their wedding ceremony in Jakarta Cathedral, then their dinner reception the next day at The Edge Villas Uluwatu, Bali. Jakarta Cathedral, with its vaulted teakwood ceilings and sunlight streaming through long, narrow windows above the grand main altar, needed only minimal decorations. From the bride’s baby’s breath bouquet to the white-on-white floral pew hangers and textured white carpet, everything was kept simple. This allowed the grandeur of the venue to truly shine, lending an air of solemnity and awe to the proceedings. Many thanks to Illuminen Photography for sharing these wonderful photos…

  • Photo by Axioo. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Destination Weddings,  Love Stories

    A Rustic Glam Outdoor Wedding At The Edge, Bali

    There’s plenty to love about this wedding. It is elaborate but in a very soothing and dreamy way, perhaps because of the colours, and we absolutely love it. It gives the wedding much warmth. We love how the family all dressed in black to create contrast. And we adore the idea of bridesmaids ditching the dresses; they look equally feminine in their jumpsuits. Thank you, Axioo, for sharing this with our readers.

  • Photo by Snap Photo Pictures. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Love Stories,  Traditional

    A Contemporary Buddhist Destination Wedding Ceremony

    Though we’ve seen Buddhist wedding ceremonies in Thailand before, this one is exceptionally gorgeous. Vera got to walk down that aisle with its beautiful floral arch at the end, just like any stunning destination wedding in Bali, but without sacrificing her religion. This is the beauty of understanding that religion isn’t only within the confines of a place of worship, but that it is part of one’s everyday life. Thanks, Snap Story Pictures, for this lovely story. We love your photography and videography work very much! Verawati: “Everything went well. It’s hard to say which was the most memorable moment, but if I had to choose, I would go with…