If you find the idea of ending up knee deep in DIY frightening, then a destination wedding is something to consider. “… [it’s] logistically too hard to take anything on the plane”, says Sarah who trusted Amity from Island Hitched to organise everything for their relaxed Bali wedding captured by photographer Eric Ronald.
Held at Semara Uluwatu, Sarah says their intention was to have a big party with their family and friends. “… We had such a great time catching up with all our friends as they were arriving into Bali”, says Sarah who wore a beautiful lace gown by Rue De Seine (both in and out of the pool).
“I found it seven weeks before the wedding at Through the White door a little boutique in Fremantle, Perth. Vicky the owner of the store is incredible… As soon as I stood in front of the mirror I knew it was the dress, Vicky had champagne ready for us to toast I never wanted to want to take it off.”
If you’re anxious to see Rue De Seine’s latest collection, Nomadic Love, The Bridal Atelier is hosting a trunk show in Sydney this weekend. For more details and to make an appointment click here.
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CREDITS Photos Eric Ronald //Bridal gown Rue De Seine // Lingerie Gooseberry Intimates // Shoes Moochi // Grooms suit Tailored in Thailand // Shirt and socks Roger David // Tie Myer // Planning, decorations and styling Island Hitched // Flowers Florette Bali // Ceremony, reception and catering Semara Uluwatu, Bali // Cake Butter Cake & Coffee Shop // Prop hire Bali Event Hire and Island Hitched // Lighting and sound Vision 1 Bali // Entertainment Ulu Roots // Rings Michael Hill Jewellers.