A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

September 11 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Terralogical
A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown
Photos by Terralogical

Skye always knew that she didn’t want to wear a traditional white wedding dress, and found her dress soul mate in her gorgeous and sparkly gold dress. Not to be outdone, Nicholas rocked a palm leaf print suit that took our breath away. It was a tropical-themed wedding in Bali (inspired by the Banana Palm Martinique wallpaper from the Beverly Hills Hotel!) and we couldn't feel more relaxed looking at its beauty.

They exchanged their vows under the most incredible arch made of tropical leaves and ferns. Oh, and don’t miss the pineapples lining the aisle! It was a ton of DIY and a ton of love and we couldn't be more excited to show you…

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical-themed wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A tropical wedding in Bali with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

A Bali wedding with palms and a golden gown

Vendors

Photography: Bonjo Abadi, Terralogical • Venue: The Istana, Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia • Wedding Dress: Jane Hill • Bride’s Shoes: Scanlan Theodore • Jewelry: Mimco (bride's bracelet and bridesmaids' earrings) • Groom’s Suit: Godwin Charli (jacket & accessories), Calvin Klein (shirt), Industrie (pants) • Groom’s Shoes: Aquila • Décor: Bali Event Hire • Flowers: Lily Wedding Services • Stationery/Paper Goods: Designed and made by the bride and groom • Catering: Amazing Bali Catering • Planning: Lily Wedding Services • Entertainment/Emcee: Rezha Suardana (musician/singer) and DJ Rob, Majestic Wedding & Event DJs

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