Say “I do” at the Best Des­ti­na­tion-Wed­ding Venue

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Now that you have found love, there is only one thing left, find­ing the per­fect place to say “I Do.” Who has never heard of Tirtha Bridal, the name that guar­an­tees your wed­ding day to be a day to re­mem­ber. As Bali’s lead­ing des­ti­na­tion wed­ding venue, Tirtha Bridal is renowned for cre­at­ing un­for­get­table wed­dings with el­e­gance and class.

ecently, Tirtha Bridal launched two new breath­tak­ing wed­ding venues that will take your breath away. The iconic ad­di­tion to Tirtha Bridal evolv­ing port­fo­lio of in­spir­ing wed­ding venues is the newly launched Din­ing Pav­il­ion.

Strate­gi­cally po­si­tioned to com­mand el­e­vated views over the In­dian Ocean, Din­ing Pav­il­ion is per­fect for host­ing in­ti­mate din­ners as well as larger cel­e­bra­tions of up to 250 guests.

The two-sto­ries Din­ing Pav­il­ion is a striking struc­ture with a de­sign that em­braces the sur­round­ing trop­i­cal en­vi­ron­ment. Light and airy, it em­bod­ies sim­ple el­e­gance which essen­tially func­tions as a blank can­vas for any choice of dec­o­ra­tive theme or flo­ral con­cept.

The Ground Floor of the Din­ing Pav­il­ion, called Earth, is a ver­sa­tile space that spills out onto an al­fresco ve­randa edged by a man­i­cured lawn stud­ded with ex­otic palms. A dra­matic glass stage ex­tends over the edge of a lime­stone cliff and looks down onto a se­cluded stretch of beach. This spot is guar­an­teed to make your guests oooh and aaahing af­ter the beau­ti­ful scenery. It is a highly pic­turesque spot per­fect for a mag­i­cal first dance, cake cut­ting cer­e­mony or cock­tail re­cep­tion un­der the stars.

Step in­doors to an ad­e­quate room for a for­mal din­ner sup­ported by a smart openkitchen with in­ter­ac­tive dis­play sta­tions for ap­pe­tiz­ers and desserts. This kitchen is the do­main of Chef Ry­oichi Kano who also leads the team for com­mer­cial kitchen and bar at The Glass House.

My per­sonal favourite thing about the Din­ing Pav­il­ion is the glass-en­closed en­vi­rons on the First Floor which goes by the name ‘Heaven, ’ and it is a visionary in­ter­pre­ta­tion of a well-ap­pointed ball­room space. De­signed to ac­com­mo­date 190 peo­ple, it takes on the look of a con­tem­po­rary lounge with a high ceil­ing and wrap-around bal­cony pro­vid­ing mes­mer­iz­ing ocean views. Cus­tom­ized wood pan­els act as slid­ing par­ti­tions to form three sep­a­rate func­tion rooms for more pri­vate gath­er­ings. Each dis­tinc­tive area has an au­dio-visual sys­tem and can be fur­nished ac­cord­ingly with smaller groups of 40 or fewer guests in mind.

The Din­ing Pav­il­ion com­ple­ments the ad­ja­cent Tirtha Uluwatu Chapel, en­com­passed by a col­lec­tion of glis­ten­ing wa­ter­ways. It is a con­ve­nient lay­out that en­ables bridal cou­ples to plan a co­he­sive cel­e­bra­tion that tran­si­tions seam­lessly from the wed­ding cer­e­mony to the re­cep­tion. There is even enough space for an up­beat af­ter party com­plete with live en­ter­tain­ment, danc­ing and a daz­zling fi­nale of fire­works light­ing up the night sky.

The sec­ond new venue is The Glass House. Lo­cated just 10 min­utes away, Glass House is a pri­vate re­treat that em­braces the beauty of na­ture and lends it­self to the spirit of cel­e­bra­tion. The Glass House is a mul­ti­fac­eted venue that of­fers cou­ples an ar­ray of ver­sa­tile in­door and out­door set­tings with space to host up to 150 guests. A col­lec­tion of themed gar­dens or a 20m swim­ming pool edged by a stone-paved deck can be ex­pertly styled to con­duct a heart­felt cer­e­mony be­fore an au­di­ence of loved ones.

For an in­ti­mate gath­er­ing, the Yel­low Bam­boo Gar­den is a grassy en­clave co­cooned by na­tive bam­boo and leafy green fo­liage. The Moon­light Gar­den is an­other stun­ning en­vi­ron­ment with a spill-out out ter­race and scat­tered na­tive palms danc­ing in the breeze. This flex­i­ble out­door area can ac­com­mo­date a wed­ding cer­e­mony, al­fresco din­ner, and a vi­brant af­ter-party.

The pièce de ré­sis­tance at The Glass House is a striking struc­ture named the Plume­ria Room. This el­e­vated pav­il­ion seem­ingly floats in mid-air and fea­tures floor to ceil­ing glass pan­els for a 180-de­gree view of ex­otic gar­den green­ery. It is a light and airy loungein­spired space that func­tions as a blank can­vas for any dé­cor or flo­ral con­cept.

The Plume­ria Room can be con­fig­ured for a cer­e­mony or a re­cep­tion din­ner with long ta­bles and seat­ing for up to 100 guests. Fit­ted with the lat­est au­dio-visual tech­nol­ogy in­clud­ing a sur­round-sound sys­tem and a re­motely op­er­ated screen for video pre­sen­ta­tions. Live mu­sic can also be ar­ranged rang­ing from a choir to a stringed quar­tet, jazz band or chilled-out DJ tunes.

Orig­i­nally de­signed by the ac­claimed Ital­ian de­signer, Alessan­dro Landi, The Glass House was once a sanc­tu­ary for dis­cern­ing hol­i­day­mak­ers but it was re­cently given a new lease of life and aes­thet­i­cally trans­formed by ar­chi­tect Fredo Taf­fin. The Glass House has three well-ap­pointed bed­rooms with en-suite bath­room fa­cil­i­ties that can be used as dress­ing rooms for bridal hair and makeup. The mas­ter suite opens up to a calm­ing Wa­ter Gar­den while in­dige­nous flora en­velopes the other two rooms.

Tirtha Bridal Jl. Uluwatu, Br. Di­nas Karang Boma, Desa Pe­catu, Bali – In­done­sia Phone. +62 853 3836 6589 www.tirthabri­dal.com

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