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