Tra­di­tional Love Cel­e­bra­tion

Ina and Si­mon met a year and a half ago in Bali dur­ing their hol­i­day, that’s why cel­e­brat­ing their mat­ri­mony on the is­land of the gods seems to be the most nat­u­ral choice.

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Si­mon propos­ing on their first visit to Tirtha made de­cid­ing on the venue for the wed­ding so much eas­ier. “We just re­ally love Tirtha, es­pe­cially Ina. It is so beau­ti­ful that we didn’t feel the need to have too much dec­o­ra­tion be­cause it is per­fect just as it is!” said the cou­ple.

Hav­ing tra­di­tional wed­ding means tra­di­tional at­tires for the Bride and the Groom. Ina chose a stun­ning dress by Monika We­ber that per­fectly dis­plays the mod­ern tra­di­tional style that she was look­ing for. As for Si­mon and his fam­ily com­ing from Ger­many they loved the idea of wear­ing the In­done­sian tra­di­tional at­tire and felt very spe­cial in it.

“Hav­ing a tra­di­tional wed­ding in Bali turned out to be very easy, hav­ing the right wed­ding plan­ner and the right venue. He knows Tirtha very well, sug­gested the place and we just to­tally fell in love with it. Our ad­vice to other cou­ples is to find a wed­ding venue that al­ready has such a per­fect view so you can save on your dec­o­ra­tion bud­get!” said Ina laugh­ing.

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