This colorful Bali wedding is fusion of different cultures from Yaya and George’s families. Vibrant pops of orange and fuscia decorated the day, but it’s the meaning behind each detail, and the traditions they incorporated that make this one special. We’re over the moon in love with the cut flower garlands and suspended twinkle light reception. See everything Diktat Photography captured below!
From the planner, Varawedding: Firstly, when it comes to joining together two hearts, two souls and two cultures the planning process can be different than any weddings. But starting from the wedding planning process both George and Yaya have a really great communication between them and so, the planning process to incorporating their cultural aspect and heritage to their wedding are turning to become a very beautiful and personal ideas.
The joining of Indian and Chinese culture are becoming a very wonderful family union, as the wedding starts with the Chinese Tea Pai ceremony for the couple to asked blessings from their parents and elderly. Then it continues to the beautiful and romantic vibrant wedding ceremony and reception with a breathtaking backdrop of the overlooking ocean view as George & Yaya vowed their promises to each other.