Do you know what we love most about Indian weddings beside the vibrant colors? The fact that we can do many different styles for a single wedding. Continue reading
The 14th of February. A global celebration of love, also known as Valentine’s Day.
It’s also the day most common for people to wallow in self-pity because they don’t have anyone to show up at their doorstep holding a giant paper heart. It’s the day where people feel sorry for themselves because they didn’t have any big celebrations planned out. Continue reading
The key to beautifying a place as beautiful as Alila Uluwatu is to not overdo the decorations. Simple touches will give an added elegant feel and not overpower the beauty of the venue. Especially, in weddings by the beach. The view is already breathtaking. And so to scatter a few touches of soft pink will complement the blue sea and blue sky perfectly, making love overpower the ambiance. Continue reading
The color red plays an important part of the Chinese wedding festivities. Red is believed to be a bold and lucky color that signifies love, prosperity and happiness. Continue reading