The rules of etiquette say you shouldn’t inform your guests of a dress code but we think it’s ruder not to – especially when guests are travelling abroad and don’t have access to their full wardrobes.
1. Scout the location!
A few days before your wedding join your photographer for a bit of a scouting mission to find some idyllic spots for photos. Don’t forget to check out our gallery or ask the people at Komune as they may know of some epic spots.
You’ve had your last fitting for your dress and now you just have to find the right fit for getting your wedding dress to Bali.
Your wedding dress is probably the most expensive item of clothing (especially on a cost per wear basis) you’re ever likely to own so it’s natural for you not to want it out of your sight. Unfortunately, that isn’t always an option so we’ve worked out a few safe ways to get your dress to your Bali Wedding.
You’re getting married in Bali so why not buy your dress here too? That way your dress can reflect the laid back Island style of your wedding and be ideal for the climate too. There’s plenty of wedding dress options in Bali – you can buy off the rack at a gorgeous boutique in Seminyak, wear a traditional Kebaya, or visit one of Bali’s best tailors to create a look that is entirely you.
This may be the first time you’ve planned a destination wedding, or even gone to one, so we’ve compiled a list of tips that won’t just help you, but also your guests. Logistics, etiquette, tech suggestions…