Glass House Destination Wedding in Uluwatu

Bali

November 12, 2019

Glass House destination wedding of Vanda and Sho, captured by Tutde and the team. Starting as classmates in Singapore, Vanda and Sho began to establish their love story since 2009. A long-distance relationship that lasted for three years did not become a hindrance, instead of strengthened both. Both are committed, will find each other, wherever they are. Because both of them are always on the move, they also promise to always meet in a country that is in the middle of them. This ritual made them visit 24 countries and 54 cities together. 

The collaboration of Japanese and Indonesian culture adds to the uniqueness of this celebration. Because Sho is from Japan, Senbazuru or 1,000 origami paper airplanes also adorn the ceiling of the Glass House. Senbazuru comes from an ancient Japanese legend which is believed that a wish can be granted with 1,000 origami paper airplanes and is also a symbol of eternal good luck. Vanda and Sho hope that the presence of senbazuru will grant their hopes for a happy life together.

Wedding planner by Vilia Wedding Planner | Venue at Glass House, Tirtha Uluwatu.

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Glass House Destination Wedding in Uluwatu

Bali

November 12, 2019

by Tutde Darmayasa

Glass House destination wedding of Vanda and Sho, captured by Tutde and the team. Starting as classmates in Singapore, Vanda and Sho began to establish their love story since 2009. A long-distance relationship that lasted for three years did not become a hindrance, instead of strengthened both. Both are committed, will find each other, wherever they are. Because both of them are always on the move, they also promise to always meet in a country that is in the middle of them. This ritual made them visit 24 countries and 54 cities together. 

The collaboration of Japanese and Indonesian culture adds to the uniqueness of this celebration. Because Sho is from Japan, Senbazuru or 1,000 origami paper airplanes also adorn the ceiling of the Glass House. Senbazuru comes from an ancient Japanese legend which is believed that a wish can be granted with 1,000 origami paper airplanes and is also a symbol of eternal good luck. Vanda and Sho hope that the presence of senbazuru will grant their hopes for a happy life together.

Wedding planner by Vilia Wedding Planner
Venue at Glass House, Tirtha Uluwatu.

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