Magali & Matt Wed, Bali – Destination Wedding
Posted on November 20, 2013 by Trace
We at Handsome Citizens can not encourage you enough, if you are heading down the aisle; to consider a destination wedding. We were married at a private villa on the cliffs of Uluwatu, Bali, with a very few intimate friends, and we recommend it highly. No stress, no fuss, beautiful surroundings, warm weather, surf/yoga/massage all at your fingertips to get the day started, your own pool and private villa, wonderful staff to look after you, and make sure your day goes to plan. Are we selling you? If you need a little more persuasion or if you just fancy a sticky beak, take a look at this wedding shown on The Lane, an on-line wedding directory.
Magali Pascal, a French fashion designer; and now husband Matt, were married in a private villa at Canggu in Bali on 6th July 2013 with a 1920’s Gatsby inspired theme, together with 120 guests. As you can see it was a magical affair, with the ceremony held on a bed of pink rose petals with a backdrop of giant bamboo at 5pm… ☟☟
…In their words: “The sunlight was shining through the palm trees and illuminating us both like a movie set. There was the song “You’re my Everything” sang by the 1920’s american artist Al Bowlly playing through the garden while Magali was walking down the aisle. Standing in front of all our friends and family was a moment we’ll never forget…”
For more of the details including wedding planner, photographer : (Nina Claire Photography), villa, florist etc, see more on The Lane here. And if the gorgeous fashion of the bride & her maids inspired you; they are all Magali Pascal creations, including their shoes. Magali is Parisian born, dividing her time between Bali, Paris and Sydney; and has long been one of Handsome Citizens favourite designers. If you’re in Bali, don’t miss seeing her stunning creations in her three boutiques in Seminyak plus many other stockists in Australia & Europe.
above : dress similar to that of the
bridesmaids, found on Magali’s website.
“In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars.”
― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
Long live Gatsby