Natasha and Paul

In the pursuit of a perfect wedding, it’s easy sometimes to forget what you’re really looking for. Pinterest, Instagram, and wedding blogs overflow with inspiration images, each of them offering a new appealing element to an already full wedding scene. Sometimes what you actually need to do is just stop and look at your wedding venue more closely. What if it’s already so naturally beautiful that you only need to slightly bring it out?

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Natasha and Paul always wanted a simple, intimate wedding surrounded by only close family and friends. Along the process of choosing the venue, we came around Sarojin, a charming boutique resort located far away from the hustle and bustle of touristy Phuket, on the Khao Lak coast. Vast and almost empty beach, green territory, serene setting, — it seemed a perfect combination. However, it wasn’t until we walked 5 minutes away from the resort along the beach, and saw a wide lush tree, creating with its crown a sort of a haven, which we realized that there’s no better place for their ceremony.

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We decided to only complement this natural creation with organically looking flower chains and some white flowers to make it look more festive. We only used flowers native to Thailand, so the bridal bouquet and boutonnieres we comprised of white orchids.

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It is very important to make sure that the outfits chosen by both bride and groom are in tune with the venue and setting as well. Natasha wore a wonderful light and flowy gown by Jenny Packham, and Paul’s light grey suit was a perfect match.

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After the ceremony, it was time for laid-back beach cocktails and a reception dinner at a beachfront restaurant, where the bride, groom, and their guests danced the night away under the flashing lights of fireworks.

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Wedding Destination: Phuket, Thailand

Photo Credit to: Nindka Photography (www.nindka.com)

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