Congratulations, you have just started researching or planning your Bali wedding. Otherwise, you would not be reading this.
And you have come to the right place! Let me guide you and let you know all there is to know about how to have a destination wedding in Bali. Yes, you will need to do quite some reading.
So get yourself a coffee/tea and lean back. The time spent in reading this and a few more articles will save you greatly on endless emails back and forth with wedding companies and vendors in Bali.
It will also help you to bypass the countless insincere vendors who have given Bali’s wedding industry a bad name in recent years.
Article updated and amended for 2020 & 21
Many brides who want to have a destination wedding in Bali think that it is difficult and daunting to research and plan this all from afar.
But actually, it isn’t.
That is if you stay clear of the countless ‘lemons’ crowding the wedding industry in Bali. Incompetent, unreliable and non-trustworthy wedding vendors abound in Bali. You have been warned.
I will tell you where to start and how to plan for a wedding in Bali. So let’s get started.
WHEN – to have a wedding in Bali ?
Obviously, your wedding date will play a big role. That is because most all weddings are outdoor events unless you get married in a chapel and then have your dinner reception in a ballroom.
Generally, the best time for a wedding in Bali is between April and October. During that period the weather is better than during the monsoon season. During June to August prices for hotels, wedding venues, air-tickets are usually higher. It may also be more difficult to find hotels.
Most importantly start to plan and book your wedding as early as you can. You can read more about how to prepare for a rain .
WHERE – what VENUE ?
This is usually the first question that brides have in mind. And indeed it is the most important one.
You must think carefully about this!
There are several hundred possible wedding venues in Bali. And the choices are overwhelming at first sight. Bali has so many options and venues, but they all fall into one of four categories:
One common mistake many brides and couples make is to think that one type of wedding is cheaper than another one.
No, a beach wedding is not necessarily the cheapest!! Neither is a villa wedding necessarily expensive.
Like with all things in life – it depends…
Villa are the most spectacular venues for weddings in Bali.
A villa wedding gives you the most freedom to choose your options. Villa weddings are also very convenient because bride and groom do not need to travel on their wedding day. And villa weddings give you the most privacy.
On the other hand villa weddings tend to be a bit more complex to arrange. You would be well advised to seek the assistance of a competent wedding planner / organizer. Almost all villa weddings are larger events with 30,40 - up to 100 guests.
The majority of villas popular for weddings are large properties with 4,5 or more bedrooms and large gardens.
Most Bali villa weddings will have catering for the evening / reception. And the vast majority of villas have minimum night stay requirements for 3,4,5 or sometimes, even more nights. Here you can discover more about
THE COST OF A VILLA WEDDING IN BALI
HOTEL / RESORT WEDDINGS
Nowadays most every hotel/resort in Bali offer weddings and wedding packages. Hotel and resort weddings are well suited for brides and grooms who value easiness and convenience over individuality and privacy.
With a hotel /resort wedding, you can have everything at one place and often also have all your friends and family stay also in the same hotel/resort.
You will also not need to worry about choosing vendors and options. In fact, often you will have very little options to choose from.
‘Wedding in a box’ - or all inclusive packages as they are commonly called.
You may need to go with whatever the hotel offers you.
For example, you cannot choose your own caterer or your preferred florist. But that is understandable and actually not a problem.
Often the hotel’s wedding package will include services of a photographer. Those photographers are often of questionable quality and you may end up with wedding photographs that you don’t like.
Do not assume that because you are booking through a 5-star hotel with an international brand that the services of their included vendors are also of 5-star quality. Often they use rather cheap low-grade vendors.
The lack of privacy is another important point for you to consider. Very few hotels are able to close off the area where your wedding ceremony will be taking place. So be prepared to have hotel guests in their bathers standing by and watching your wedding.
Or worse have those half naked bodies in your wedding photos.
Of course, the hotels do not show you this in the photos on their website. But the reality can be quite different from what you see on the hotel’s website.
And last but not least please do not get fooled by the fact that the persons from the hotel who will reply your emails call themselves wedding planners/wedding coordinators/wedding specialist.
The fact of the matter is that they are staff from the hotel’s sales department or Banquet department whose job is to sell you as much as they can, rather than offering you options and choices that match your individuality and your budget.
If you are considering a Bali wedding in a hotel or resort you may want to also explore the following articles:
BALI WEDDING PACKAGES - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
THE COST OF A HOTEL/RESORT WEDDING IN BALI
Bali opened its first wedding chapel 16 years ago. Since then over 20 wedding chapels have been built satisfying the demand for this kind of wedding that originated in Japan.
Although most chapels are part of a hotel/resort they deserve their own category.
Some of those chapels have beautiful architecture whereas others are as charming as a soviet-era train station.
Chapel weddings are a bit like hotel and resort weddings. They offer you little flexibility in terms of vendors and options for your wedding.
You are often stuck with the few options of décor & flowers the chapel offers.
Keep in mind that when you are directly inquiring and dealing with a particular chapel you are not dealing with a wedding planner, but with a staff from their sales department whose target it is to sell you as much as possible services.
The single biggest advantage of having a chapel wedding is that even if it rains your wedding will be less affected.
Chapels also offer you a higher degree of privacy. Although this may only apply to the inside of the chapel and not to the surroundings which are usually part of a hotel/resort.
You can learn about the cost of chapel weddings in Bali at this link. . And you can get the best chapel packages from here.
Many brides dreaming of a wedding in Bali are thinking of a wedding on a beach. There certainly are some lovely spots for beach weddings in Bali. But not as many as you may expect.
That has to do with the fact that all beaches in Bali are public. Nobody, not even hotels can claim a single meter of beach as private. Hotels and other beach properties tend to disguise that fact.
You can read more about this in the following article: Beach weddings in Bali.
Therefore, many brides often end up at locations other than a beach.
For hotel beach weddings you cannot expect complete privacy and it is not uncommon that only a few meters away from where you are getting married tourists in their bathers watch or walk by randomly.
And be very careful with what I call ‘fake’ beach weddings. Whereby a hotel advertises their package as a beach wedding but in reality your wedding will on the hotel’s property 50 – 100 meters away from the beach.
There are very few beaches that are not part of a hotel and which have a relatively high degree of privacy. On the down-side, most of those locations do not have a backup location in case it rains.
Sitting on an un-shaded beach in the tropical heat may also not be ideal for you or your guests.
For those eloping, or very small weddings with only a handful guests beach weddings can be a good option.
Beach weddings can be very beautiful and gratifying but be aware about possible caveats.
You can get some of the best beach wedding options here.
WEDDING PLANNER OR NOT ?
Most brides are under the wrong impression that a wedding planner is not necessary and will make things only more expensive.
While this may be true in some cases it is usually valuable to have an expert’s advice and help.
If on the other side you have your eyes set on a particular hotel/resort or a chapel you may not require a wedding planner.
For chapel weddings, if may also make sense to go through an independent wedding company because most chapels offer all-inclusive wedding packages that do not allow you to choose your own vendors for such critical things like photography and makeup. Or they will charge you additional fees for bringing in your own vendors.
Whereas independent wedding organizers get special deals which allow them to help you bring in vendors of your choice. And you will not necessarily pay more – often it can be cheaper to book via an independent wedding planner / organizer.
Please press the button below if you want us to find the right wedding planner for your wedding:
Make Priorities and choose your vendors wisely
CAUTION LADIES !!
The immense popularity of destination weddings in Bali has attracted a lot of unprofessional vendors seeking to make a quick buck.
Since the wedding industry in Bali is completely unregulated anybody can open a website and offer services. Often there are incompetent and unprofessional people behind those websites.
If it looks too cheap it probably is. And you may end up rather in a nightmare wedding than with a dream wedding.
Needless to say that if you fall prey to one of those you may end up wasting a lot of your precious time and sometimes even incur financial losses.
And trust me ladies, you would not want to hear what I have seen in my 14 years in the industry here.
From brides who could not get married because the chapel did forget to order the services of the civil registry or hotels who simply gave the wrong starting time or date to the photographer. Caterers who ran out of booze even before the main course was served. Wedding planners who disappeared with several thousand dollars of deposit never to be heard of again. And the list goes on and on.
I therefore, recommend that you choose the services of a vendor that is part of the SOCIETY OF BALI WEDDING PROFESSIONALS.
In an ideal world, we would all have an unlimited budget and be able to only choose the very best. Unfortunately, the world is not ideal.
Most of us have to work with certain budgets and other constraints.
In Bali the prices for locations, venues vary greatly.
The same applies for vendors and service providers. Hotels have star ratings from 2-star hotels up to 5 and even 6-star ones. No such rating exist for wedding vendors in Bali. Unfortunately for the completely unregulated wedding industry in Bali, there is no independent body that would certify vendors or rank them by quality or level of service.
Another important word of advice
A lot of brides are misled by international branded hotels and their wedding packages.
They assume that because they purchase a wedding packages from a reputable 5-star hotel that the components of the package are also of the same high quality like the hotel’s own services.
Most of the time that is not the case.
Just because you purchased a wedding package from a 5 star hotel or a reputable chapel that does not mean that the photographer who the hotel provides is also of 5 star quality.
For most 5 star hotels the services they source from outside will be satisfactory but likely not of 5 star standard.
If you want to discover more about this see the following article:
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
Are you a foodie? Then your choice of catering will obviously be very important and you may opt for one of the top caterers in Bali.
Are you a photography buff? Then stay away from those boy-with-a-camera photographers that come as part of an all-inclusive wedding package.
Or do you want to party loud and wild long into the night hours? Then a hotel/resort wedding where the music has to stop at 21.30 will not be an ideal choice for you.
Do you want to treat yourself and maybe the bride’s maids for awesome makeup & hair? Then probably you should opt for one of the better stylists in Bali and spend more on beauty and styling. Stay away from the makeup artist included in an all-inclusive package.
I hope this article has been useful to you and has prepared you to make well-informed choices for your wedding. Remember a wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event. Therefore research your options carefully and choose wisely where you get married and who is going to help you to pull it all together.
Do you need help with your wedding in Bali?
One last thing: Would you like to be part of a friendly community of brides and couples who like you are planning to have their wedding in Bali?
If yes, then I have good news for you. We have a created a Facebook group where you can ask questions and get answers to your questions from leading wedding experts in Bali.
There a team of seasoned wedding experts, including myself provide free and independent advice on all things relating to having a destination wedding in Bali.
I would like to personally invite you to join at:
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In this article, we answer our reader's most burning question: What is the COST OF A BALI WEDDING? We will also compare various options and how you can make your budget get you exactly the destination wedding in Bali you were hoping for.
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Yes, it is possible for most couples to get legally married in Bali. And in this article I am going to show you how to do that. I will also tell you what conditions have to be met. And also advise you on the paperwork involved.
Do I need a wedding planner for a destination wedding in Bali?
In this article, you can discover if you need a planner for your destination wedding in Bali or not. The short answer is: probably not. But it is a bit more complex than that. In the following, you can discover why.
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Wonderful article! Just wondering what the average USD cost of a Bali villa Indian wedding would be for about 100 guests? Probably for April-May or Sept-Oct.
Thank you so much for planning to host your wedding in Bali. To get an idea about the cost of a Bali wedding may I invite you to explore the following:
and also much more infos at:
If there is anything else we can be of assistance with please let us know.
Warm Greetings from sunny Bali
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Thank u for sharing this!
im looking for villa or chapel wdding that fit 150-200 guest
Maybe oct 2019 or feb 2020
Can u offer me some venue? Off course with the wedding organisers inside 🙂
hello! looking to plan an indian wedding in bali on the beach for 50-90 persons. would LOVE a villa if our # will fit and is around 50; if we have 90 persons, then maybe a lovely hotel. is this possible? wedding planner info? thank you!
I recently got engaged and my fiance and I are thinking of having a wedding in Bali sometime January 2018. We think of inviting 60-80 guests. It is just a celebration where we can exchange our vows in the beach then head to reception for dinner. Do you know roughly how much is the cost of a wedding that will have a nice but not too expensive reception, quality hair and make up, wedding dress and groom suit, great video and photographer? Also if I were to get a wedding planner for the wedding day only, how much is the average cost?
Thank you so much for choosing our wonderful Bali as the destination for your wedding in Bali.
I have already emailed you with suggestions of wedding planners and also information about what cost you should expect for your wedding Bali.
Please let us know if there is anything else I can be of assistance with.
Happy Wedding – Jameela Tey
Chairwoman of the
SOCIETY OF BALI WEDDING PROFESSIONALS
We are a couple from Malta and we are going to get legally married in the end of December in malta.We would like your help to guide us for a ceremony for the two of us in a beautiful beach in ba li in January as that’s was our dream wedding.
We would like to have a ceremony on the beach followed by something romantic and special for the two of us.
We would highly appreciate if you guide us.
Thank you so much for being in touch. We have already replied to you by email.
Your article has given me so much to think about yet it’s what every bride should be made aware. Thank you. Have you any advice for likes of me on a budget? We want to elope to Bali for our wedding. It would be just the 2 of us for a low key ceremony.
You may want to check out the following: https://baliweddingblog.com/2017/09/bali-elopement-weddings-all-you-want-to-know/ . There you will find all the information you have been looking for.
Happy Wedding – Jameela
Hi, I would like to seek guidance on how we can prepare for a wedding in Bali? Just the 2 of us and possibly a friend included. Please let me know how we can make it possible with budget and timeframe. Thank you so much!
Thanks for being in touch. I have exactly what you been looking for. See the following:
Hi my fiance and I are looking to get married in bali in September of 2018 and would love any pointers and possibly some help for a guide price. we are looking at around 30-40 people and would love it on or near the beach , having just read your words about the beach not being private perhaps something slightly set back from the beach . Thank you
Hi, me and my partner is thinking of doing our wedding at Bali, looking at either villa or resort early 2019. Looking for forward for your advise
THANKS! ITS ONE OF THE BEST ARTICLE I’VE READ. i WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FURTHER RECOMMENDATION REGARDING RENEWAL OF VOWS, JUST AN INTIMATE CEREMONY WITH FEW FAMILY MEMBERS TO ATTEND (5-8 I GUESS). CAN U SUGGEST SOME OF THE UNIQUE YET MOST AFFORDABLE PACKAGES SO I HAVE AN IDEA FOR THE UPCOMING EVENT? tHANK YOU SO MUCH.
Hi there, thank you for this helpful post.
My fiancé and I are looking to get married in Bali at the end of July 2018, it will be a small wedding of about 30 people. I am hoping for a villa on the beach, however I’m not sure if this is possible. I am also not sure about hair and makeup and how the trials will work etc. Can you please send some more info, recommendations and pricing on vendors and venues.
thank you. We already replied to you in an email.
So glad to come across this informative article! Thanks for sharing so much info.
Me and my partner are wanting a beach wedding, just the two of us, with possibly a special/romantic place to stay for at least 2 nights, kind of like a honeymoon and wedding combined.
Do you think there’s time to plan one for say April? I was thinking Xmas/January but the weather isn’t good for a beach wedding I hear?
Thank for any help
Thank you so much for being in touch. We have already replied via email.
THE SOCIETY OF BALI WEDDING PROFESSIONALS
Looking for a 5 star beach property that has an Resident Indian chef as our main need is Vegetarian Indian food. We dont want to cater from ourside. Which is the best beach property for the same?
Dear Neha, we sent you an email, hope that helps.
Bali is a very special place for me and my fiance, so we would really like to have a simple and cheap ceremony in Bali this October with 8 family members. We don’t need the legal documentation, but would love to have good photography to document our special day! Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!!
Hello Mariane, thank you for your enquiry, we just sent you an email, hope that helps 🙂
This blog is very helpful. We’re planning to get married in Bali. My fiance is from Kyrgyzstan and I’m from the Philippines. Please can you tell us what are the documents we need and the cheapest wedding packages? We don’t have any guest though.
Ember, we sent you an email, please check!
Thank you dear! Appreciate it! One more thing though, we’re looking for pre wedding photographer who offers good service for affordable price. Do you have any recommendation?
The article is very helpful. me and my fiancee are thinking of having our wedding in Bali in first week of January 2018.
we are from NYC. we want a small wedding not more than 10 people. we are thinking of renting a big villa on the beach. and also having the blessing ceramony on the beach then a dinner in the villa or even something romantic on the beach as well with some live music if its possible. all i need is a decor for the ceramony and the dinner table, catering for 10 people, hair and makeup, photographer. please advice :)))
Dear Fatma, thank you so much for contacting us! Please check your inbox, we emailed 🙂
Thanks for the info and your helpful page. What month of the year has the least chance of rain? I also have the same question/situation as Fatma, but our guests are most likely 20 people. Can you please provide some details for catering, flower, decor, hair/makeup and photography.
Hi Sara, just sent you an email, please check!
Hi i have posted a question and got no reply .My fiance is Australian and me Indian we want to get married in Bali in october please advice
Hello Michelle, we sent you an email already, please check. Have a lovely day!
I have enjoyed reading your article. I am feeling a tad overwhelmed though. My fiance and I have considered having our wedding in Bali. We are looking to have around 120++ guests and we do not need a legal ceremony. Just a ‘blessing’ ceremony where we exchange vows, followed by a dinner reception afterwards. We both love the sea so we would love a venue with a sea view, so perhaps somewhere on a cliff overlooking the sea. Do you have any recommendations? And how much roughly that would cost? We initially have 10th of March in mind, but is it a good time to hold a wedding then? I look forward to hearing from you. Cheers!
Hello Julia, thank you so much for contacting us, we just sent you an email!
I am also looking at eloping in Bali this year in August. We’ve been holidaying in bali for 10 years and it’s therefore a very special place. I would love to elope in a villa overlooking the ocean and have had a look at places such as the edge, the ungasan and a few others. Would love to hear your tips on venues (i would like privacy and ocean view) and anything else to consider when eloping. Thanks so much!
We contacted you via the email Anika 🙂
Thankyou so much this article has been really helpful! I am currently planning our elopement with our 3yr old daughter in Bali in May. Could you please help me with the name of a good wedding planner? It will be very low key on a beach hopefully but with the normal hair, makeup and photographer. No reception as there will be no guests.We have already booked our accommodation for 10 nights. I have emailed the planner at the resort but after your article Im worried.
Thank you for your enquiry and getting in touch with us. Our email reply is waiting for you in your inbox.
Hi Jameela, we are looking at eloping in Bali this year ideally in August or September. It will just be the two of us and I was hoping for some more guidance on ideas for weddings that are so small. Could you please email through some information on a wedding planner and their costs? It would be quite a low key event, just a ceremony on a beach or nice location and no reception afterwards. The main things would a photographer and possible videographer, hair and make-up for myself and maybe a glass of fizz after the ceremony.
Hello could you please send me some info on getting eloping as well please we have already booked 10 days holiday in July staying in canggu and we are not having any guests just a small beach wedding for us two, also could look into getting a dress made there if at all possible
Thank you for your enquiry. We replied via the email, please check!
Our reply is awaiting in your inbox. Happy to help!
Crazy but this is exactly what we are looking for. Expect we are hoping to get married between September and October (later the better).
Would you be able to recommend a wedding planner? Many thanks in advance. Joyce
Thank you so much for the enquiry, we replied to this via the email. Best wishes from Bali!
So much to think about.
First I just need to add we have been engaged for 2 years+, and 2 kids later we have decided to have a wedding afterall. Bali is the perfect location. I have been eyeing the Chalina Estate in Canggu. What do you think about this place for a wedding of 60 guests, only family and close friends will stay in the villa. Do you have any info on this estate? And contact detail for reputable wedding services? Planners/photographers/live bands/ food catering.
Thank you in advance!!!
Wow, that’s a story 🙂 But for each story we have something to suggest 😉 So please do check your inbox and let us know if we could assist you with anything else.
Hi there me and my partner are planning to get married in bali around january next year ! And we only have a few quest around 10 max,nothing fancy as we are eloping but would love to have photos and makeup for myself ! Would you be able to help as i have no ideas
Thank you so much for choosing our wonderful Bali as your wedding destination. Please see your inbox for recommendations and ideas.
Thanks for the article!
We are in the process of planning our wedding now – by the looks of things, villa weddings are a cheaper option than having a hotel wedding?
We are looking at having approx. 40-50 guests and would like to have a legal marriage.
We are hoping to have a beach-side wedding (on a grass setting by the beach).
Our date range is looking around Oct, 2017 – Jan, 2018 but outside school holidays – can you please advise good times to have a wedding?
Could you please advise good locations and villas that could accommodate our wedding?
We would also like to have music until 12am if possible, and photography is certainly high on our priority list.
We have been looking at Bali Mandira – any advice on this location?
Our budget is around $15k so we are happy to sacrifice where needed 🙂
Any further info you have would be appreciated.
Glad you liked the article! And even more info about the perfect wedding in Bali is awaiting for you in the inbox – just check it 😉
Hi wow so much to think about. We are wanting to renew our vows. We would like a night beach or garden ceremony. Only 12 guests no reception. Please advise
Good afternoon Sharon! There is indeed soo much information out here for you to read into. That’s why we have sent you the most important information
You will need at this moment, via email 🙂
Looking forward to hear back from you! Cheers, Jameela
We are looking to get married in Bali in November 2017 – is November a bad month in terms of weather? We have just started our planning and there are just too many options to choose from. What would you recommend as a venue if we want a more private setting but our guests would most likely not want to all stay at the same place? We are thinking there would be around 50 guests.
Thank you so much!
Thank you for your inquiry. We have responded to you via email Vicky.
Let me know if I could be of further assistance to you.
Thank you, Jameela
We are looking at getting married in Bali in January.
Just my fiancé and son will be apart of this.
Can we please have some information on your options.
Thank you in advance
Thank you so much for contacting us and choosing our beautiful island Bali
as your wedding destination!
We have sent this information by email to you.
Warmest Regards Jameela
My partner and I are looking at getting married in Bali sometime toward the end of next year. I’m so overwhelmed with all the options re venues, ceremony, reception, package deals etc. It would be a small party of maybe 25 people, we would want the wedding party to all stay together near the venue.. Can you give us any information on hotels/venues that offer competitive rates as well as beautiful weddings? haha we have been looking at the sky venue at the ayana….any information at at would be helpful. Thank you very much.
Thank you for your message.
Totally understandable where you’re coming from.
That’s why we have sent you all related important info 🙂
Warmest Regards – Jameela
Hi there just enquiring on a private villa wedding with close proximity and reasonable prices for guests to stay in a hotel
Hi Katie, we have sent you all the information you need – to choose your dream villa venue. Let us know if we can be of further help! Thank you, J
My Fiancé and I are hoping to get married in the first week of October 2017. One of the wedding planners we have been in touch with says this is a bad time to get married weather wise? Do you agree?
Hi Ashton! We’ve sent you an email as this is not a clear ”yes”/”no” answer 😉 Please check your inbox. Thank you – J
Great article, thank you. Could you tell me if it’s possible to have a ceremony at a lovely waterfall please?
Michelle, I see no reason why not.
This is very interesting web site. I’d like to held my wedding in Bali. Could you please assist me?
Hi Arief, thank you for your kind words! Please fill in the following form so we can be can help you further, the best way possible : https://baliweddingblog.com/bali-wedding-planner/ Warmest Regards – J
Great articles in your blog! Really useful info! I will bookmark it until it comes my time 🙂
Hi Jameela, I have recently become engaged and we have decided Bali will be our destination. I too cannot believe how much information I needed to know.
I am interested in a Villa wedding. Are you able to please send me some information too?
Thank you, have a great day
Thanks for your inquiry. We would be glad to be of assistance. Kindly let us know more about your requirement. Please head over to:
We look fwd to hearing back from you.
Thank you – Jameela
Hi Jameela, we are looking at eloping in Bali in December this year and I had no idea that there is so much I need to organise! I was hoping we could just turn up and get married, but I am obviously going to need to organise things in a lot more detail!….i didnt think i would need a wedding planner because we are eloping, but it seems i might need some help ! could you please email me information on a wedding planner and price list. it will just be the 2 of us plus our 2 small children. Nothing fancy, married on the beach, and no reception afterwards. We Would like a photographer and possible videographer and hair and make up just for me. Thank you so much!
Congratz for choosing Bali as your wedding destination. Indeed some planning and organizing is required. You can find all the resources on wedding planners, etc.. on our website.
Happy Wedding – Jameela
Thank you for the wonderful article, i am starting to plan my bali wedding and didn’t realise the amount of information i needed to know!! I am definelty wanting a villa wedding, i am wanting it to be private! and not wanting to travel to my wedding destination!. Can you please point me in on the directions to find articles on villa weddings and possible wedding coordinators!!
Thank you, have a great day