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Water Wedding by BVLGARY
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The altar is set upon a transparent carpet gently floating on the surface of the Water Pond. A truly unique experience, for a wedding ceremony held in front of the infinity of the Indian Ocean. The Bulgari Resort in Bali becomes a special location for exclusive wedding ceremonies distinguished by Bulgari style. Four types of ceremonies are available: The Water Wedding, The Beach Wedding, The Gazebo Wedding and The Pavilion Wedding. Each includes flower arrangements by a famous floral designer, champagne for the toast and an elegant case for the marriage certificate. A wedding planner tends to every detail to make the experience perfect and unforgettable. Water Wedding The altar is set upon a transparent carpet gently floating on the surface of the Water Pond. A truly unique experience, for a wedding ceremony held in front of the infinity of the Indian Ocean. Beach Wedding An exclusive experience for those who choose to celebrate their ceremony on a secluded, white sand beach in front of a brilliant blue lagoon with wild Indian Ocean crashing on the reef. Pavilion Wedding A romantic wedding experience for unions held in the formal surroundings of this intimate space decorated with garlands of fragrant flowers. A solemn ceremony starting with the bride-to-be moving towards the altar along an aisle deeply carpeted with blossoms. Gazebo Wedding A romantic venue modelled on the traditional Bale Bengong pavilion and sited more than 160 metres above the beach below, with breathtaking views over the Indian Ocean. This exclusive setting is decorated with 5,000 blossoms. Location Once the hunting grounds of the Balinese royal family, the Bukit peninsula in southern Bali is now home to the Bulgari Resort, perched on a promontory more than 150 meters above sea level. The complex is surrounded by walls of bukit stone, a white coral excavated locally, and offers unrivaled views of the Indian Ocean. Nearby are the village of Pecatu and the stunning site of the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple. Jimbaran Bay and the airport are about 20 km to the north, while Kuta, one of the islandís main tourist destinations, is just 40 minutes by car.