10 Nontraditional Ideas for your upcoming Wedding in Bali

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1. Mismatched Bridesmaid Dress

These days, brides are embracing the trend of incorporating mismatched bridesmaid dresses into their weddings, resulting in distinctive combinations featuring stunning gowns of varying styles, fabrics, lengths, and hues. This approach aims to showcase the unique qualities of each individual bridesmaid, ensuring that each one feels confident and comfortable in her chosen attire.

The Wedding Tess & Alex - The Beji 

2. Polaroid Guest Book

Think about incorporating a Polaroid guest book into your wedding as a unique way to commemorate your special day. Traditionally designed as a sturdy hardcover photo album, this guest book features Polaroid snapshots of your guests along with heartfelt messages for the newlyweds.

3. Ring for Whiskey

We really love this idea! Ring for Whiskey wall!

When your guests start arriving at your dinner reception area, they simply ring the bell and like magic, a hand appears, offering you a glass of champagne.

Adding a Ring for Whiskey wall will be the perfect addition to your night. Delight your guests at your Wedding Reception.

4. Audio Guest Book

Enhance the cherished memories of your special day by considering the unique touch of an audio guestbook for your wedding. Instead of traditional written notes, invite your guests to share heartfelt messages, laughter, and warm wishes through recorded audio snippets. This modern twist adds a personal and intimate element to your wedding, capturing the genuine emotions and voices of those who celebrated with you. The audio guestbook becomes a timeless keepsake, allowing you to revisit the joyous moments and heartfelt sentiments long after the celebration has ended. Transform your wedding memories into an auditory journey that you and your partner can treasure for years to come.

The Wedding of Zaya & Pono - Six Senses

The Wedding of Zaya & Simon - Six Senses

5. Thematic Wedding Decorations

When it comes to planning a wedding, every couple envisions their special day in a unique way. Every detail plays a vital role in bringing their dream to life. Among these elements, decor holds a particularly significant place, setting the ambiance and reflecting the couple's personality and style. Thematic decor also offers couples the opportunity to get creative and infuse personal touches into their wedding day. Whether it's incorporating meaningful elements from their love story or highlighting shared interests and hobbies, thematic decor allows couples to truly make their wedding day a reflection of who they are as individuals and as a couple.

The Wedding of Boni & Flo - Villa Phalosa 

6. Play Uno-Stacko

During a Bali wedding, there's often a gap between the ceremony and dinner reception. Uno Stacko can be a choice to add a touch of unexpected playfulness. Make your cocktail hour unforgettable by incorporating Uno Stacko. It's the perfect icebreaker, creating smiles and memorable moments among your wedding guests!

7Arrange for Surprising Entertainment

With a bit of live entertainment adding a fire dance performance to your Bali wedding is sure to leave a lasting impression on your guests. 

8. Add in a Gelato Cart

Bali is a tropical island, and its sunny days are perfect for ice cream time! Adding a gelato cart to your wedding is a sweet and memorable way to treat your guests. So why not indulge in a little bit of sweetness on your big day? Your guests will thank you, and your wedding will be all the more delicious for it.

9. Close Your After-party by Jumping into the Pool

Closing your wedding after-party by jumping into the pool is a bold and memorable way to end your special day. It's a moment of pure spontaneity and joy. So, why not make a splash and dive into married life with a splash?

10. Coconut with Personalize Sign

To keep your guests refreshed during your tropical Bali destination wedding, consider offering real coconuts filled with fresh coconut water. Coconut water is equally hydrating as plain water. You can even customize each coconut shell with your shared initials and wedding date for a personal touch.