“Living between Europe and Thailand, Anjani and Kurt wanted to relax and bring all of their out of town family and friends to get a beautiful experience under the palm trees. Choosing a dusty blue and pale pink pastel color palette, the Couple added an intimate vibe to the “open air chapel” on the beach not taking away from the natural beauty. Anjani looked in a delicate “True bride” gown, which perfectly fit the carefree, romantic feel of this barefoot beach Wedding, her bouquet was really a masterpiece: oversized, tropical, dusty. Everything was pretty stunning when she reached the altar and stand in front of her Groom under a cascade of pastel flowers and blush fabrics fluttering in the ocean breeze. Right after the Ceremony, all the Guests enjoyed the perfect time with a cocktail hour and funny lawn games at the Villa while the DJ played the music. Even the Sunset painted the sky into unforgettable pastel shaded perfectly matching with the inspiration theme! Tables were set with dusty blue fabric runners, pieces of natural wood, vintage brass candelabras and wonderful tropical floral centerpieces with protea flowers. A suspended arrangement with hanging light-bulbs played up the drama and romance of the Venue for a magical unforgettable evening.
From the bride:
”This Phuket wedding came after our London one, I thought I would be less nervous, but when I came down the aisle and saw that Kurt was in a complete mess of tears I was so moved and became so nervous, I nearly cried myself.Most of the morning was spent in anticipation, with one stark difference. We didn't have a planner for our London wedding, and the morning was incredibly stressful making sure everything happened as it needed! In Phuket, we had Ilaire, and I was so relaxed. We almost had nothing to do except sit back and relax!”