Today's forecast: Heavy flower petal showers on the beaches of Bali, misty love is expected to spread across the island culminating in a full blown romance storm by this evening. No but seriously, this gorgeous elopement in Bali is probably one of the most romantic events we have seen in a while, from the brides flower petal bath and tropical fruit breakfast to the beach "I do's" that included a hike to an impressive waterfall!
Keep scrolling to see all of this and if you want more we have you covered; Anastasiia Krivenok beautifully captured every last bit of this couples wedding day and you can see all their photos in the full gallery here.
Beauty & Bali Go Hand In Hand
From Anastasiia Krivenok: With bride Stasy we met in autumn in Moscow. Even then it was decided that I would shoot their wedding in the winter in Bali. I was very happy, because Bali is beautiful and romantic place for the ceremony, which will be remembered for the rest of your life! For many people, this is a fabulous island, with paradise flower gardens, cascades of rice terraces, emerald ocean, white sand and incredible waterfalls. A place where all the most cherished dreams are fulfilled. And on February 19, 2017, one dream came true.
Morning. We had enough time for the bride's gatherings to go quietly. Stasy took a bath with flowers, had breakfast with tropical fruits and enjoyed the moment. How important it is to spend this time without fuss and hassle! Afterwards we went to Melasti beach for a wedding ceremony. The beach is located almost in the south of the island. Surprisingly, the road to it was cut through the rocks. A powerful turquoise ocean met us with foamy waves. And the water at the shore is so clean that you can see the bottom in the smallest detail. We admired the slopes drowning in exotic greenery and the beauty of the wedding decor. The ideal moment to exchange vows.
Post Wedding Waterfall HikeWe decided to take a walk to the Tegenungan waterfall. Take shelter from the hot sun and be impressed by the power of nature. It is a beautiful, wide and powerful waterfall, overgrown with moss and green vines. If you knew how difficult it was to take pictures. During the shooting, we were completely wet from the spray of the waterfall. I sealed all the cameras with duct tape to save them and wiped the wet lens after every shot taken! Sometimes, the most difficult is the most beautiful!