“I, take you, to be my husband, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish; from this day forward until death do us part.”
I always imagine myself saying that vow in my wedding day, and I knew my tears will drop from both of my eyes as a sign of happiness.
The day when you and the man you loved become one, and the day where all of your dearest ones are there giving you a lifetime happiness blessings.
The wedding that inspired me most was the wedding of “Karleen and Dedy”, a wedding held outdoor on the white pearl sands, with the view of blue turquoise sea from the private island.
Their wedding showed me that love does not always happen when you wear designer bridal gown in silver or gold; that love does not necessarily occur when the crowds fill up the luxury grand ball room of your wedding day.
But love takes it place when even simplicity becomes beautiful for both of them as well as for friends and families who come to share their joy and happiness with you.
It was beautiful, yes it was, picturing herself standing on the soft little sands with bare feet, nervous, but yet happy because the man who wants her just right there in front of her.
The warm and heat that almost ruined her makeup or the wind that blew her hair didn’t even matter anymore.
Because she knew the wedding was not about loving her as the most beautiful bride, but it was all about loving her sincerely, so she became the most beautiful bride ever.
Their wedding reminded me that it is not always about being the Queen amongst everyone in the wedding banquet.
But a wedding is about being loved by the man you will be married to, also loved and blessed by families and friends despites all of the imperfections you had.
Karleen and Dedy Wedding took place in a Private Island named Joyo. The island was located in Bintan Island, Indonesia and is very close to Batam and Singapore.
Here I also attached some pictures taken by other couples who had their wedding in Pulau Joyo.
You could click here for a direct transfer to its website if you are planning for a wedding in ‘your own private island’.