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Max Loong and Sepideh Haftgoli are married! See pics of their gorgeous wedding in Bali!

Congratulations to the good looking pair! These are what we love from the Balinese wedding. 

k1. Venue 

The couple had their reception at the Khayangan Estate, a cliff-side resort venue in Bali. With a backdrop of the unspoilt ocean, it was definitely a tranquil getaway for guests over the five-day celebrations!

2. Decor 


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They made their vows under a lush floral arch, with white petals scattered on the aisle. Fairy-lights and large flowers also upped the romance for the dinner reception.

3. The wedding dresses

Sepideh (or Sepi) wore a chic, sophisticated fitted strapless sheath with white embroidered details from Inbal Dror. Her accessories were kept to a minimum - with a pair of pearl earrings and bracelet worn higher up her arms, just below her elbow. She wore a floor-length veil and her bridal hairstyle was effortless, in loose, tousled tresses. 

For the evening reception, she changed into a flowy sheath, with long sleeves and a deep v neckline - much better for dancing the night away! 

4. Suit & tie


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Max complimented his bride and looked dapper in a navy blue suit with black trims and black bowtie. 

5. Wedding party!


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The bridesmaids wore cream and ivory floor length dresses that matched the bride. Although mismatched, they tie in with the overall look (see other brides who went the matched route with their bridesmaids here - link to story). Similarly, the groomsmen wore suits that are of a lighter shade than the groom’s and neck ties instead of bowties. 

6. Invites 

What's a travel-themed wedding without a passport? We can't get enough of the spiffy-looking invites, designed to resemble an actual passport - complete with monogram and all!

7. Wedding favours

Such a Pinterest-worthy idea! Ballet flats were given to guests to dance in, after changing out of their heels or dress shoes. 

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