Join us in our search, as we make our way through Kuta, to Denpasar and Legian!
Do you find the notion of having your wedding in venues such as beaches, chapels or restaurants not to your fancy or liking?
Perhaps you prefer a more traditional religious ceremony in a church, but yet find it difficult to discover additional information about the churches in Bali.
Well, here’s some good news for you – we make the search for data a little easier for you, by giving you a heads up about a selection of churches that you can hold your wedding ceremony at:
St. Francis Xavier Church
Located in South Kuta, the pristine structure and compounds of the St. Francis Xavier Church are well-preserved. The spacious interiors of the church makes it a good option for couples who want to invite a large number of family members and friends to attend their wedding ceremony.
Have you ever heard of a complex that enables you to hold a variety of religious wedding ceremonies, ranging from traditional Buddhist wedding processes or a Catholic one, to a Muslim wedding ceremony?
We will give you a hint – your answer lies to the south of Bali, in the town of Nusa Dua!
The Puja Mandala complex is one such unique location that allows for couples of varying religions to hold their wedding ceremonies within its compounds. The eye-catching architecture of the Protestant and Catholic churches are influenced by Balinese elements, and are sure to draw your attention.
Santo Mikael Church
Situated amidst lush, tropical greenery, the gothic architecture of the church, painted in white and blue makes for a pretty and picturesque sight. The interiors are small but cosy, and are ideal for more intimate wedding ceremonies.
Situated in Seminyak, the church has been in existence for more than thirty years, and has adequate facilities for holding a wedding ceremony.
We have been told that there is a special feature in this church – do take a closer look at the stained glass behind the altar, for it is a historical art piece created more than a hundred years ago in England. Enjoy the beautiful scene that emerges in the interiors of the church when light enters the window panes, as the stained glass create a myriad of colours that shine onto the marble floors and white ceilings.
Church of St. Joseph
Next, we continue our search for churches in Denpasar, the capital city of Bali, and make our way to the Church of St. Joseph. This church is a relatively small, making it unsuitable for hosting a larger wedding ceremony. However, the gorgeous architecture of the building and its stunning interiors make up for the small seating capacity of the church.
One cannot help but notice the intricate and intriguing carvings surrounding the altar, as well as the usage of rich details and vibrant colours. One cannot help but notice the intricate and intriguing carvings surrounding the altar, as well as the usage of rich details and vibrant colours. These designs show that Balinese elements are featured strongly in the interiors of the church.
Legian Protestant Church
We end our journey in Legian, by making a final visit to the Legian Protestant Church. The church is located in the central areas the town, making it a popular choice for wedding couples who value ease and convenience.