There are so many different ways in which you can have a a Bali beach wedding!

Do you think that a beach wedding is romantic, but sounds a tad too common and simple?

Well, think again!

There are so many ways in which you can have a beach wedding. Some may hold it within the private compounds of a villa or resort, or decide on an intimate and private ceremony on-board a yacht.

Read on, to find out more about having your beach wedding at…

…Nusa Dua, enjoying the spacious luxury in your private villa…

Let us make our way down south from Denpasar to the white, sandy beaches of Nusa Dua. The beaches at Nusa Dua draws crowds with her soft, pristine sand and glorious waters safe for swimming in.

You may have your beach wedding within the grounds of one of the private villa compounds located along the beach.

Often, one may make a choice from villa furnished and styled in a variety of designs. We have reviewed and stayed at a series of villas (all done in the name of market research for your benefit, dear readers), and have been lucky to set our sights on interiors designed to cultural themes such as Balinese, Oriental, Javanese and Colonial.


…within the grounds of a resort or hotel at the sunset destination of Uluwatu…

Venture down a little further south from Nusa Dua, and you will find yourself surrounded by the ravishing sights of the beaches at Uluwatu.

We do envy the lucky couples who find themselves booking a stay on one of the resorts situated upon the promontory overlooking the boundless Indian ocean. Hear the sonorous sounds of the waves, as they come crashing onto the reefs, and enjoy the gusty sea breeze during the day.

You may be reluctant to leave the comforts of your room in the resort, but it will be worthwhile to head outdoors to explore a couple of surrounding attractions nearby.

Make time for immersing yourself in the local habits and lifestyles, by joining in a short trip to the village of Pecatu. Tours to this village proves to provide an intriguing insight. Filled with curiosity, you take in the sights of the traditional interiors of the village homes, and watch on with inquisition as they perform their daily religious rituals.

Wedding Dining

…at Kuta, in a fine restaurant overlooking the beach…

Are you a foodie? Do you insist upon abiding by the phrase, ‘a joyous wedding is not possible, without ample supplies of good food’?

If you have nodded in affirmative to the above-mentioned questions, then look no further, for hosting your guests with sumptuous fare in the comforts of a restaurant is the perfect one for you!

Holding your wedding dinner may provide greater ease and flexibility to the choices of post-dinner activities and entertainment. Of course, this depends very much on the size and dining sections within the restaurant of your choice.

If the skies are clear, you may want to occupy the outdoor dining areas of the restaurant, as you can enjoy unobstructed views of the beach. Search for a restaurant with a spacious bar or lounge area, for it serves as an excellent setting for a post-dinner cocktail party. If the restaurant of your choice does impose regulations that are less stringent, make the most out of it by engaging a variety of exotic entertainers for a crazy, fun-filled party!

Yacht Wedding

…drifting on a vessel at scenic Benoa Harbour…

Relax to the rhythmic sounds of the sea, feel the salty sea breeze in your face, and enjoy having your very own breathtaking sunset view as a backdrop.

Does it sound too good to be true?

Well, we assure you that it isn’t, if you are having a wedding ceremony on a private yacht!

Book yourself a catamaran, and share the sparkling waters with friendly dolphins frolicking about in the warm tropical seas.

Companies providing private yacht services may offer packages with different terms and conditions, but most packages should include music and entertainment on board, as well as a variety of refreshments and drinks for you and your guests. Ceremonies on board a yacht usually lasts for a duration of about two hours, and catamarans measuring approximately sixteen meters are suitable for small receptions with a total of thirty guests.