Getting married in Bali is top consideration for many who have found the love of their lives and are looking for both an exotic and romantic setting to exchange vows. It is one of the world’s best island destinations to tie the knot, with five-star resorts offering dedicated wedding venues to choose from. While mostly catering to western style weddings, you might also wish to get married in Balinese style, complete with a priest and full traditional costume.
Bali’s exotic appeal owes much to its unique and vibrant culture, as well as its natural beauty, from sweeping mountain panoramas with stretches of rice paddies, to exotic sea temples bordered by rolling surf. With such gorgeous backdrops, why not make it the setting for your most cherished day? And it is no secret that hotels and resorts in Bali make very good use of their locations, be it beachfront or the central highlands, with the most memorable setups on offer. Specially designed packages differ from one hotel to another, and different ways to celebrate also vary widely. Dedicated wedding venues include chapels and customizable outdoor venues with the most stunning backdrops. The weather in Bali, typified by sunny and tropical days, allows for great outdoor options as well, such as the seaside or a forested setting.
You can consider the months between May and August, generally the drier season when your wedding ceremony can be most pleasant for and the bride or bridegroom, guests and the ensuing photos. It’s when humidity levels are low, the skies are bluer and breezes are cooler (temperatures range between 26-27 degrees Celsius). Morning weddings are usually around 10:00 to noon. For dramatic sunset wedding backdrops, arrange for shots between 18:15 and 18:45. Nevertheless, being in a monsoonal climate with somewhat unpredictable weather, rain is always a possibility. However, to some, rain can be considered a sign of good of luck and prosperity on your wedding day.