Raoul & TJ were looking for a destination wedding planner who could organise a multicultural wedding in Asia, preferably Thailand. The challenge was that the distance is quite far and there are many cultural differences. Where you normally visit your wedding venue at least twice, we didn't see any of the venues in advance. But luckily I was already familiar with Thailand and I knew someone who was living there. And we pulled it off! Seventy guests from all over the world, mainly from the Netherlands, came to this beautiful island in Thailand. It was so much fun and everybody said, we can't get married now because we can never exceed this stunning wedding! Of course they said it with a wink.
When: October 29th 2016
Waar: Villa Akatsuki, Koh Samui, Thailand
Thema: Chique Destination Beach Wedding
het Bruidsmeisje: Destination Wedding planner A to Z
Foto's: Anne Sophie Maestracci
More inspiration: take a look at the beach wedding of John & Juli on Bali, Indonesia
Getting married meant a lot to us. And we had no clue where to start. So many ideas, so many options, so many options and only one day. Because we both have a high demanding career and we really enjoy everything which crosses our paths, it seemed us a very good idea to approach a professional. Definitely because we wanted to make it so memorable, we would still talk about it often after 10 years. And that really succeeded! And it didn't just happen. Because getting married abroad is a whole next level. Combine this with two traditions, 70 international guests, Thai suppliers and an opinionated (but very nice) couple. Then you really have a tough task. About the result I can't say more than what the pictures show you: Awesome! Thanx Vivian :D.