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Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Bali is the point where the beauty spell of the ocean and the culture spirit meet. This combination creates a serene ambience which drives the mind into the most peaceful state. The whispering breeze and the crushing wave sound are the perfect companions during the unwinding time in Bali.

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With the view of breathtaking azure ocean, Mirage chapel stands up elegantly reflecting its grandeur. This glass chapel is designed to craft a more beautiful wedding than what any fairy tales tell. The glorious triangle chapel can accommodate 100 people. Beach is also a great option for the wedding venue. The tickling beach sand draws more sensation on the barefoot on every step that bride and groom take. With cocktail set up, this venue accommodates 200 people. Rama Stage, the authentic stage, is inspired by the romantic epic story, Rama and Sinta. Stone as the main material of this stage reminds people on how hard the Rama’s struggle to save Sinta from the wicked giant. The capacity of this venue is 300 people. Mirage ballroom offers an elegant wedding. Its hanging crystal lamp accentuates the luxury of the bride’s and groom’s flawless attire. Champagne pyramid suits the glory of this ballroom. The capacity of this venue is 300 people.

Grand Mirage Resort

Cake, decoration, priest…Thousands ideas might come into mind when a couple is planning a wedding. All the things can be handled perfectly by sending an email to [email protected] Grand Mirage Resort wedding experts will ease your life as well as realize your dream.

Grand Mirage Resort

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Tips for Having a Drama Free Wedding and Reception

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The last thing you want at your wedding ceremony or reception is drama. There are a few tips you can use to make sure things go smoothly and that the chances for drama have been significantly minimized.

Seating Charts

Sit “like” groups of friends and family members together. For instance, if you have a few college friends coming, sit those friends and their dates together. Sit your co-workers together, and sit “like” family members together. For instance, the grandmothers can sit together while the parents of the bride and groom can sit together. This ensures that the guests at each table have something in common and won’t feel out of place.

Seating Chart

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Seating Chart

Choose Your Battles

Whether you’re battling with a mother-in-law who is contributing to the wedding or a bridesmaid who hates a dress style, choose your battles. Ask yourself if it’s really that important to you and if it’s not, concede. However, don’t allow yourself to be walked over. If you really want something or you really don’t want to give in to an argument, stand your ground. Just make sure it’s something really worth fighting for.

Bridesmaid

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Bride and Bridesmaids

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Voice Your Opinion

Don’t hold your thoughts in until you explode like a tragic bridezilla. If you can’t stand the thoughts of your wedding being held in a barn but your mother-in-law already booked it because she loved the idea, reject it. Politely but firmly let her know that this is your wedding and your venue preference is very different from hers.

Barn Wedding

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Don’t Leave Close Friends or Family Members Out

You might think you’re avoiding drama by leaving a specific person out of the wedding because they don’t mesh well with someone else in the wedding. You’re not avoiding drama; you’re making it worse. Invite those who are important for you to invite, whether all the guests get along or not.

Wedding Dance

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Bride and Bridesmaids

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By using these tips, you can make your wedding as drama-free as possible!

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Fun Wedding Idea: Surprise Your Guests with a Wedding

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A surprise wedding can be a ton of fun. It’s perfect for couples who have been engaged for a while and whose family and friends may have given up hope of attending a wedding. The best kind of surprise wedding is one that is more intimate rather than one with hundreds and hundreds of guests. Here are a few tips to make your surprise wedding come to live.

How to Get the Guests There

You’ll want to tell your guests they’re invited to another kind of special event. You could pretend it’s a recital, an art showing, a play – whatever you think they will believe. Make sure they know it’s an extremely important event so they’re less likely to decline the invitation.

Wedding Guests

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Is There Anyone You Should Tell?

It’s totally up to you whether you keep the secret from everyone or let a few select people in on it. If you’re not opposed to telling a few people, you might want to tell your parents and your future spouse’s parents. This way, they won’t get their feelings hurt because you didn’t tell them.

Bride and Groom with Parents

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The Best Kind of Couple for a Surprise Wedding Is…

If you are the kind of person who doesn’t want wedding gifts and just loves the idea of your family and friends celebrating with you, then a surprise wedding can be perfect for you. After all, they won’t have time to buy gifts! It’s also great for a spontaneous couple who is known for doing things on a whim.

Bride and Groom

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Overall, a surprise wedding can be a ton of fun, if you plan on having a more intimate wedding and want to really surprise your friends and family.

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