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Hi, Lovely Couple. We are Gung Arya Photography. We create moments. We call our style photojournalism.
We are based in Bali but up for travel anywhere !!
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“ LIFE IS NOT MEASURED BY THE NUMBER OF BREATHS WE TAKE, BUT BY THE MOMENTS THAT TAKE OUR BREATH AWAY ”
- Hilary Cooper -
 
 
 
 
Won't Let You Go
Santo Oscar + Fiorentina Bahar [Cinematic Wedding Trailer] at Kayumanis Bali
 
 
 
Ryan + Noni
The Wedding at FX Church and Patrajasa Bali
 
 
 
That's Why We Strong
Hunter + Bella [Movie Cinematic Wedding Trailer] at St. Regis
 
 
 
Eugene + Debbie
The Wedding at Villa Shalimar
 
 
 
Oliver + Tsukiko
The Wedding at Jimbaran Puri Bali
 
 
 
Tino + Fenny
The Wedding at Blue Point Chapel
 
 
 
Atika + Quraisy
Indian Muslim Wedding at Bali
 
 
I was getting used to the Indian wedding. However, the Indian wedding is always exciting to attend. There are always different uniqueness in every wedding. That's what makes me always excited when given the opportunity to capture Indian weddings that are famous for a long series of events for a few days. Atika and Quraisy start by doing a series of pre-wedding photos, which then continued with the indigenous Indian Muslims that are very thick.
What started out as a one day affair turned into seven days of celebration. Some photographers would find this to be too much work and with so many photos it was a lot of work…… but I loved it !!

Their wedding are full of several fun filled rituals and designed to contain a scope of entertainment. Indian weddings have a charm of their own. Here, the sanctitude of the ceremony is preserved through numerous traditional rituals and is accompanied by lots of colorful dresses, jewelry, lip-smacking foods, music and dance. One can see lots of variations in the Indian wedding traditions according to the cultural community, religion and region. That was awesome !!

Here are some photos that represent a series of their events that were full of joy, tears and happiness. I hope you all can enjoy it.
 
Give Thanks to Allah
Sarra's Siraman Ceremony Trailer
 
 
What a very unique blend of cultures. I was honored to take part of these marriage culture that very diverse.
Sarra is a girl of Indian descent, but still there is a Javanese blood obtained from her grandmother. That's why in traditional Indian Muslim wedding procession, tucked the Javanese ceremonial procession that's called Siraman.
In Siraman bride's procession need some equipment such as setaman flowers, leaves, mats and so on. Siraman carried by the bride is bathed with water that has been given a variety of flowers or in other words the bride-purified.

The ceremony starts from brides who are asking for their blessing to both parents and grandparents. The situation is extremely touching. Afterwards, the procession starts, where both the parents are first bathe the bride as a symbol of blessing and prayer that the bride are ready to undergo marriage. In addition to the parents who can bathe the bride and groom, grandparents or those who are considered elder can also bathe the bride.
The event was followed by the Indian traditional procession with a thick dances and a very lively atmosphere as welcomes happiness come the brides who are getting married.
 
Sean + Sammy
The Wedding at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & The Royal Santrian Bali
 
 
 
You In The End
Shenny + Jessy Wedding Trailer