Frequently Asked Questions
During the planning for your Bali wedding, make sure you know what comes first and what comes later.
After you’re comfortable with your budget, you should first focus on the venue you want, choosing the right season and calling a wedding planner.
A destination wedding in Bali generally costs around $10,000 to $20,000 for around 100 guests. However, the cost may also depend on the location and venue of the wedding.
Before we reveal the timeline breakdown, keep in mind that your wedding won’t fall apart if they don’t go according to your schedule.
- Guests seated in the reception hall: 15 to 20 minutes
- Wedding party entrances: 5-10 minutes
- Bride and groom entrance: 5-10 minutes
- Welcome speech 5-10 minutes
- Dinner served: 1 hour
- Cake cutting and dessert: 30 minutes
For foreigners who want to get legally married in Bali, you and your partner must have religious and Civil Ceremonies.
Also, Indonesia’s authorities require you to get CNI (Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage) – a letter issued by your Consulate representative in Indonesia that states that you have no objection to getting married in Indonesia legally.
There are endless choices of the perfect Bali wedding venues scattered around the island. This includes Noku Beach House in Seminyak, Maya Resort in Ubud, the Cliff Edge Cabana in Uluwatu and so much more.
Every corner of Bali offers spectacular scenery and exotic atmosphere. It's the perfect place for a wedding photoshoot. This includes the dramatic cliff views at Balangan, Mount Batur view from Pinggan village, Rumah Pohon from Nusa Penida and many more!
Both talented bands or DJs are great additions and can be considered the heart and soul of your reception. However, there are a few pros and cons for both band and DJ for a wedding.
Pros and cons of a band: Live music is excellent and your guests will love the performance. But they are more expensive than a DJ and may not offer a variety of music.
Pros and cons of a DJ: DJs are cheaper than bands and can play a dozen songs you want to hear at your wedding. However, a DJ with a less-than-stellar personality can kill the party.
There are numerous ways of wedding transportation ideas for your big day in Bali. This includes a wedding bus, cars, limo, horse and carriage, bicycles, Tuk Tuk and even an elephant!