Cinematography : Tying The Knot
When 2 Cultures Become 1
The Wedding of Danny & Sheila, Same Day Edit by Robb
06
Sep 2017

“Everyone is asking me why I want to get married. I can’t find the reason why. I don’t have reasons to marry you. You are simply the reason why I want to marry you,” said the bride Sheila to her groom Danny.


Danny and Sheila really wanted to be with each other despite their cultural differences. Speaking from my experience with my wife, making a decision which pleases both of us require big compromises, especially when involving big families. Deep down inside, families wish their children to get married by their own way to continue the family tradition.

However, in Danny and Sheila’s case, both sides seemed to understand that wedding is not only about keeping traditions, it’s also about celebrating Danny and Sheila’s love and the lovely union of their families. Witnessing their laughter, especially when doing Indian dances, I am amazed at how they enjoyed blending in and fully immersing themselves in a culture different than theirs. 

That wedding day wasn’t only the best day for the couple. It’s also the best day for their families.

Love,

Robb


Location :  Bali

 
 
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