When you find yourself in love, it is often described as an unanticipated event, an experience that can be likened to walking through quicksand, where you find yourself unable to escape. It's why we call it falling in love, just like falling into a hole.
But lest we forget, love is not a passive act; it demands active participation. While the term “effortlessly” is often used, love calls for patience, understanding, and empathy. It requires us to see beyond ourselves, to prioritize the happiness and well-being of our partner. Love means a conscious act to being a better person, while embracing our vulnerability no matter how uncomfortable it may be.
Only when love is an ongoing, constant effort can it grow and bloom with no expiration date. Lucky are the couples who have discovered eternal spring, and we believe Nicolas and Marry are the perfect example of how love is an action - a verb, not a noun.
Celebrating their wedding amidst the captivating landscape of Ayana Resort Bali, the joy was shared by all. Their closest friends and families rejoiced, showering them with blessings as they embarked on their next chapter. Everything was sweetly orchestrated and genuinely endearing, from the breathtaking venue to the heartfelt speeches delivered by Nicolas and Mary.
As the sun set on their special day, it served as a reminder that love is not a single event, but woven into the fabric of everyday life. It’s the evolution where nurture, comfort and dedication blend beautifully in making a life together. Congrats Nicolas and Mary, we cheer for all the greatest things that lie ahead of you both!