The Javanese Wedding at the Flinders Station Melbourne

Stations used as background wedding photos of the bride from Indonesia

An interesting event of two beings who are in a beautiful romance, Stania Puspawardhani and Adrian Rinaldi Suharto who lives in Jakarta and Singapore. An example of a successful love story though both are not on the same city, this is a story of a Long Distance Relationship.

Their love so sincere and noble, try to imagine the beauty of the love story of the classic story of "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, according quote from his Sonnet 116, "Love is not love /Which alters when it alteration finds, /Or bends with the remover to remove: /O no; it is an ever-fixed mark, /That looks on tempests, /and is never shaken;"

They agreed to get married and chose a far away place in down under, Australia, precisely the main train station in Melbourne, Flinders Station.

Flinders Station has long been known to be an icon that represents the face of Melbourne. Not surprisingly, many couples use Flinders St as a backdrop for wedding photos which can be considered unique.

Wedding photo was successfully captured by a photographer on the appointed day, January 14, 2014 while dressed in traditional Javanese.

It is unique, isn't it?

Who knows one day you will do the same thing in a happy day, on a fine day. Sure.

(Source Australia Indonesian Plus /Image Windu Kuntoro - Melbourne)


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