LOOK: Christian Bautista weds Kat Ramnani in Bali
Christian Bautista has tied the knot with Kat Ramnani in scenic Bali, Indonesia, in a ceremony yesterday, Nov. 17.
The couple married at the glass-paneled Luhur Chapel in Tirtha Uluwatu, a wedding venue atop a cliff with a view of the majestic Indian Ocean.
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Ramnani, a telecommunications company executive, wore an exquisite strapless lace gown by Israeli designer Inbal Dror. Meanwhile, the groom looked regal in an emerald green tux by Francis Libiran.
The reception was also held in Tirtha Uluwatu. According to photographer Francis Perez, guests were treated to a four-course meal with wine.
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Christian and Kat's reception was the epitome of class, style and elegance… a four course dinner wine pairing treat for their guests, a Japanese sommelier on the side, Daisuke explaining each vintage every step of the way. Amazing execution by @tirthabridal and @luckynine_bali ! @iamfperez @patdy11 @chitoines #baliweddings #baliweddingphotographer #baliweddingvenue #fperez #teampatdy #patdyphotography #letsgetreadytorambau #effortless #chicwedding #nikonasia #nikond850
The party continued in an outdoor area where guests held sparklers beneath twinkling lights. Meanwhile, the newlyweds cut a four-layer buttercream cake with doughnuts by Naked Patisserie.
Guests included singers Erik Santos, Sam Concepcion and Mark Bautista; actress Cris Villonco, businessman Christian Mark Jacobs and TV host Cesca Litton. The night was filled with music, as expected, with Bautista and Concepcion among the performers.
The night before their wedding, the couple hosted a Bollywood-themed party with their guests, with both dressed in outfits inspired by traditional Indian attire.
Bautista and Ramnani will have a second wedding this December in the Philippines. The singer and actor proposed to Ramnani last Oct. 30 in Venice, two years after they reportedly met in 2015. JB
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