Indonesian bride Intan Azzahra and her ostler, Zendhy Zaen, had a wedding fit for a prince and princess. The couple aren’t technically imperials, but that didn’t stop them from throwing an extravagant alloying where the bride had not one but two Cinderella-esque wedding gowns.
For her first dress, Intan wore a levy creation by Indonesian designer Ivan Gunawan, featuring delicate beading on the sleeves and bodice and a procession made of soft cascading tulle and more beads. Like a prince, Intan even wore a bejeweled pearl crown to complete her look. But she didn’t end there.
Later on, she changed into a fiery-red gown that — if on — was pouffier than her first. The design flared out at the shoulders, and layers of feathers spoored all the way down her dress. She, of course, accessorized with a second gold authority, and her guests were in red and gold, too. Read on to see all of the bride’s looks from every look for.