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Services for all your wedding needs...
Would you like an Indonesian style wedding here in Australia? Look no further, Suara Indonesia Dance can organise all your entertainment needs from welcoming guests, escorting the bride and groom into the reception room, to performing at the reception. We have a range of dances available to accommodate your requests, with your choice of live traditional music or pre-recorded music on CD.
A list of services we offer:
- BRIDAL COUTURE PACKAGES
- Custom Made Kebaya by Anastasia Suyati Exclusive Design
- Indonesian special cuisine including: appetizers, mains and Indonesian desserts.
- Wedding invitations
- Bombonieres/ Thank you cards
- Florist- ordering/ arrangements/ bouquets etc
- Decorations- Batik designs/Indonesian themed props
- Traditional costumes
- Traditional hair and make-up
- Welcome dances
- Greeting guests
- Wedding party dances
- Live musicians and traditional instruments
- Master of Ceremonies (MC)
Duration: 60 Minutes
- Indonesian style wedding here in Australia
- Organise all your entertainment needs from welcoming guests, escorting the bride and groom into the reception room, to performing at the reception
- Range of dances available to accommodate your requests, with your choice of live traditional music or pre-recorded music on CD
- A list of services we offer...
- Your enthusiasm!
Appropriate clothing for the the event!
Vendor since 2016
Suara Indonesia Dance Group presents an energetic mix of dance, body percussion and song unparalleled by any other performance group in Australia.
With a blend of traditional and contemporary influences from their Indonesian heritage and Australian upbringing, Suara Indonesia Dance Group brings liveliness, originality and all-engaging performances to the stage every time.
Artistic director Alfira O'Sullivan and choreographer Murtala preserve traditional and folkloric dances as well as creating new works based on traditional movements. This dynamic duos' traditional training has inspired the troupe to acknowledge the past as a way to comprehend and contribute to the present and future art form of dance.