Indonesia Wedding Photographers

If you choose one of our WPJA Indonesia wedding photojournalists as your wedding photographer, please let them know you found them through the Wedding Photojournalist Association.

The WPJA at a glance: The Wedding Photojournalist Association puts the best Indonesia wedding photographers at your fingertips, by granting membership only to the most talented professional wedding photographers in the world--photographers who focus solely on using their documentary photography skills to capture ‘the moments’ of your wedding day.

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Client Letters

Suki & Roger

Photographed by Adi Susanto

Photographer Adi Susanto from Bali, Indonesia You did such a fantastic job capturing our wedding day! We couldn't have imagined the photos turning out better! We feel so fortunate to have you. This was easily one of the best decisions that we made for our wedding. Thank you so much.

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Ayaka & Gerry

Photographed by Adi Susanto

Photographer Adi Susanto from Bali, Indonesia Adi, We love the beautiful photos that really captured the moments - bring back a lot of great memories! Cannot thank you enough for being a part of our big day! You weren't distracting and really made us feel at ease. You were amazing! Best, Ayaka and Gerry

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Trina & Dave

Photographed by Adi Susanto

Photographer Adi Susanto from Bali, Indonesia The pictures are AWESOME! We are so impressed, they were well worth the wait! We've been getting nothing but compliments and if I hear of anyone getting married I will certainly recommend you...

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Getting Married in Indonesia

Across its assortment of beautiful islands, Indonesia offers wedding couples a variety of distinct ethnicities, languages, cultures and religious customs that will bring a distinctive wedding experience. Indonesia consists of an incredible 17,508 islands, making it the world’s largest archipelagic state with an enormous variety of scenic wedding locations. Each wedding held here will possess its own unique flavor but will surely reflect certain facets of the diverse wedding traditions of Indonesia. Wedding photographers will be able to artistically capture the bride and groom, who are typically dressed in black velvet, according to many Indonesian customs. At the same time, shooting the ceremony amongst the sweet customary jasmine flowers will encapsulate the romance and excitement of the wedding festivities. Java is a fairly small island of Indonesia and is home to more than half of the country’s population as well as the capital city of Jakarta. Bali is a dream destination for both wedding couples and honeymooners, offering the best of tropical scenery, from stunning beaches to magnificent volcanoes. Sumatra is the second largest island, containing towering volcanoes and beautiful foothills, as well as hot springs, rivers and lakes. Another popular island is Lombok, an island with pepper-like sand and the ominous Mount Rinjani volcano. In addition, Lombok features a dramatic dance tradition that many find captivating to observe. Whatever the style or location in this country, the memories of an Indonesian wedding are certain to remain forever, especially through the outstanding photographs shot by a professional destination wedding photojournalist.

WPJA Indonesia Photographers Will Travel To:

Bali • Java • Kalimantan • Lombok • Madura • Nias • Riau Archipelago • Sulawesi • Sumatra • Timor • Jawa Barat (West Java) • Jawa Tengah (Central Java) • • • • Jawa Timur (East Java)Kalimantan Barat • Kalimantan Tengah • Kalimantan Timur • Maluku • Nusa Tenggara Barat • Nusa Tenggara Timur • Papua (Irian Jaya) • Riau • Sulawesi Utara • Sumatera Barat • Sumatera Utara • Yogyakarta • • Aceh • Badung • Balikpapan • Bandung • Banjarmasin • Banyuwangi • Bekasi • Bogor • Bukittinggi • Cirebon • Cucukan • Denpasar • Gianyar • Jakarta • Jepara • Jimbaran • Karangasem • Kendari • Kuta • Malang • Manado • Mataram • Medan • Palembang • Pasuruan • Pontianak • • • Salatiga • Samarinda • Sanur • Semarang • Senggigi • Sleman • Sumedang • Surabaya • Surakarta • Tangerang • Ubud • Ujungpandang