The most magical engagement on a private pier that ended with a sailing yacht ride into the sunset!
You just have to get inspired by these two lovebirds that got engaged in Rhodes with a romantic picnic setup on a private pier in Líndos, Dhodhekanisos, Greece
Giannis & Georgia were planning to have a religious wedding this year. However, as many couples, they had to postpone it due to the pandemic! They have decided to postpone their wedding so they can celebrate with all of their friends and family!
Here you can see their pre-wedding engagement shoot, which they might not opt for otherwise! And boy are we happy they did, as the results are absolutely, romantically breath-taking! And what about that gorgeous sailing yacht ride into the sunset which made this the most magical engagement?!
Tell us a bit more about how you met and how did he propose?
Our story begins on the beach, as we are both unconditionally in love with the sea.
It was August the 7th of 2013 when I went with my friends to Saint Pauls Bay in Lindos for a swim. This bay is located under the Acropolis of Lindos in Rhodes and it is considered a highlight of the island!
While I was enjoying the sun and the view of the Acropolis reflecting on the pristine waters of the bay, I saw him coming out of the water wearing his scuba diving equipment. From the moment our eyes met we both knew. I approached him and asked, if I could try scuba diving with him. He answered that I should definitely try it. We ended up chatting on the beach all day and then we arranged to meet again. We had our first date in Lindos town where we went out at night, and from that moment on, we are together.
Sometime after that, he proposed while we were having dinner in a seafood restaurant by the sea. While we were having our dinner it started raining but the night was so magical that we didn’t mind so we continued having our wine in the rain!
A bit later we decided to enjoy the night sky at the beach. I turned for a bit to take some pictures when Giannis hugged me and gave me the ring! He said “you can start planning our wedding, this ring is now yours.”
It was such a magical moment which we will never forget. That is the reason why we decided to have the engagement photoshoot by the sea as well. We wanted to look at the pictures while reminiscing this beautiful moments of our love.
What about your wedding plans?
And then Covid- 19 pandemic happened! We remained calm and positive in hopes that until the day of our wedding everything might be fine. But that was not the case of course. It was just a month before the wedding that we decided to postpone it for next year. We made this decision because there was a limitation on the number of the guests we could invite and time limit on the venue was until midnight.
Now we are planning for our wedding (fingers crossed) to happen next year in September 2021 at the same location. The ceremony will be at the chapel of Saint Paul, where we met and the wedding party on a beautiful garden on the beach.
This photo shoot was an unforgettable experience for us, we simply loved every minute of it. It was the most magical engagement shoot we could have asked for. Having such an inspiring photographer and our friends present at the location of the photoshoot made it really special.
Dreaming of a Greek Wedding Theme? Traditional Greek weddings are often lively affairs with an abundance of food, wine and dancing. Nowadays, couples who want a Grecian ceremony and reception usually prefer a rustic setting. This makes farm venues the ideal location for Greek-style weddings. Remember, you don’t have to be Greek to incorporate the culture into your wedding. What’s important is ensuring that you, your partner and your guests have a fabulous time on your special day.
Nuptials in this Mediterranean style is generally traditional but joyful occasions. Everything about Greece, from the food to the dancing, is a celebration of life. So here are some tips about Greek weddings that will come in handy when you tie the knot at a farm venue.
Dress up like a Grecian
In all probability, your ideal wedding dress will be a Greek-inspired outfit. However, rather than a simple toga, why not choose a gown decorated with the classic Greek colours of gold and white? With an elegant design, this type of dress will make the bride look like a 21st-century Greek goddess. In fact, most Grecian-style wedding dresses are seductive with their smooth lines, unique appearance and individual charm. They also tend to emphasise the bride’s best attributes!
Stefania and head wreaths are commonplace at Greek weddings and as an added bonus they can be made from the plants found on a farm. For instance, rosemary and beautiful dry flowers will enhance any wreath. Because of the countryside location, you will have the option of choosing the plants and flowers you prefer.
Of course, we cannot forget the wedding bouquet, a must-have for any bride. You can create an eye-catching display by using blossoms such as:
Naturally, one of your most important tasks is to book a farm or barn venue that can accommodate all your ceremony and reception requirements. There are many traditional venues in Greece to choose from. But if you love Greece and Greek culture Crockwell Farm for instance can offer you this experience outside Greece. They have barns, gardens and fields where you can plan your ideal Greek wedding.
Prepare the food
Food is an essential aspect of any Greek wedding. If you want to create an authentic Mediterranean menu, you should consider dishes that include:
traditional Greek or bread salad Dakos
fresh sea scallops
These dishes are often marinated with lemon and olive over a barley rusk to retain their flavour and juices. Greek wedding celebrations also usually have a large amount of meat on offers, such as goat, lamb or pork.
One such popular dish is youvetsi which is lamb or beef braised and marinated with orzo (a type of pasta similar to rice) and tomatoes. Traditionally, people use clay pots to cook youvetsi.
Of course, no wedding celebration is complete without alcohol. Fortunately, you will have plenty of popular Greek spirits to choose from.
Ouzo – a dry anise-flavoured drink
Metaxa – a famous Greek brandy that has been aged for decades
Mastic liqueur – a unique spirit distilled from the resin droplets of the mastic tree
Retsina – this wine originates from the Greek island of Xios and is made from pine resin
Baklava is a type of pastry with multiple layers of thin dough and various nuts. After they have finished their main course, your guests can enjoy baklava with some strong Greek coffee. Alternatively, you can serve tiropita (cheese pastry) for dessert if you top it up with honey.
You can arrange all these foods and drinks on long tables decorated with olive branches.
The Kalamatianós is an ancient dance that is often performed at Greek celebrations. On a wedding day, however, this dance carries special significance. The bride is in the centre while her maid of honour is on her left-hand side. The female guests will then hold hands and encircle them. While this dance is usually for female participants, some of the men may decide to join in.
The Zembekiko is a dance reserved for the groom, best man and all the male guests at the reception. It has a similar dance circle as the Kalamatianós. Those who don’t participate in the dance can kneel and clap along with the music.
The wedding dollar dance is a tradition that is observed even by those living outside of Greece. Here, guests throw dollar bills or money at the bride and groom while they move around the dance floor. Alternatively, people can pin the cash to the couple’s wedding attire. However, this money isn’t a substitute for a wedding gift, it’s just a light-hearted way of congratulating the newlyweds.
Hand out wedding favours
One of the most exciting features of a traditional Greek wedding is the favours, known as Bomboniere, which are usually made from almonds coated with candy. The combination of sweet and salt is a symbol of life and the favours represent hope for more sweetness than bitterness. You can put them in traditional hand-knitted pouches or even wrap them with evil-eye charms for good luck just as they do in Greece.
Guests will typically receive an odd number of almonds (usually five). This signifies the lasting power of the marriage. Each candy is a symbol of the newlywed’s hopes and dreams; for example:
Planning a Greek-style wedding will take time and effort. Fortunately, most farm venues can be viewed as a blank canvas which you can decorate it any way you wish. Farms are locations bursting with life and nature, and you could even have the ceremony and reception inside a barn or outside in a garden. What matters most is choosing a farm venue that will allow you to celebrate your perfect Greek wedding theme.
About the honeymoon
If you’ve decided on a Greek-themed wedding then it makes sense to spend your honeymoon in Greece. There are numerous beautiful islands to choose from.
Santorini. This island is ideal if you want to relax as you enjoy the sun and the beautiful beaches. If this is your first visit, you should take a trip to the big villages such as Thira and Oia. In fact, there are many stunning locations to consider. For example, you could decide to enjoy a meal and a glass of wine as you sit atop the island’s famous cliffs.
Mykonos. This island is bigger than Santorini and has beautiful sandy beaches. It is also famous for its nightclub scene and is especially trendy during the summer months.
Antiparos. This small island is perfect for honeymooners who prefer some adventure rather than the party scene. The beach is secluded and perfect for snorkelling or paddleboarding. Meanwhile, the town is host to many stylish cafés and bars.
A Greek wedding theme at a farm venue will be a joyful occasion that newlyweds will remember fondly for many years to come. Mediterranean wedding celebrations are steeped in exuberant symbolism. For example, guests will undoubtedly enjoy the delicious meals and tasty dessert menus from the Greek islands. In addition, the various traditional dances will ensure a lively and festive atmosphere. Most importantly, the wedding itself will be a promise of hope and wonderful life for the happy couple.
Greek Summer can be the best choice for your Welcome Dinner!
We believe it’s time for some summer inspiration from Greece! If you are planning a destination wedding, you are probably looking for some ideas. in this article, find out how can you incorporate Greek or island native objects and traditions. Make sure to plan also for the after-party by the pool!
As you probably have noticed by now, Greece is not only blue and while. Although blue plays a big role here, nonetheless, this country is so much more. Every island has its own history and its own traditions, art and aesthetics. From Cycladic to Venetian and all in between. Which one is your favourite style?
The island of Rhodes certainly has its own impressive history and style. With the gorgeous and lively old town surrounded by the wall and a majestic castle in the middle.
So let’s explore all traditions and details you can incorporate in your Greek Summer Welcome Dinner or destination wedding!
From George Liopetas Fine Art Photographer
Which is the best way to treat your guests when come to a destination wedding? A welcome part of course! Especially when this destination wedding takes place in the queen of Dodecanese Islands. I am talking for Rhodes Island of course, which tends to be one of the hottest Greek destinations!
Rhodes is such an interesting island. The streets hide so much history and castles with ghosts of knights strolling in their shining armor. We felt such a strong connection with the island and the substance the landscape brought to our photography. For us, interesting concepts are always what makes an editorial successful. The more interesting the style, the more visually dynamic. This Greek Summer Welcome Dinner inspiration was ticking all the boxes. We loved the unique color combination, warm tones so elegantly woven with the cool ones. It was like mixing sunrises and sunsets together to create the perfect palette.
As Golden Apple Weddings say:
“The idea was to bring together local specialities that brilliantly combine traditional, fresh ingredients, native flavors and hues. Instead of having welcome bags delivered to their rooms, the couple invites their loved ones to join them for cocktails, snacks, and goodies. Each guest can pack their own basket with a selection of items provided in a traditional welcome gift. Such as Rhodes artisan tiles, coasters and jewelry dishes or calligraphy postcards, And gourmet treats such as Koriandolino. A liqueur from Rhodes, which characteristic feature is the sugar-coated coriander branch that is inside the bottle. The charger and dessert plates, as well as the tiles we placed in lieu of a table runner, were made to order from Nassos Keramik. A native ceramics artisan whose legacy and craftsmanship have made their way into several European aristocracy homes.”
For the table setting, inspired by all the colour that may remind you the most amazing summer colour pallete, the florals by Kay Creation in addition to the magic inspiration of Setty Lepida and the girls behind Golden Apple Weddings will totally blow your mind off!
Allegoria Textile Delights from Italy totally amazed the setting in their fine linen and silk fabrics while cutlery and fabrics belong to one of the rarest Rhodian collections which is dating back to the 18th century. Our bride-to-be was styled by Anna Jill, owner of Kiss from Fleur, in a so Grecian minimal gown by Ancient Kallos, golden sandals and headpieces from the amazing Hear of Gold Designs.
What we cannot live anmentioned is the so inspiring, one of a kind, Manousenia Desings’ calligraphed paper goods in a so Mediterranean style. All those textures and colors were so elegantly fused, something truly refreshing and a unique answer to the more traditional stationery of the one or two colors.
When Niki of Seat Next to You reached out on our Instagram, we knew we had to feature this amazing lovestory!
Nikos and Zoe, got engaged in April and decided to get married this summer. After weeks of planning and designing their destination wedding weekend, their decision was to postpone their wedding for a year.
They felt disheartened and drained, despite knowing this was the right course of action for them.
They didn’t want this time to go by without being able to celebrate this new beginning and they came up with the idea of going back to their roots. And so they hosted a ‘traditional’ engagement reception a few weeks back. As they both believe in holding onto Greek traditions and customs, no matter how outdated they may seem and have fun while doing so.
And this is what they did a few Sundays ago. Their immediate families got together at Zoe’s family home where they celebrated in the family circle. They cooked, they decorated the house, they dressed up and in their own playful retro style, they had a beautiful meal, shared memorable moments and laughed a lot. This story will show you that there is always a way! Nikos and Zoe decided to embrace the reality and traditions!
And now, dive into this interview with Niki of Seat Next to You and the couple, Nikos and Zoe to read their story!
Zoe and Nikos, would you like to share your story with us?
When did you decide to get married, when was your wedding scheduled for, and a few details regarding your plans?
To be honest, we never thought it would happen this way. In the middle of a global pandemic. But it did and we wouldn’t have it any other way. In the past few months, we grew closer to each other; more than we ever have been in the three years we’ve been together. It’s a challenging time for many couples!
Living together 24/7, having no space and time for yourself, doing absolutely everything together… You just don’t know how things will turn out. For us, time ran smoothly; gracefully. Things weren’t always easy in this restricted new reality. But it was becoming more and more evident that we love learning everything about each other! Especially the not so ‘charming’ qualities. And so, one Sunday afternoon in mid-April, as we were doing house chores, we said ‘yes’ to a life together. To a life full of courage and love that no matter what, it always goes on…and that’s how we ‘got engaged’.
We decided to get married right away. We didn’t want to wait any longer. Our plan was to get married at the end of August and host a big party in Halkidiki. The place where we both spent our summers growing up and is full of fond memories. Things moved really quickly from then on. We reached out to Niki, one of Zoe’s closest friends who is also a wedding planner and we started designing our wedding straight away. Our ceremony and venue were the first items on our agenda. Although site visits were not allowed, we leveraged the use of technology and made significant progress. In just two weeks’ following the proposal, we were ready to send out our ‘save the date’ cards. Except we didn’t.
When did you think for the very first time that you might have to postpone your wedding?
It must have been early May when we started to think that we may have to postpone our wedding. Constantly being bombarded by ‘new’ information regarding weddings this summer, speaking to vendors covering every eventuality in our communications, spending hours on the phone with our families explaining how this was going to ‘work’ left us feeling emotionally exhausted. Our families were concerned and couldn’t share our joy and excitement all this time. They were nervous, reserved and hesitant about us getting married during this crisis. All these fears and concerns started to take their toll on us too.
Very soon, we too, started to realize that non-stop dancing and singing till morning, hugging and sharing our love with our favorite people perhaps wouldn’t be feasible. We would have to restrict our guest list, implement social distancing and other measures according to the latest government guidelines. Some of our guests would not be able to attend at all. And most would have to make travel, work and family arrangements without really knowing how things will progress over the course of the summer. At the same time, people were asking us questions that we didn’t have the answers to. For example, how early did they need to book flights for? Would there be a 14-day quarantine in Greece? Are there hotels offering flexible accommodation?. Needless to say, all of the above painted a picture of a wedding that was miles away from the one we had in mind.
What made you decide to postpone your wedding in the end?
These first few weeks in May were an emotional rollercoaster for us. We took a step back, spent a few days discussing things, just the two of us. In the end, we realized that it was truly important to us to be able to celebrate our big day with our family and friends. Just the way we had imagined it from the very beginning, when the time was right, and without any discounts. And that was the true cause to postpone our wedding. However, this did not mean that we had to pause everything right now. We wholeheartedly believe that when nothing is sure, everything is possible. This became our motto and got us thinking.
What was the reaction from your family and friends?
Everyone embraced our decision to postpone and were very understanding. It was and still is a stressful and uncertain time for everyone, and now they have one less thing to worry about. Because most – if not every single one of our guests – were somewhat concerned about our plans. Some more vocal than others. But it was a shared feeling and we just did not want to prolong this nervousness any further.
How do you feel now that you have decided to postpone your wedding??
Zoe: Relieved! It was rather stressful and challenging for us having to design our dream wedding while dealing with all sorts of emotions. Mostly uncertainty, and managing travel plans for our family and friends coming from Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States. We are now taking the time to re-consider some of our decisions. However, with renewed enthusiasm and passion, we will be making better and bigger plans for the future.
And so, from full wedding planning mode you decided to do something different. Tell us a bit about your idea to host a ‘traditional’ engagement reception.
Nikos: I must admit, this change of direction was a much-needed distraction. When Zoe first came up with the idea, I went silent for a minute and then we both burst out laughing – it was PERFECT. Funny, romantic, somewhat ‘silly’ maybe, a bit of out of date, but nevertheless fit for purpose. With the restrictions lifted, we were able to see our immediate families again. So we decided to host a small Sunday lunch to celebrate together in Zoe’s family home. In a beautiful balcony, overlooking the city of Thessaloniki, in a warm and relaxed environment. Our families met ‘officially’ for the very first time, with one task! To give us their blessing, like they did in the old days.
What made this day so special for you?
It was certainly a combination of things! Our mums dressed up elegantly, and everyone had their ‘Sunday’ clothes on to honor us and celebrate our reunion. The kitchen table was beautiful. With a buffet style, full of traditional filo pies and everything and anything you can imagine! From salads to loads of finger food, while in the oven Zoe’s mother was preparing a stuffed meatloaf with potatoes. My mother, on the other hand, had prepared spaghetti and meatballs (a Neapolitan favourite) and tiramisu for dessert. These are just two of her signature dishes and it was her own way of saying: ‘from Italy (where she comes from), with love’.
The veranda was so brightly colored from the various flowers and plants, it even had trees! Zoe’s family had started to look after this particular space shortly after Zoe was born and now it’s full of greenery, pretty much like a garden. A huge amount of care and thought went into making this an absolutely charming place and we loved the atmosphere; every little detail was inviting.
In this setting, which resembled more a cosy gathering than an engagement reception, our mothers, in between preparations and snacking, started to exchange life stories. And the ice broke. In a smooth and effortless way, without us even noticing it.
Zoe: Can I just add that he also brought me the most g-o-r-g-e-o-u-s bouquet with my favorite spring wildflowers? I was over the moon! Back to our story: shortly after, the real ‘stars’ of the day arrived, all dressed-up: my grandparents. It was the first time in two and a half months that they were leaving their house. And they did it just for us, to give us their blessing, and take photos with us to remember these moments. My grandmother also gave us her delicate handmade crochet doilies which she has been making for two years as my wedding favors.
We obviously ate a lot that day. Words cannot describe how amazing the food was! We even had the traditional ‘bezedes’ (meringues) as custom has it, a very exceptionally selected rose wine, as well as mouth-watering desserts that didn’t last long. Later on, my two beloved cousins also joined. We were happy to hear the snatches of conversations, news shared, glasses clicking, and giggles everywhere after this isolation period.
Looking back on that day, it was without a doubt very emotionally charged, yet comforting at the same time. All the small details played their part and what we experienced was truly unique and authentic. Amidst taking photos, drinking, eating and chatting, we managed to create a very light and relaxed mood for everyone.
In hindsight, this might have been the happy medium we were after from the moment we realized we’d have to postpone our wedding plans for a year. A close family celebration which would break the ice and lift some uncertainty and concerns for the future – all very much present while on lockdown. A Sunday fiesta full of love, laughter and our parents glancing at us, giving us their blessing. And, above all, a memorable experience for us combined with an urban family photo shoot, to capture these blessed moments in time.
From your recent experience on this, what would you advise other couples that might be in the same situation?
Nikos: My advice to other couples is to do exactly what you feel comfortable with right now; be unapologetically you and if that means to have a very intimate wedding this year, with just your family in your balcony or backyard, do simply that.
Zoe: Do not be afraid to say, ‘I want to have fun with you no matter what’ and dream beyond the difficult period we live in. You can reschedule your wedding for next year but still celebrate your decision and union with a few of your favorite people in the world this year by having an engagement party (or just party)! Open up to new ideas and do not forget to laugh.
Our dream team:
Concept, design + couple: Νίκος Ράμμος + Ζωή Θεμελή
When it comes to weddings in Greece anything is possible. And we love it!
This Two Brides Ethereal Wedding absolutely took our breath away! Above all, the eco-conscious florals arranged in the ethereal way the ultra-modern invitations at this gorgeously romantic location in Thessaloniki!
If eerie wedding style is what you like, then this Two Brides Ethereal Wedding will be your ultimate Inspiration!
From Polka Dot Photojournalism
“Her eyes are pure stars, and her fingers, if they touch you, freeze you to the bone”
– Virginia Woolf, Orlando
“The concept of love is something universal. More so, the people we choose to love and create memories with, do not understand borders, forms and social conventions. Love is love.
Fondo Special Occasions underlines how the choices and manifestations of love can be elegant and certainly beautiful and memorable. Moreover, this editorial photoshoot takes inspiration from the love story of two historic women, Virginia Woolf and her lover Vita Sackville-West. The whole set up and art direction has a vintage feeling or in other words, a ghost-like aesthetic. Therefore, it’s an ode to the romantic past with a modern twist.
The beautiful building, constructed in 1919, is the best backdrop for an exceptionally realized love and marriage story. Furthermore, the neutral color pallets, with shades of beige, off whites and greys, accentuate the down to earth, simple yet elegant aesthetics of the event.
However, true to the spirit of this historic love story, the invitations use the lunaria flower on weathered paper. A reference to the love letters the two women sent to each other for years. That is to create a romantic, almost ritualistic tone for all the wedding guests.
Two Brides Ethereal Wedding Decor
Natural materials like ceramic vases and plates set the table, with linen cloths, crystal glasses and pure white candles complimenting and completing the whole concept. Above all, the mindset of everything elegant, beautiful and naturalistic.
Beautiful branches are a reference to the “still life” art form. Furthermore, the shocking white lunaria flower and the majestic pampas grass, compose the flower arrangements that decorate the eventful evening. However, lunaria and the scene-stealing berenklauw, an oversized dandelion, were chosen for the bridal bouquets.
In addition, the two beautiful brides were wear flowing ethereal chiffon and silk gowns. The dresses show the natural curves of the appealing female physique, consequently highlighting the charming and seductive nature of women. Which is certainly celebrated in this specific wedding inspiration.
Above all, an event that underlines love and the intertwining of femininity, elegance and naturalism.”
This Hellenic Chic Elopement from Santorini is surely going to inspire you to elope to Greece!
Another gorgeous and romantic elopement from Santorini, because elopements can be your next best choice this year!
Beautifully captured by Mirror Studio, this couple decided to tie the knot in one of the most beautiful islands of Greece. And surely Europe’s top location for your destination wedding!
Santorini truly is a magical place! Now, get inspired by their story and their Greek inspired or Hellenic Chic Elopement!
FROM THE BRIDE:
“Brad and I knew each other through a group of mutual friends. But the sparks didn’t fully register until a group trip to Santa Cruz for New Year’s 2016. The day after the trip he emailed me and asked if I’d like to go on a date. And we’ve been together ever since. He proposed last February. He told me to pack my bags and we went on a long hike along the Point Reyes Coastal Trail. We checked into our BnB overlooking the ocean. It was on that porch he got down on one knee and said: “Before we do anything else I just need to know one thing – will you marry me?”. After many happy tears and hugs, we went down to the beach and made a bonfire. We finished the night with a romantic dinner at the Pelican Inn nearby.
The best moment of our elegant chic elopement was exchanging our vows. We had done a small ceremony in San Francisco just days before we flew to Greece. Then we incorporated the traditional vows. Santorini was the first time we had a chance to express our personal vows to one another. And doing so in this breathtaking setting was such an impactful moment.
About this Hellenic Chic Elopement
Largely inspired by the stunning Greek Cyclades, I wanted to embrace the natural surroundings, so we stuck to a palate of white, off-white, light blue, grey and green. I wanted my outfit to draw from ancient or traditional Greek styles and chose a dress with delicate drapery and gold-toned accessories.
Once we decided to do the wedding in Greece, we only had about 2 months to get everything in order. I simultaneously started shopping online, made one appointment with a local dress shop and a tailoring appointment. After trying on a few options, the one that I purchased online was it. It’s by Maria Lucia Hohan and with a few tailoring modifications, ended up being the perfect dress. I love how it flowed in the wind.”
This Utopian Love Story in Mykonos will take your breath away!
Anna Jill of Kiss from Fleur styled and designed this epic wedding inspiration. With different setups that certainly fit the luxury and glamorous island lifestyle of Mykonos!
In collaboration with Ceremony by Rakor Event Rental, they set up a dreamy elegant and fashion led editorials. In addition with different wedding ceremony backdrops which are tailored for the modern island lifestyle!
This styled wedding inspiration certainly is epic! From mirror columns dominating the Mykonian seaside venue to bridal shorts and unique Greek-made bridal pantsuit! Now dive into this glamorous and unique Love Story in Mykonos.
Furthermore, lightness and grace embodies the entire wedding styling of this bohemian elopement wedding Love Story in Mykonos. From the table decoration, similarly to the staging of the wedding ceremony by the sea.
“Just pure nature. Just pure love. The love for wildlife and the love between our couple Ada and Joan, are a perfect match at this authentic Bohemian Elopement. And even more, both unique in their own way. Because at this intimate wedding for just the two of them, the essential is in the spotlight. And that is the love between Ada and Joan in the natural look of Mykonos. This elopement is a wonderful way for the couple to individually arrange their big day and to consciously enjoy this special moment in privacy – in a typical Greek beach villa on Mykonos, their personal hotspot.
The deliberate combination of the rustic ambience of the island in combination with the noble decoration of the wedding ceremony as well as the table, integrates the unique nature of Mykonos. The sound of the waves, the sun reflections on the natural stone floor of the terrace, the clay plastering of the luxury villa in the local style create the island vibes of an authentic bohemian elopement Love Story in Mykonos.”
LOVE STORY IN MYKONOS AT THE PRIVATE VILLA
Nature inspired styling of Kiss from Fleur picks up decorative elements in subtle earth and sand hues. Which are enhanced by isolated pink tones, filigree dried flowers and ivory-coloured linen and silk textiles. Reflected are lightness and transcendence. This atmosphere is transferred harmoniously to the bridal couple and creates a familiar and at the same time glamorous atmosphere. Which guarantees well-being and creates intimate moments at this elopement Love Story in Mykonos. The bride is wearing a unique two-piece Greek lace pantsuit design by Atelier Zolotas. While the groom matches the overall look, styled in natural sandy tones by The Bloke.