A Romantically Simple Elopement Inspiration from the Island of Ios, might be all you need this year!
When visiting the Greek islands one can’t fail to notice that simple island style living. Which is also the base of this Romantically Simple Elopement Inspiration by The Isle wedding planners.
As we are still navigating the new wedding planning rules, keeping it simple might just be what you need. Only you and your loved one – the Ios Lovers! And hey, you can always throw a great party after all this is over!
On the other hand, big celebrations are maybe just not your thing! In any case, if you’re looking for a simple, yet super romantic and down to earth exchange of your vows, the Greek islands are definitely your best choice!
From The Isle Wedding Planners:
“A love that developed over the summer season. Two souls intertwined; their love sweet like honey. James Day and Alexis Van Schalkwyk knew of each other back in Cape Town. However, their souls came together on a little Greek island in the Cyclades. Ios is truly a place to be drunk in love. When we decided to organise an Elopement inspiration shoot on the beach, I was fixated on capturing Jimmy and Lexi sweet new love. Their sun kissed skin, salty hair and the infectious smiles were perfect for the ‘GOLDEN HOUR’ intimate beach elopement shoot. Which was beautifully captured by Australian photographer, Lewis Martin.
The Isle’s inspiration for this ‘golden hour’ shoot was certainly a relaxed intimate Ios setting. With the sound of soft waves and a slight breeze in the air. Overall, the tone was set for Jimmy and Lexi. All nerves washed away, and you could see the sheer enjoyment they shared, just being together. The Isle designed a cascading bouquet and styled a ceremony table with loose fabric and a floral centrepiece. As the sun began to set and the sky changed colour, Martin captured the silhouette as the couple embraced on a more intimate level.
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Photography, Lewis Martin