This beautiful minimal retro rock wedding took place in Patra. Lovely Dimitra and Dinos have decided to get hitched with minimal hassle and in the presence of their closest family and friends. The whole event was organized by the couple, as they wanted this day to reflect their own style and most importantly, their love to each other.
Dimitra, who was “walking for two”, chose a cute vintage white dress, while Dinos was wearing a retro style autumn suit. Bridal bouquet was simple, natural and made only with fuchsia Cyclamen flowers, which are native to Mediterranean Basin. Chick rock, rose gold metallic bridal shoes, where complimenting the rose gold wedding rings and bride’s rock vibe. This minimal wedding with vintage and rock details, was captured by George Liopetas Photography.
“Our day started without any anxiety, as it was filled with joy and smiles. Going against any taboos, Dimitra and Dinos began their preparations at their house.
Their main wedding concept was centered around everything being as simple as possible. They followed the famous saying, less is more. One could say that simplicity speaks on its own and other things are essential when it comes to this wedding. And speaking of simplicity, I can only describe the focal color of the day which was grey. The color of the sky throughout that rainy day.
The Orthodox ceremony was held at the local church. My favorite scene throughout the day was after the ceremony. If I had to put a title to this moment, it would have to be called “Umbrella’. Dimitra had an elegant see-through umbrella with lace details, in case of rain. She was not expected to use it while coming out of the church, since the rain had stopped falling, but she did end up using it, while the “rice rain” started which is one of the most essential Greek wedding traditions.
As the wedding came to an end, Dimitra, Dinos and I, headed towards Achaia Claus, one of the oldest and most prominent wineries in Greece. It is a truly fantastic place for photography inspiration. A place that combines in an incredible way the simplicity of stone and the character of fine wood. Pairing these materials, makes this special place even more unique. Some of these stunning buildings within the estate, were built in the 1860’s. The estate is also open to the public.”
Take a look at the full gallery here:
Did you like this wedding? Let us know in the comments bellow