Tag: Greek Wedding
Katie & Roubesh ♥ Corfu, Greece
Photographer: Penelope Photography
I almost don’t know where to begin with describing today’s destination wedding! It’s tempting to say it’s AMAZING and leave it at that as it truly is stunning and the incredible photographs from Penelope Photography perfectly convey the essence of this gorgeous garden wedding…
…Of course I can’t just leave it there though! It would be just plain rude of me to not mention the flowers for a start; I honestly don’t think I’ve seen a more beautiful flower-filled destination wedding day.
Katie and Roubesh chose a fabulous private villa in Corfu for their outdoor ceremony and reception, and they covered every element of their celebration with soft, delicate, pastel buds. From the wow-factor floral altar to the wedding aisle bursting with blooms, from the blossoming table décor to the fragrant lavender boutonnieres, this darling day was everything you could dream a garden wedding to be and more.
The flickering candlelit lanterns and Katie’s soft lace sweetheart gown further complemented the romantic and dreamy atmosphere. *Sigh!* You’re going to love this one….
One of the best things about getting married abroad is that you get to enjoy a holiday with all of your loved ones! Make this special time together even more memorable by planning get-togethers such as a welcome party – this will give your guests time to properly unwind after their long journey whilst creating an opportunity for everyone to get to know each other before the big day.
Katie and Roubesh decided to do just that. As a warm welcome for their nearest and dearest who had travelled from all over the world for their special day, they threw an alfresco cocktail party, perfectly setting the stylish tone for their gorgeous garden wedding day in Corfu…which is coming up on the blog later this morning! It’s seriously amazing and not to be missed!
Here’s a glimpse at their pre-wedding sunset soiree to give you a little taster of the chic celebration that is to come on the blog later today, along with some inspiration and ideas for planning a welcome party at your own destination wedding.
Fyllenia & Panagiotis ♥ Athens, Greece
Photographer: Elias Kordelakos
With wonderful sunshine smiling down on the UK this week, this beautiful and chic summer garden wedding that took place just on the outskirts of Athens in Greece should inspire your warm weather loving heart!
Today’s darling duo chose to tie the knot outdoors at the stunning Laas Estate, built from natural stone, surrounded by landscaped gardens and wow-factor panoramic views, this venue is truly enchanting.
The romantic destination wedding location was delicately decorated with rustic touches to create a simple-yet-stunning, countryside chic theme and the brilliant Elias Kordelakos was on hand to capture all of the magic on camera.
Anthea & Marty ♥ Spetses, Greece
Photographer: Anna Roussos
If you are considering getting married in Greece, you’ll be convinced that it is the right place to tie the knot once you see today’s stunning wedding on the sunshiny island of Spetses in Greece.
Anthea arrived at the ceremony in a horse and carriage (which is still the most popular mode of transport on the island!) adorned with blooming local flowers, whilst her Vera Wang (no less!) veil sashayed in the slight sea breeze. Marty was there to greet her, looking dapper in his sleek Dolce and Gabbana suit and then they said “I Do” with a traditional Greek ceremony in a picturesque church.
This wedding is certainly what destination dreams are made of and if you love the photos of Anthea and Marty’s big day, then you just have to watch their wonderful wedding film, it’s sooooooo romantic.
“Everyone has that one place – the place that, to them, personifies everything perfect about the world. For me, as a Greek-American, that place is Spetses. I first visited the island as a child, and from the moment I arrived fell in love with the island’s dreamy elegance and old world charm. I have returned again and again, and every time I leave, promise to return one more time.”