Fotini and Adam decided to get married in Tinos island in the Cyclades, as the bride's family came from Greece. The couple loved being by the sea and were looking for a traditional Greek island to have their wedding.
The loved the Cycladic Architecture, white washed houses and bright colours and contrasts of the local landscape. Tinos was the perfect spot!
They chose a traditional ceremony in the picturesque village of Ysternia which had the most breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea, followed by a more mellow, beach-side venue for their reception.
They incorporated a neutral palette with soft creams for their bridal party attire, while their reception and florals were all white in order to complement the bohemian style of their reception.
The bride designed all stationary herself in soft creams and terracotta tones and the florals she chose were modern and minimalistic in style in order to create a more modern feel in the decor.
One of the most special moments of the day was right after the ceremony where the bridal party took photos in the traditional Cycladic village, all looking beautiful while the local residents cheered them on from their balconies!
It was a truly special day, and an authentic Greek experience for all guests.