Tinos, dubbed by philosopher Cornelius Castoriadis as the “handmade island,” is one of the rising island destinations in the Cyclades. An ideal destination for nature lovers, architecture and art aficionados or gastronomy enthusiasts! Tinos is the homeland of great Greek artists of marble carving such as Gyzis, Lytras, Chalepas, Filippotis and Sochos. These artists were famous for their creations, which raised the island’s marble-carving tradition to new heights.
Ioannis and Zafeiria gathered some close friends and family to celebrate their union in the beautiful island of Tinos. The wedding had a unique boho style with chamomile details vintage cars and a selection of traditional instrumentalists.
With the passage of time the island may have changed, but we can still feel the spirit of a distant glorious past. Its rich multi-cultural heritage, its historic monuments, its stunning natural landscape, its crystal clear seas, and its excellent weather all year round explain why Corfu is one of the most cosmopolitan Mediterranean destinations weaving a powerful spell on its visitors. Sophia and Giorgos fell under that spell and chose Corfu for their wedding photoshoot despite that their wedding ceremony took place just outside of thessaloniki at the beautiful old church of St. George.
” Beneath, the sand is soft and warm.
Sculpted by nature, it’s weathered the storm.
A passionate battle between calmness and rage,
A new chapter’s beginning; don’t turn the last page “
John & Anna travelled all the way from Cologne, Germany to Kavala to have their pre wedding photo session by the sea.
Shaped like Poseidon’s trident, Halkidiki’s prongs jut out into the Aegean Sea. Lush green forests extend all the way to the beachfront where reflections of golden sunlight add sparkling hues to turquoise waters. Long stretches of beautiful ever-changing shoreline, unique archaeological sites, world-renowned Christian monuments, lesser-known natural wonders and man-made masterpieces have all helped shape the region’s diverse identity, made even more interesting by the rich local culinary and cultural heritage. Argiris and angeliki chose chalikidi as the location of their wedding for all those reasons mentioned above. The wedding took place in the old stone churche of Ag Nikitas with the big stone Bell house and the beatufil view.
Thassos is the most northerly of the Greek islands. it’s part of the Aegean group and offers a quiet and relaxed atmosphere. The island is relatively unspoiled by tourism and tends to be greener than a lot of the other Greek islands. Eelitsa & Yanko got married in Sofia, Bulgaria but chose Thassos as the place of their wedding photoshoot and party. The islands green forest that meet the sea were the perfect background for their wedding pictures and the beatufil karnagio bar in Limenas was the perfect venue for their wedding party.
Matina and Alexandros traditional wedding took place in the small village of Agios Athanasios just outside of Drama. Both Matina and Alexandros decided to have their preparations at their family houses with all their best friends present. The wedding was traditional but elegant with minimal decorations. The couple chose a beach for their wedding photos as they both love the ocean.
Marina and Konstantinos decided to have their wedding in the small town of Nea Peramos, just 17 kilometers outside of their hometown Kavala. They decided to have a boho themed wedding with earth tones, flowers and wooden details. The ceremony took place in the small traditional church of Panagia Faneromeni with the beatiful arches and the wooden bell tower.
The Vlatadon Monastery, which is located at Ano Poli (North City) of Thessaloniki, is the chief Byzantine Monastery of the city. It is still in use and it offers the visitor a spectacular view of Thermaikos bay in Thessaloniki. Panagiota and vangelis chose this monastery to perform the wedding. The old byzantine buildings, the sunset and the view of the cityscape created the perfect scenery for their special day.
Giorgos and Stavroula. A traditional wedding at mount Pangaion.