Today on our blog we present a wonderful Boheme Workshop photoshoot that took place in idyllic Santorini. Each image gives us the perfect wedding inspiration. The photoshoot represents the Geometric Period of Greek Art, which lasted from 900 – 700BC, known for features such as geometric shapes, repetition of patterns and simplified clean lines, gracefully portrayed in all these images.
“Taking in the Santorini landscape, I could see these ideas everywhere; the repetition of endless white stairs, the clean lines of the Oia architecture, the patterns projected onto the washed white walls through shadow as the sun moved around the island.” – Creative Director, Tahnee Sanders
We couldn’t be more thrilled to have been a part of this great experience and we hope you enjoy it as much as we have. Santorini's breathtaking views are the perfect background while its unique geometry and the clean lines of the modern white dress by New York’s Houghton flawlessly complete the concept.
Photographer Sotiris Tsakanikas plays with the structures of the buildings and the Cycladic architectural lines, while perfectly capturing the light to give us some excellent photos and portraits.
The Boheme Workshops are fine art photography experiences led by the award winning wedding photographer Vasia Han.
Photographer: Sotiris Tsakanikas | Creative Direction & Styling: Tahnee Sanders for Boheme Workshops | Florals: Celsia Floral | Planning: Stella and Moscha | Hair & Makeup: Frantzeska Koukoula | Stationery: Tara Spencer | Model: New Model Agency | Modern Gown: Union Bridal | Earrings: Leah Alexandra + Rings: Melanie Auld from The Cross Design | Shoes: Zara | Hair piece: Naturae Design | Venue: Sun Rocks Boutique Hotel, Santorini