Many would easily say that the long sandy beaches of California (couple’s hometown) shore could host ideally a beach wedding like this. However, Mykonos island is always surprising us, like now, when Tarryn and Joseph chose to get married on the shore of Alemagou beach, through an amazing open-air ceremony.
The adored couple got ready at the idyllic Cavo Tagoo Hotel, which offered unobstructed views to the Aegean blue. There with her bridesmaids who were dressed in pale pink dresses, the bride was attired with a strapless white wedding gown, with a long tail, all embroidered with elegant patrons. Her wedding shoes in shinning gold and white fabric prepared her to walk down the sandy aisle. A hair style of loose bun revealed the beauty of the wedding gown and hosted a long transparent perched veil. Joseph picked a light blue summerish wedding suit, matched with brown leather shoes. A flaming wedding bouquet with red velvet amaranths and green ferns contrasted exquisitely the scenery of the Aegean Sea behind the vows changing. There, a sea floating wedding ceremony stood up at Alemagou Beach with a wooden wedding arch and alike chairs. Plainly elegant and delicately impressive this sandy waterfront venue epitomized their long-lasting devotion and love. Alemagou bar, through a clean-cut gathering wedding reception, welcomed everyone in a rustic stoned atmosphere. Swinging pearly candles like sky’s stars and hanged red florals were above the wooden tables, topped along with white plates, silver cutlery and crystal glasses.
In a miniature heaven, this destination wedding in Mykonos, could not link more attractively, the adoration for the sea, and the desire for a pinch of a cosmopolitan aura. Capturing with heartily angle above all, Vasilis Kouroupis destination wedding photographer, shared those moments.
Photography: Vasilis Kouroupis| Venue: Alemagou Beach| Bride and Groom's preparation: Cavo Tagoo Hotel