At the southernmost tip of the Attic peninsula, Cape Sounion, noted for its Temple of Poseidon, hosts an elegant wedding editorial by the sea. In a rustic, organic atmosphere,surrounded on three sides by the sea, sparkles of Golden Age, bring out this exquisite wedding inspiration.
Perched on the headland, trailing the bride to be, the Temple of the God of the Sea, stands for the aesthetic of the settlements and that of the bridal style. Attired in her long white Caravan wedding gown, from chiffon and lace, she awaits us to join a dream for a wedding on the seashore. The light salty breeze relocates the whispers of the seafoam, to her coral hair. Those whispers once where told, beneath a night sky, for a dreamt wedding settlement like this. A wedding bouquet, with greenish olive and eucalyptus leaves, relates with the nature’s additives and protects the pastel pink and white roses inside. White tablecloths, gold cutlery in triplets, viridian green crystals and chalky o’hara garden roses, will accompany the wedding treats. The wedding nourishment could not be other than pure olive oil bottled up, like the aspiration of the couple, that Fairytales Come True By Vicky wedding planner, serves exquisitely, endorsing her identification.
Framing those elements, the wedding invitations depicted the same florals and color pallets. On that spot of the mainland of Greece, the God of The Sea, was admired for centuries. That could be the only spot, where such a wedding inspiration would arise.
Cape Sounion, Greece
Event and Wedding Planning: Fairytales Come True By Vicky
Photography: Fiorello Photography
Stationary: Love Me Do
Cinematographer: Dimitris Haidis| Flowers: Lionakis Dimitris| Wedding Gowns: Karavan| Wedding Cake: Danai's Cakes By K |Make up & Hairstyle: Aggeliki Karagrigoriou| Muse: Vasiliki Vlachou| Bridal Shoes: Nine West| Bridal Earrings: Folli Follie