ETHEREAL BRIDAL INSPIRATION ON MYKONOS
Today's post is a hymn to bridal beauty! The bride’s-to-be beauty is combined with the beauty of Mykonos and the result is simply amazing. Through Cornelia Lietz’s lenses you can admire the unique light that bathes Greek islands for more than six months a year, the endless blue sea and sky and the typical architecture of the Cyclades. The light summer breeze plays with the gorgeous dress of Greek fashion house Vasia Tzotzopoulou giving us very inspiring images. Styling and organization was done by wedding planner Kiss from Fleur that can bring your dream wedding in Mykonos to life.
Kiss from Fleur told us: "We are inspired by romance that breaks conventions. Love and imperfect beauty found in shadows and dreams, in windswept landscapes and spontaneous adventures.
An ethereally divine sheer silk gown with delicate handmade crochet detailing amidst exposed washed white brick walls, simple and elegant, inspired by movement and fluidity, hugging our muses body before blown away by the island of the wind.
Taken away by the serene beauty, we found in this intimate ceremony place, bleached out of all colour, infinite light and tranquil enchantment.
A majestic medieval cathedral, located along Mykonos Town shoreline, represents itself spectacular in simplicity, staged against colourless silvery water, offering a mood of balance, sparsity and purity - an antidote to everything that is over-styled in weddings, with props, clutter and trends, and distracts from the moment itself.
Pulled from another realm, a rare barnacle statement headpiece offers unexpected styling and stunning extension of theme for a ceremony by the sea. Oversized it seems as it was found in the deep sea of the ancient Hellenic Nereids, and it works beautifully against our bride´s sheer silk dress and takes her to a divine level."
Photography: Cornelia Lietz | Wedding Planning and Event Styling: Kiss from Fleur | Flowers: Petridis | Barnacle Crown: Heart of Gold Designs | Bridal Dress: Vasia Tzotzopoulou | Venue: Church of Panagia Paraportiani, Mykonos