THIS AMAZING MYKONIAN WEDDING FEELS LIKE SAND-TOEING
Getting married in Mykonos, Greece, introduces a rather ordinary destination wedding. Still, that ‘rather ordinary’ term has many orientations, especially when the wedding is taking place on the seafront of one of the most beautiful beaches of the Aegean, at Elia Beach Mykonos. Danielle and Isaac signed their spiritual ‘ketubah’ (contract) union, in a traditional frame barefoot, on one of the most cosmopolitan shores of the Mediterranean.
Bride’s wedding gown was a long layering white dress, long sleeved. The ‘Bedecken’ (veiling) of the ceremony ordered a prolonged transparent veil which was attached on her loose hairstyle with a symbolic olive-leave wreath. Isaac, dressed up in an airy linen suit served the color of the sand. A wedding bouquet with dense greenery and little white blossomed dots underlined the floral embellishments of the mambo wedding arch. With an eucalyptus’ curtain behind, the blessings which gave thanks for the delight of reaching this wonderful moment, realized through the first two cups of wine. Myconian Utopia Resort offered some of the most amazing views of the island’s landscapes and the sun-dazzling Aegean Sea. Hosting the dinner after within a minimalistic atmosphere, that wedding did not miss a thing from elegance and taste. White long tables, eucalyptus-leaves’ runners, bronze cutlery, fine crystals and gold details, built up an ethereal scenery!
Pinpoints of undisturbed excitement, turning they kissed, tipping the balance of their love. That winning wave of love, captured by Anna Roussos Destination Wedding Photographer, in Mykonos island.
Photography: Anna Roussos