TWO UNIQUE NATIONALITIES MERGING THROUGH THIS BOUTIQUE WEDDING
In a breathtaking scenery of a sublime garden and exceptional wedding venue in South Greece, following their fascinating love story, Eleni and Alper chose to get married. Costa Navarino Resort hosted this extraordinary merging destination wedding; a Greek-Turkish strong affair leaded the way for this lifetime union.
A wedding proposal on a private terrace of Rockefeller Center, New York, followed a vision for a spectacular boutique wedding, while overlooking 5th Avenue. The bride decided instantly that her wedding gown would be a long ivory sleeveless dress with a fuzzy bottom-finishing, matched with a salmon pair of Manolo Blahnik wedding shoes. Hair style in a bun and a silver hair jewel outlined the elegance of her Greek origins. Groom followed a black-tie outfit for his wedding suit. Such a destination wedding among the lavish gardens of Costa Navarino, ordered a wedding bouquet of delicate greenery and pink roses. The wedding arch totally underlined the concept of merging two elements, like a perched bushy floral garden on an opened window offering some amazing views to the olive grove. White Ribbon Wedding Planner crafted again a sublime setting of boutique wedding memories for everyone to take back home! The reception décor hosted a concept of classic luxury with dark navy linens to complement the green surroundings. Hanging lanterns from Istanbul were above gold cutlery, fine crystals, and two-colored plates; white and navy blue with dots of gold, reminding the roots of the groom. Treats where inspired by Turkish cuisine and the seating labels brought to mind an ethnic aesthetic.
Captured through the lens of Vasia Han wedding photographer, a merging boutique wedding touched some of the rarest inspirations.
The Bride’s advice is that - ‘I would advise that other brides trust the wedding planner they have chosen because they are their eyes and ears for everything regarding their wedding!’
Wedding and Event Planning: White Ribbon
Flowers: Red Box Days