When Zeena and Johnny went to visit Santorini prior to their wedding, they fell in love. Santorini is a unique and magical island, having been formed from a series of volcanic explosions that took place thousands of years ago. The result of this is a wonderland of ebony volcanic rocks, steep cliffs and breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea.
True to the Greek island the wedding colors highlighted white and blue with warm hints of blush and gold. Get ready to get married in Greece! Plenty of ideas await in the full gallery here, photographed by Yannis Alefantou.
Pre-Wedding Beach Day
In order to thank their friends and family who traveled all the way from distant parts the world and other the couple planned a series of celebrations spanning four days. The couple joined their closest friends for a relaxing day by the beach day, followed by a formal greeting of all their guests with a caldera cocktail party to enjoy Santorini’s mesmerizing sunset.
Greek Chapel Wedding
On the day of the wedding the bride, escorted by her parents and bridesmaids, arrived at the blue domed chapel chapel of Aghios Artemios at Imerovigli where her groom and guests were waiting. After a beautiful and heartfelt blessing by the couple's Pastor, all the guests were transported to Rocabella Hotel for the cocktail hour while the couple joined their wedding party for photos.
Wedding With A View
The reception took place at the terrace of the Rocabella Hotel, perched high above the world famous caldera with breathtaking views of the volcano and the sublime sunset. The decor was inspired by the romantic personality of the bride mixed with neutral colors and gold accents to represent the golden sunsets of the island.
The wedding celebrations were concluded with brunch in one of Santorini’s popular beaches the day after. It was an unforgettable celebration for everyone involved which will stay with them for many years to come. What do you think; would you get married in Greece?