On the coast of the village of Porto Germeno, Greece sit the ruins of an ancient castle: Aigosthenon in West Attica. Boasting the tallest surviving towers of ancient Greece, the castle grounds offer a beautiful and mystical setting that takes you through time to a place as mysterious as it is romantic. This setting became a perfect place for this boho wedding shoot.
The stylists chose the navy and dusty blue of the sea combined with the green of the olive groves, the stone-gray of the castle walls, and burgundy to intensify the palette. The main goal was to affiliate the aura and translate the architecture of the ancient castle walls reaching the sea. They achieved that by using only natural materials that match the landscape and by designing outstanding flower arrangements. The wedding ceremony took place in a former chapel on the shore. The team was inspired by the deep red-brown color of the door and formed a gorgeous vignette to highlight the tones. As for the reception, they used wooden pallets to compliment the natural elements and chose blue tableware, aged gold cutlery, polyhedron vases, and oil lamps to complete the look. In addition to the sweetheart table, the team set up this super-cute coffee and whiskey station, flanked by sweets by Slim Bites!
The bride’s crochet-topped, vintage-inspired gown highlighted with a colorful floral headpiece. The groom was wearing a neutral windowpane print suit with a blue tie. Get inspired and steal some ideas for your own wedding!