The idea of this wedding shoot was a rock ‘n’ roll couple with a nomadic vibe eloping an off-the-beaten-path in Santorini. Photographers Chris & Ruth approached Tie the Knot Santorini with one such idea and the results are a fashion-forward, bohemian elopement full of wanderlust and style. The location is decidedly not your traditional Santorini, making for the perfect middle-of-nowhere spot that you could find, well, anywhere!
The bride was rocking a hot trend: a see-through wedding outfit composed of a dress with a corset top, a sheer Victorian-era neck and sleeves and a see-through skirt. Her look was finished with waves, a black hat and tall cowboy boots for a contrast. The talented Myrto from Betty Flowers Santorini spent hours in sewing the most impressive pampas grass crown for the bride. The groom was dressed in a printed shirt and suede jacket. Because rock ‘n’ roll exists outside of black leather and we are here for it!
Maria at Tie the Knot Santorini suggested this dilapidated windmill as a backdrop for the vows. How cool! Look at the cool pampas grass wedding arch to crown the windmill, isn’t it amazing? The bride wasn’t carrying a usual wedding bouquet but an oversized pampas grass fan.
In the middle of it all, a lovely Moroccan-inspired scene with pieces from Weddings & Whimsy Santorini. Pampas grass, lanterns, Moroccan poufs, pale blooms, colored glasses and bright napkins. These lights are super-romantic and mysterious. Wow!