Rosalie and Grey’s wedding in Greece is the epitome of European fine art wedding design.
Inspired from their personalities and lifestyle, we created a charming and beautiful design with a sense of understated luxury and redefined elegance combining timeless design with a modern feel.
The wedding took place at the Manor House of Golf Prive, overviewing the courts and gardens of the Golf Club of Athens.
The elements of design included lush florals in tones of blush, peach, coral, vanilla yellow and cream, stoneware vessels and a collection of fine art de la table. The round, linen, Louis chair made a statement in its classic styling but the subtle white washing of the wooden table, and cloud blue colored candles and linen napkins complimented the more modern tabletop pieces beautifully.
The florals carefully incorporated seasonal peonies, ranunculuses, carnations, sweet peas, lisianthuses and roses, with blooms spilling from stoneware vessels, which allowed the table silhouette and palette to reinforce the modern yet romantic feel.
Our beautiful bride was dressed with an on-trend, long sleeved embroidered wedding gown while her makeup and hair was kept fresh look.
Our groom’s good looks were dressed with a sur-mesure Italian style suit.
The typography, textures and attention to detail of the invitation suite were a beautiful blend of classic and modern.
Check out the beautiful images of this sun-kissed wedding in Greece taken by photographer Adrian Wood.