My vision for Christina and Branson’s micro-wedding in Greece, was provincial charm and romance whilst showcasing the art of sustainable, stylish, organic, sophisticated, intimate wedding design. This approach to weddings has been my passion for several years, but now, with this strange new COVID19 reality and recommendations for smaller outdoor gatherings, it is definitely the right time to remind the world that Greece, with its unique and diverse geography, climate and alfresco cultural lifestyle, is the ideal choice for couples looking for intimate affairs and cozy micro-weddings focused on guest experience.
The rural grounds of The Margi Farm in Athens, provided the perfect scenery for my vision.
A small charming estate with a beautiful farmhouse covered with ivy, a driveway lined with sweet lavender and an olive grove as a backdrop.
The styling was built upon elements that complimented the organic nature of the farm.
The ceremony was framed with an enchanting installation of a fireplace brimming with ivy, candles and lush florals whilst the tablescape was designed to present an elevated farmhouse aesthetic. Blush linen paired with a selection of fine art de la table in white and grey tones and gorgeous centrepieces in dusty blush and smokey mauve hues created a beautiful intimate dinner setting with an organic feel.
The bride seduces with a stunning lace gown and a heavenly arranged bridal bouquet.
The groom’s attire was stylish and classic, wearing a fitted black tux , suspenders and a bow-tie.
The paper goods were a feast for the eyes. Naturally elegant lettering and delicate hand drawings created a graceful wedding suite with an organic charm.
Keep scrolling to see our stunning couple’s micro-wedding in Greece, beautifully captured by photographer Adrian Wood.