I can barely breathe this wedding is so beyond. It’s so pretty I could cry, and has me suffering from a serious case of wanderlust. It’s beautiful, gorgeous, breathtaking – every adjective I’ve ever uttered fits nicely in describing this gorgeous set of images from Sarah Falugo Photography. With a natural color palette that pantone colors are made from, and a couple from Oklahoma deciding this is just the place to start the rest of their life – this stunning Santorini affair is practically perfect in every way, and it’s all sitting pretty right here.
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From Sarah Falugo Photography… This wedding had only two guests at the simple sunset ceremony at Ikies Traditional Houses in Santorini, Greece. Steve and Cassie are from Oklahoma and decided to get married in Santorini as it seemed like the most romantic place in the world.
A day spent frolicking through the gorgeous city streets of Santorini and Mykonos sounds pretty much like the greatest day EVER – and when you throw in the one you love and the oh-so-talented White Photographie to capture every blissful moment, well… it goes straight from great to downright EPIC. Case in point: this adorable duo and their seriously amazing e-session. It’s bundles of cuteness meets breathtaking scenery meets a whole lot of romance. See so much more right here.
From White Photographie… This was a sunny, Mediterranean engagement session captured on the beautiful streets of Santorini and Mykonos, Greece.
Smart Productions not only captured the gorgeous details from this sunset celebration, all exquisitely put together by Poema Weddings & Special Events, but also caught some seriously stunning views of the beautiful island of Santorini where it all took place. The sensational black and white details and bride’s amAHzing Dolce & Gabbana gown look so chic and glam against the majestic backdrop!
From Poema Weddings & Special Events… Sola and Steve are a couple from Lebanon who dreamed their wedding on the beautiful island of Santorini. The ceremony was at the church of Saint Marcus, and the reception was held at the terrace of Dana Villas.