When I was in Greece, I jumped at the chance to put together a super simple wedding/elopement story for Project Wedding. I love the idea of spending your dollars on a pretty location, finding an inexpensive dress (My friend Amber and I bargained for this dress and it ended up costing just 20 Euros!), and just celebrating with only your closest friends and family. This could definitely be done on the cheap!
Thank you so much to Amber and Gary for modeling and my friend, Jenny for helping! Also thanks so much to Kamares Apartments for letting us take the photos at their lovely hotel in Fira, Santorini. See full story on Project Wedding and more photos on Flickr.
I absolutely love this!
Santorini is one of my favorite locations!
This is totally the way to do it. I can’t imagine anything more perfect that a beautiful location, a simple dress, families and really close friends, and marrying the man I love without agonizing over the details.
I hope to make it to Greece one day soon. Looks like you guys are having so much fun! the photos are gorgeous.
so pretty and fresh.
love the dress and the olive bouquet!
Oh wow! This is a wedding I could get behind! Beautiful and memorable!
Santorini is a very special place and the sun on their faces says they know it too.
I am in love with that sweet, little apron style dress and her bare feet.
Wow! What a location! Beautiful job…love all the touches…and that olive bouquet is perfect! 🙂
how BEAUTIFUL!!!!! they would make a cute couple 🙂
2.The styling and photography are great. I love the blue and white spreading.
3.That white dress is too cute!
4.I envy you. really.
Beautiful! The blue and white are perfect.
So casual and relaxed, so you can really enjoy the moments. Fab.
so great! amazing colors.
beautiful–I love the feeling it captures!
you have great note book blog with frolic.
i added you to my own links on my weddingblog, hope this is ok with you.
great to see your posts
* note i do keep my blog without my name, due to that my work and private are both online, i try to keep them separate a bit, hope you understand- for if you would possible link me, please never under my Judith name.
Oh how lovely. I kinda just wanna travel up there for the fun of it!