Declaring its’ inseparability on the common routes that this wedding venue acknowledges, Mouseio Oinou (Wine Museum) in Athens-Greece, welcomed this blue autumn scented wedding editorial setting which took place throughout the emblematic gardens of a location, managing always to offer new inspiring spots. Around the corner of some of the most enchanting stone arches we have ever captured for a wedding inspiration, traditional elements merged with some fresh wedding ideas and produced an exquisite outcome!
Working with a garden-fresh palette of mint, butter yellow, white crème and light blue colors, Wedding Planner Vicky Galata coordinated with Chloe Koromila and introduced a French countryside mood board. The bride of the day was attired in a long white sleeveless wedding gown, with a breathtaking back patron leaving one shoulder uncovered, her hair-style through a loss bun created by a couple of braids, was embellished with a head jewel from Astrea Accessories, that one of golden jasmine and pearly creations. Both the groom and the bride were dressed up by Tetti Charitou curations, an elegant pin instead of a tie finished up the black-suit style of the groom giving a fresh classy suggestion of the artist’s touch. Comme ca fleurs & décor followed a floral collection of small white blossoms, mint tones and white garden roses in the wedding bouquet too, contrasting yet harmonizing with the background brown and yellow leaves of the venue and the -door built-in- flower column. We adored framing those bewildering table settings, of porcelain plates, silver cutlery and fine glasses. The transparent chairs offered a continuity on the wedding settlement and the gray candles leveled up our pictures!
The French aesthetic which we were indulged in as destination wedding photographers, apart from just us: Vesi and Yiannis Simopoulos, left us speechless since delicate cheese and food boards matched with proper wine, all from the Wine Museum Catering and a violin player, transferred us to an all-senses wedding experience!