Imagine a small greek village that lies across the Aegean sea and climbs at the side of a hill, where the tourism has not arrived yet and the local postman does not use adresses because he knows the villagers even by their first names.
A small, private church at the outskirts of the village, in the middle of a forest with olive trees.
A sky that is clear blue and the sun shining. It’s around 40* C.
The bride is pretty like a doll in her short white gown and her Manolo Blahniks, and the bridegroom with the maids of honour and the bestmen are all having details at their clothes and dresses in Aegean blue.
After the ceremony the reception takes place at the veranda of a traditional taverna, just above the sea. Calamares, fried fishes, greek salads and cold ouzo. The house’s white and red whine at no limit.
The first dance is under the music of “Zorbas, the greek” and later in the night almost everybody dances with ABBA’s “Mamma Mia” and “Super truper”, until early in the morning…
Maria and Oscar, my very warmest wishes for a life full of happiness and joy!
Μιχάλη, thanks from my heart that i was given the chance to be a part of this day! You have no idea how much i have enjoyed every single minute of the day!
It is unfair to show just one photo of your day right now, but a longer post with many, many more photos is coming in a while!