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GRECIAN ELEGANCE, MINIMALIST PRIVATE VILLA WEDDING IN KEA

GRECIAN ELEGANCE, MINIMALIST PRIVATE VILLA WEDDING IN KEA
This Grecian destination wedding on Kea island is bound to fuel your wanderlust!
When it comes down to deciding on the perfect wedding destination, we’re pretty certain most of our couples dream of pasty islands, sparkling aqua vistas, and vibrant life, and who can blame you? Well, this Grecian destination wedding on Kea island is bound to fuel your wanderlust and make you want to hitch right here, right now!
As dreamers and doers, Irini and Nontas always wanted to say I do someplace truly magical where a sweeping coastline melds with valleys filled with orchards, olive groves, and stunning vistas. Kea was their wedding destination of choice just for that! Its craggy cliffsides are strewn with history but also beautiful, elegant peach, blue and white plastered villas, and its close proximity to the city of Athens was a major plus.
Siding with Anna Athanasiou Events they wanted to create a chic Grecian wedding celebration that would bring together all the elements that make their hearts skip a beat. They chose Villa Lefkothea (translating as Whiteview), a remarkable estate perched up in the hills of Kea, whose sweeping views over the Aegean can make even unbelievers in the Greek island glory (who are they we have no idea, really) swoon.
Their scheme involved everything we Mediterraneans pride ourselves for, clarity, vision, minimalism, and of course a swathe of perfect little details one gets to witness upon the first step in our islands. The stonebuilt villa with its Cycladic style architecture played a major part in the choice of their floral scheme (olive branches and white blossoms) as well as their tabletops, linens in the color of the stone, olive green glassware, whimsical terracotta pots, and white basketweave porcelain.
We loved every bit of pretty across this elegant wedding, including Olon Odos Kassandras’ delectable menu and amuse-bouche bar, completely created with Greek flavors and local ingredients, olive oil, cheeses, homemade bread, wild herbs, and freshly caught octopus (okay we pause because we get so hungry thinking about it).
Our couple’s details involved a gorgeous olive-branch-corseted-monogram stationery suite crafted by Manousenia, some seriously sleek agate accouterments from Mary Gro, and of course her stunning Mairi Barola gown. Jim Labraco made sure no floral detail went amiss while fairy lights lit the pool and shone like a canopy of stars over the reception. Was this a minimalist wedding? Yes! Did it fall anything short of pretty? Definitely not! We loved every single moment and their oh-so-effortless style.

 

                                                                                                        Design & Planning Anna Athanasiou Event Design

                                                                                                                    Videography : Panagiotis Kastanidis

                                                                                                                   Floral Design : Jim Labraco   

                                                                                                                         Stationary : Manousenia Desing

                                                                                                                          Lightning : Sound Voice

                                                                                                                  Wedding Cake :  Pavlov’s Lab

                                                                                                                             Catering : Olon

                                                                                                                                 Venue :   Villa Lefkothea

                                                                                                                Wedding dress : Mairi Mparola

                                                                                                                        Art objects : Margyro