Deborah and Dimitris tied the knot in the gorgeous island of Tinos surrounded by nature’s beauty and their loved ones. The al fresco ceremony took place in front of the sea with a magical view decorated by La Fete with a simple yet so pretty decoration. The couple’s reception was filled with terracotta, light blue, white, pampas grass, wheat and rustic wooden tables. “Thanks to our wedding planner “La Fete” we had a wonderful venue to celebrate our love”, Deborah shared with us and we look forward to seeing all the pretty details with you!
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“We got married in summer in Tinos Island. We went to the same university but ironically, we never met there. We met each other through a common friend. Deborah was working in Luxembourg, and I was working in Brussels, after few months we decided to move together. In 2018 we decided to move abroad to travel in South America and when we got back in Belgium, I knew she was the one. I proposed her on our fourth year’s together and we got married after six years of love”, the groom shared with us.
“I (Deborah) wore my dreamy dress from Rime Arodaky. It fitted perfectly, short in the front and long in the back. I wanted something out of convention and be as modern as possible”, the bride shared with us. “Deborah chose the venue in Tinos Island because of my Greek roots. She wanted her wedding to be special but also down to earth. She wanted everything to be natural and simple, (pampa’s flowers, dry flowers, wheat). Color code was beige and terracotta. Thanks to our wedding planner “La Fete” we had a wonderful venue to celebrate our love. A restaurant (STO KAPAKI) in a small village, tables were placed in the shade of a huge oak tree. We danced sirtaki all night long. The atmosphere was friendly and convivial”, Dimitris shared with us.
“Our first dance was a very moment. It was just the two of us and then our friends and family came to join us. We danced like crazy and we won’t never forget that moment. It was magical”. Bride’s advice: “Not to worry too much and get a wedding planner it helps a lot. Don’t waste your time on small details on the D-day. Your wedding day will fly in a snap. Chill out and enjoy!”