The wedding we’re sharing today will transport you to the beautiful Paros island. Chrysa and Stelios decided to tie the knot at the church of Agios Nikolaos, in the port of Naoussa with the deep blue sea as a background. Both their ceremony and reception were beautifully adorned with white flower designs, hanging candles and elegant chic details. A wonderful dessert table full of delicious sweets and golden touches stole all the impressions and make the reception even more beautiful. What to say about the effortlessly elegant style of the bride and her dreamy wedding dress… Simply stunning! Prepare to get inspired by the following photos!
The bride shared with us: “We got married in September at the church of Agios Nikolaos, in the port of Naoussa, Paros.”
“My wedding dress was Maria Konidi. I did not make a big research because I knew from the beginning that I would go to Maria. She is a wonderful person with love for what she’s doing. This comes out in her wedding dresses. Tailor made dress, especially for me! I told her how I dreamed it and I trusted her. The result was even better than I imagined! The top is embroidered lace in hand, with Swarovski crystals and open round back. The bottom was made with silk tulle. Much tulle. With many, many layers of different designs. Lovely wedding dress with many sparkly details from top to the bottom.”
“My favorite moment was when I saw my husband from afar as I was going to the church.”
“For my bridal bouquet I chose peonies.”
“I really liked the white flowers, which gave an elegant and chic style to the wedding as well as the candy bar with the golden details and the arch in the ceremony. Our wedding colors were white and gold.”
“Love4weddings was very helpful. I was looking at all the available choices from my home, so I was not confused with what I wanted and who I was going to turn to. I talked mainly to those professionals who I chose, and I save much time.”
“My advice to a bride-to-be is to organize her wedding with calmness. To know what she wants and not to lose in the excessive information.”