Bridal Editorial | Santorini

Village Bridal Portrait Session in Megalochori

There is something so romantic about getting married in a Greek village.

Santorini is an island of hidden characters, one that has evolved to become many things to different people. Megalochori is a 17th-century village that gives a stamp of romantic history as it was home to pirate hideaways, wine canavas built on soft volcanic rock, merchants and land barons exporting Vinsanto wine. Today it is an escapist’s quiet heaven.

Voluminous whites, and rustic details such as inner courtyards and solid wooden doors, are the perfect bohemian backdrop for a global nomad of a bride, who meanders the decompressed little winding roads in a guipure lace gown, breezy and happy in her own skin.

I wanted to illustrate how simplicity can compose magical soft photography.

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