Wedding photography in Greece
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Greece attracts thousands of visitors every month due to its beaches, islands, and spectacular landscapes. For a summer destination wedding in Greece, you’ll get to enjoy natural features such as
-amazing, long seasides,
-and tall mountains.
There are also several locations in the country for you to have your summer wedding, one of them and pretty popular is the Cycladic island of Santorini.
Santorini is considered to be the most sought-after place for a romantic getaway in Greece since there are not many places in the world where you can enjoy exquisitely clear waters while perched on the rim of a massive active volcano in the middle of the sea!
The island has a growing reputation as a “wedding destination” for couples not only from Greece but from all over the world. A trip to Santorini with the other half is a dream for anyone who has seen at least one photo of the island’s famous Caldera and exchanging kisses beneath Santorini’s famous sunset is the ultimate romantic experience!
A trip to Santorini with the other half is a dream for anyone who has seen at least one photo of the island’s famous Caldera and exchanging kisses beneath Santorini’s famous sunset is the ultimate romantic experience! Venture into Santorini’s seaside treasures and enjoy deep blue waters and beaches with white, red, or black sand or volcanic pebbles, spectacular rock formations, and impressive lunar landscapes. Santorini, the youngest volcanic land in the Eastern Mediterranean, is waiting for you! You can reach it by plane or by ship from Piraeus. Don’t think twice! Experience for yourself the once-in-a-lifetime romance and charm of this pearl of the Aegean.
As a Santorini wedding photographer, I always love capturing weddings on this amazing Cycladic beauty!
Amy and Wes chose the picturesque island of Santorini to be their wedding destination. Under the sunset, they exchanged vows at amazing Cavo Tangoo. A reception followed at Fira, the capital of Santorini.