Magdalene did an amazing job photographing my wedding on Naxos. Communication with her was always prompt, and I felt like she easily understood and delivered what we were looking for in our photos. Her images are naturally composed, and I really love the authentic look of her work that sets her apart from other wedding photographers. Magdalene is also a warm, kind, and easy-going person, and I really enjoyed working with her and having her there on our special day.
“The Olive tree”
is one of the most beloved, sacred trees, and its place is firmly rooted in Ancient Greek tradition and mythology. Traditionally, the olive tree is a symbol of peace and friendship, this association began in ancient Greece, as early as the fifth century.”
Naxos has high mountains, fertile valleys, lush green gorges, stunning seascapes, and traditional villages perched high on mountain tops, where the inhabitants still wear their traditional dress and live off the fruits of the land. Naxos is also home to beautiful old churches, monasteries, and Venetian castles coexisting harmoniously with the Cycladic architecture.
A very special place for such a special wedding! After traveling all over the world, Amand and Will chose Naxos as their most favorite wedding location. No wonder why.
- Aqua Breeze
- Cutcolor Naxos
- Moustakis Flower Company
- Yazoo Summer Bliss
- Bride’s Dress: Naeem Khan
- Bride’s Headpiece: Lelet NY
- Groom’s Suit: Knot Standard
Naxos is one of the best places to have a wedding in Greece, is peaceful, secluded – it is a very romantic setting for a wedding, and offers direct sea views. There are loads of amazing places that are perfect for photo ops. Weddings at Naxos are perfect because the locations are absolutely amazing.
If you’re planning a wedding at Naxos, get in touch!