Angie and Prayogo left us captivated by the beauty of Aegaen sea. Through these lovely shots, we saw how this couple wanted their guests to experience a one-of-a-kind destination wedding in one of the most romantic places on earth. As revealed by Nastassya Saputra of Flying Bride, Angie especially loves Santorini because of its sleek and luxuriously simple ambience. For that reason, they explored using modern elements to style this destination wedding, such as acrylic, which at the same time also represented the sparkling water reflection from the sea.
The early morning started with a couple session by Nadia Hung Photography. Angie was seen in a long flowy dress, while her groom perfectly complemented her in his dark gray suit. A few scenes later, they were ready to prep for their holy matrimony. The bride's wedding dress by Yefta Gunawan was full of intricate details. Looking like a Greek goddess, we couldn't take our eyes off the Juliet cap veil! As soon as they entered the ceremonial site, a heart-shaped wedding arch was spotted. Featuring fresh flowers like hydrangeas, David Austin roses, hyacinth, and moth orchids, the couple's wedding arch fused harmoniously with the blue horizon.
Consistent with their color palette, Rose and Willow crafted the long table with romantic candles and all-white flowers with a hint of dusty blue. Another interesting element was the delicate floral wedding cake by Angie's Cake that traveled all the way from Surabaya. As soon as the sun set, the newlyweds greeted the guests who were already waiting on the aisle with fireworks in their hands. After kicking off their reception dinner, both Prayogo and Angie mingled with their guests by the pool and had their cake-cutting procession as well as sealed the party with a kiss under the night sky.
Are you dreaming for a Santorini wedding as well? Gather the inspiration from this album and put it into your personal inspo board!