Santorini Under the Stars

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Celestial Elopement Inspiration in Greece
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This editorial was born from a partnership between Valentina from The Stars Inside and Rebecca Carpenter Photography and their shared passion for travel, adventurous love stories, and intimate elopements around the world.

For their design concept, they were looking to connect the sky and the sea with plenty of meaningful, intentional details that embraced and echoed the natural surroundings of the island. They explored a gentle celestial theme, and did so with a palette of muted and airy colors like gray, white, beige, and a mixture of dusty and deep blues.

The bride was adorned in three divine designer gowns all sourced from Morgan Davies Bridal in London. Storme Makeup and Hair complemented each gown with a different look—from more classical to more sultry, all deeply romantic and very much in harmony with the natural and organic feel of Santorini.

For the ceremony, Kostas from Red Box Days created the dreamiest half-moon pampas grass installation with peeking anthuriums and pearlescent lunaria. The floral art brought to life the tablescape as well, alongside ethereal textiles by Pompom Blossom and a stationery suite by De Winton Paper Co, inspired by the history of the venue, the movement of the heavens, and the adventures of the young couple.

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