This moody and compelling “morning of the wedding” vision takes us into the setting of an ancient Greek church at the Boheme Workshops, hosted by Vasia Photography and Artiese Studios. There, Wit Photography beautifully captures the intimacy and reflective mood of the bride as she prepares for her wedding while paying tribute to her loved ones. We adore styled editorials for the innovative possibilities they point to and this unique photoshoot opens the door to the intriguing ways brides can seek to have a deeply, personalized bridal session!
From Wit Photography: The starting point of this shoot was a Greek village bride who goes to her local church on the day of her wedding. She takes a few quiet moments to herself inside the church for reflection. She lights a candle for her relatives who have passed. She closes her eyes and feels the significance of her surroundings. The place of worship that has also been a place that she has visited so often with her loved ones, where she celebrated weddings, mourned the deceased and shared her faith. The memories of this place make it an even more perfect place for the ceremony.
Photography: Wit Photography | Floral design: Celsia Floral | Hair and Makeup : Frantzeska Koukoula | Creative direction and Styling: Tahnee Sanders | Gown: Odylyne the Ceremony | Ribbon: Stella Wolfe | Model: Marina Maloy | Location: Methoni Castle, Messinia, Greece | Shot at: Boheme Workshops | Workshop hosted by: Vasia Photography and Artiese Studios