Get inspired by Karolina and Oscar's Cavo Ventus Santorini wedding for a stunning Greek island celebration
Elegant. Stylish. Romantic. That is how I would describe Karolina and Oscar’s wedding at Cavo Ventus Santorini. I will always remember this wedding for having the chance to meet an amazing couple who traveled all the way from Australia for their destination wedding on this unique island.
Cavo Ventus is a luxurious villa built around a 200-year old stone windmill, sitting at the very edge of the caldera cliff and, like the most popular Santorini wedding venues, offering sweeping views of the Aegean Sea and the volcano. Hosting a wedding at Cavo Ventus Santorini not only provides an amazing location for an outdoor ceremony and al fresco dinner on its fabulous terrace, but it also offers privacy and the convenience for the couple to stay at the villa and get prepared for their big day there. The indoors of the villa are equally gorgeous with warm-colored walls and big windows generously providing natural light and a minimalist interior design typical of Santorini.
Karolina, was the epitome of elegance in her form-fitting wedding dress by Berta Bridal, Rene Caovilla shoes, and Chopard earrings. What I particularly liked, was the Cassuto hair comb by the In Bloom Collection, which matched perfectly the rest of the styling. I do believe that all jewelry and accessories created by the Israeli designer are small pieces of art and it was no wonder that Karolina, being such a stylish bride, opted to include one of their pieces. Of course, Oscar couldn’t but be a dapper groom with dashing style in his dark blue tuxedo by InStitchu and Louis Vuitton shoes.
Karolina and Oscar's wedding at Cavo Ventus Santorini was attended by their close friends and relatives. It was a small and private affair and I was truly lucky to be chosen as their Santorini wedding photographer. Amidst a lot of cheering, the couple exchanged their rings and had the first kiss. The guests had a lovely time with good food, great music and lots of fun as the day was coming to an end.