Adelaide Bride and Groom Maria and Dimitri were first introduced back in 2009 through friends and after their first date, Maria’s future had been told. “I knew he would be my Husband as soon as we had our first kiss.”
Five an a half years later Dimitri proposed to Maria with wedding plans falling easily into place. It was important to Maria and Dimitri to have a wedding rich in Greek tradition and symbolism yet to keep their wedding intentionally intimate with a church wedding followed by their reception at Ten 22.
The couple drew inspiration from unique personalised items with rustic styling along with the colour purple. “We chose the colour purple as it symbolises devotion”
There were lots of handmade touches including bonbonniere and their Greek wedding crowns which were made by Maria herself. “The crowns had a traditional style and were inspired by Greek wedding crowns worn by my grandparents which were joined by personalised ribbon” [ see more at The Story of Stefania ]
Maria opted for a timeless look and chose a full lace vintage inspired gown which was then customised by Olga Koloskova Couture making it truly unique. “Olga even came to my house on the wedding morning and laced me up in my dress. We had a genuine connection and it was very special to have her at my house while I was getting ready.”
Both Maria and Dimitri both agreed that planning their wedding was about creating a day for them both to remember. “Don’t get caught up on the small things, as it won’t matter on the day. You will be enjoying your day with your partner that you actually forget about the small things that didn’t go to plan.” We couldn’t agree more.
Photography Luke Greaves
Greek Crowns Story of Stefania
Reception Venue Ten 22
Cake Caitlyns Cakes
Photobooth Rubix Booths
Flowers Poppies Flowers
Hair and MU Crazy Beautiful
Dress Maker Olga Koloskova Couture
Entertainment Black Cherry Events