Athens Greece Pink Velvet & Imperial Emerald Green Editorial As Seen on Wedding Chicks
“You return like Autumn,
and I fall every time”
AS SEEN ON
You can check out this inspirational shoot in Wedding Chicks here!
This styled shoot took place on a moody autumn day, yet, it elicits so much warmth and romance we can’t stop looking at these pictures over and over again! Nasioutzik Museum provided the perfect scenery for this intimate wedding celebration styled brilliantly by Soo Events. Although most of our work takes place during summer, this styled shoot reminded us that Greece can be a wedding destination all year round as long as you have the right combination of colors and textures. What can we say about this luscious pink velvet fabric adding a royal touch to the celebration, or these show stopper emerald earrings? Inspired by bold and bright colors, the floral arrangements by Studio 7 perfectly completed the look of this winter editorial. Baroque patterns, gold accents and pink peppers turned the scenery into the poetic celebration seen on Wedding Chicks.
Scroll through this editorial and get inspired for your next celebration in Greece!
From Soo Events: “This wedding inspiration editorial took place on a crisp November morning, in one of Athens’ most prestigious estates, in Nasioutzik Museum. The cold winter breeze along with this grandiose venue was the perfect scenery for this bright beautiful romantic autumnal setting we were hoping for.
Although the shoot took place at the end of autumn and the beginning of winter, a combination of bright colors was selected, such as a nostalgic dusty pink and a bold, imperial emerald green, with the elegance and seasonality of the velvet fabric, in an effort to avoid the common moodier color palettes that one often sees during this period of the year.
It wasn’t just the combination of colors that touched us, but the velvet fabric that made them look so bright, so rich and poetic. Velvet can be such an inspiration, because of its unusual softness and appearance, its shadow play with its folds and its nobility.
The stationery created was based on the combination of these two colors and was enriched by a lovely floral artwork. The favors were made completely of emerald velvet and tied with a chic knot.”