Adam + Amanda



This Greek elopement will give you major wanderlust

Amanda and Adam travelled from their home in Australia to the Greek island of Santorini to elope, before beginning their three-month honeymoon across the globe! 


Being a couple with a strong sense of wanderlust, they are often found zigzagging their way around the world exploring beaches, mountains and deserts, so for such an important life event, choosing a new dream location to discover was the perfect choice. 


They dreamed of exchanging their vows amongst the iconic blue domes of Santorini and so they chose Imerovigli as their first stop of their tour. 


On the day of their elopement, they got ready together into their wedding outfits and kicked off their big day by climbing to the rooftop of their hotel with a bunch of white balloons, to take in the views and have photos taken by their elopement photographer, Kimon.


They then made their way through the old, traditional streets of the town, behind Skaros Rock, where they arrived at a secluded church, the location they had chosen to exchange their vows at. 

Adam and Amanda had each handwritten their wedding vows to each other, and just as the sun began to set, they exchanged their vows. 


Of course, after such emotional and breathtaking moments, a celebration was in order! They popped a bottle of champagne that they had brought along with them, and raised a glass to their union and to an amazing day, before sitting down to watch the sun set into the horizon. 


 “This particular session reinforced why I do what I do. [These] two people didn’t follow convention and had a union that was truly them, and I had the insane privilege to photograph it all.” – Kimon


Check out our elopement packages for the Greek Islands. We can’t wait to hear from you!



Hair & Makeup: Panos Antoniou

Accommodations: Mythical Blue

Photography: Kimon Kaketsis Photography

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