Like most couples, Adi and Chico dreamed of a wedding that would be an unforgettable experience for everyone there. They wanted a wedding that ends after a few hours but continues for several days. Adi and Chico made their dream a reality by not giving up, even when it sometimes seemed impossible to fulfill their wishes. Their wedding took place last summer on the island of Tinos in Greece and lasted three days. All of their family and close friends were there to help celebrate.
Tinos is a traditional Greek island known for its fine food and beautiful views of the Aegean Sea. The day before the wedding the guests landed on the island of Mykonos and then took a short cruise to Tinos. They stayed in a small hotel on the island for two nights and when they arrived they were given glasses of champagne. You could feel the anticipation and excitement in the atmosphere of the magical Greek island. Each guest was given a personal canvas bag with different necessities in them, such as Advil, cookies, candies, and more. In the evening, guests were invited to a reception dinner by the luxurious pool.
The wedding itself took place the next day. In the morning, guests had the option to do yoga at the foot of the Aegean Sea. It was a perfect morning full of energy and fun. Around 5:00 in the afternoon Chico and Adi started to get ready. They got ready with their close friends and some family. As the sun began to set on the island, everyone gathered around the pool for the reception. The energy and excitement of the guests was very present.
The wedding ceremony took place alongside a fishing boat during a beautiful sunset. When Chico and Adi entered, there were many tears and applause. Many of their friends and family spoke kind words. Chico broke the glass and the couple was extremely happy. They started a parade that escorted the guests to the beach where the party took place. The party had a Greek design and was stunning. At the end of the party all of the guests gathered on the beach and lit Chinese lanterns that soared above the beautiful sea.
The day after the wedding everyone was able to relax, enjoy good company, and have a guided tour of the island. The celebration of love was memorable for Adi, Chico, and all of their guests. Adi had a few tips for brides that dream of this kind of wedding. She said, “We could not have done it without our producers and vendors, we totally fulfilled our dream. It is important to know that such an event entails many difficulties but it is important not to let them break you because it is completely worth it!”
Congratulations Adi and Chico!!