A Wedding Photoshoot in Santorini – Greece

A great wedding photoshoot of Ken and Chiaki that came from Japan to the island of Santorini in Greece to have their photoshoot there. Everything was just magnificent! The couple, the scenery, the light, the sea and finally the sunset!

Etienne - December 9, 2016 - 10:16 am

Looks like a lovely couple and a really nice wedding!

Wedding at Matorca, Bucerías Nayarit in México

Martoca Beach Garden is a beautiful secluded beach and garden, surrounded by amazing large palm trees. It is a great venue for a non-resort private Puerto Vallarta beach wedding and a fantastic scenery for a photographer like me.

A lot of souvenirs were created that day: from Emanuel’s tears to his father’s ones, or the strong hugs that Cara shared with her new family, a lot of feelings were expressed. It is said that men should not cry, but how nice it is to see a man mourn for love in his statement. Seeing that every word transcends someone is not an easy thing to witness, and taking photos of those tears made me feel like I wanted to part aside and respect the emotion in a so intimate moment. But as a photographer, I had to shut down my emotions, let them get to me and have them get me closer to the core of the person I had to photograph.

The climate conditions were almost perfect as it usually is in November in Banderas Bay and we had the chance to have a cloudless evening that allowed me to play with the reflections on the pool during sunset. Another detail that will let me a special memory is Cara’s twin. It is not common to have a wedding with twins, and I must confess it is a lot of fun. It was a real pleasure to work for Cara & Emmanuel, an exceptional and very loving couple. Our best wishes at the start of their life together!

Nick Leung - December 7, 2016 - 2:30 am

What a beautiful place to get married at!

Sherborne Castle Wedding Photographers

Its was our first time shooting as Sherborne Abbey Wedding Photographers, Dorset and one that proved to leave a last impression.  The former Ancestral home of Sir Walter Raleigh, built in 1594, with landscaped grounds designed by Capability Brown – it’s a stunning part of the UK.

Sophie & Allen had a church service wedding ceremony at St Mary Magdalene, a short distance from the Castle.  The wedding reception was held in a marquee on the Castle grounds.

What stands out from their wedding day is how expressive they were as a couple.  Jointly punching the air after the church service, the joyful look on the brides face when showing the new ring off to her bridesmaids, the confetti shot, even the cake cutting.

Numerous stages that often ebb from one to another, but these guys shot their ‘lust for life’ into it all.  Great day & fun to capture.

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anais chaine - November 24, 2016 - 8:12 pm

Beautiful!

Maurice - December 1, 2016 - 11:56 pm

Really captures every precious moments of the wedding. It really shows how passionate you are as a photographer.

Wedding in Ios Greece

Every single wedding that I have attended as professional wedding photographer reminds me why I should be immensely thankful for my job; for nothing compares to the emotional fulfilment you experience when you witness the joy and happiness of people gathered to celebrate the big day of a couple in love, especially when you know that your pictures will contribute to keeping these unique moments alive forever.

Kirby and Tey decided to tie the knot in Ios. Ios is one of the most popular Cycladic islands, famous both for its golden beaches and for its intense nightlife that has earned it the title of the best party island in Greece, if not in the whole Mediterranean. For Kirby and Tey’s guests partying started right from the very first day, during an awesome catamaran sailing trip, with lots of drinks, dance music and swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Aegean. The happy couple chose an original way to make promises of love and devotion to each other: they exchanged symbolical necklaces. It was one of the most beautiful and tender scenes I have ever seen.

The wedding was held in the Odysseas Elytis amphitheater, an ancient type open theater with great acoustics that the couple happens to have a very strong connection with. The ceremony harmoniously combined modern and traditional elements, the most striking of which were the exquisite lace wedding dress of the lovey bride and the traditional Ghana clothes of the groom’s parents. The wedding celebrations culminated in the VIP party, where the lucky guests –mostly young people, friends of the newlyweds from all over the world– had a fabulous time.

Dear Kirby & Tey, thank you so much for your trust and friendship. From the bottom of my heart, I wish you a wonderful life together.

Photography by Thanasis kaiafas

Maria - November 16, 2016 - 3:15 pm

That´s lovely! Mixed race weddings are always so beautiful and bring so much energy to the visual effect! Great register ! Thank you for sharing!

andrewdaniel - November 20, 2016 - 11:16 pm

It is Nice and Useful Information and Also useful for Who wants Candid Wedding Photography.

James Mieszkowski - November 22, 2016 - 4:20 am

Amazing inspiration! Destination weddings rock!

Anais - November 24, 2016 - 8:13 pm

Stunning!

Tim Whiting - November 29, 2016 - 7:27 am

Beautiful job Thanasis! Nice work if you can get it!!

Elopement in Oia Santorini

I have always been utterly fascinated by elopements; it cannot be denied that there is something irresistibly romantic and touching about the concept of two people who are so deeply in love that they bravely decide to abandon old traditions and pledge their faith and devotion to each other without a noisy audience of well-meaning friends and relatives. There are no guests, no wild parties, no laboriously organized group events – and certainly no stress! The couple can relish the magic of these unique moments with no distractions. The only other person present is their wedding photographer, whose task is to capture these precious moments forever. That’s why his role takes on special importance: he is the witness who will narrate their story through his pictures…

Christie and Ryan, from the USA, chose the breathtakingly beautiful Greek island of Santorini for their private wedding ceremony. I sensed from the very first moment the incredibly strong bond between them; they were just perfect together! So I, the lucky photographer, had all the necessary ingredients for an amazing photoshoot recipe: a beautiful, wonderfully matched couple, powerful vibes of love in the air, glorious sunny weather, and a stunning Cycladic landscape.

The ceremony took place at a terrace of Sophia Suites overlooking the sparkling waters of the Aegean, with a spectacular unobstructed view of the caldera. The bride was simply beautiful in her elegant wedding dress, and her Jimmy Choo bridal shoes, and the bridegroom was very handsome in his classical blue suit. They exchanged their marital vows and then danced their first dance as husband and wife to the sweet music played by a harpist. Every single detail, including the exquisite decoration, the rich traditional menu, the two bears symbolizing the couple on the wedding cake, and the tiny bottle with the label “We Tied the Knot,” had been perfectly organized and coordinated by the talented team of Stella and Moscha.

Dear Christie and Ryan, it was a great honor and an even greater pleasure to be there and capture the unique moments of your wedding day. I honestly have no words to thank you enough for your trust. May the sun of love always shine upon you!

Photography by Thanasis Kaiafas

anais chaine - November 9, 2016 - 7:38 pm

Beautiful ceremony! It seems to be very intimate and emotional. Great documentation as well. I like your approach as a photographer : it is light and has its personality.

Tim Whiting - November 10, 2016 - 12:16 pm

What wonderful light and, super use of depth of field and height! Lovely!

Ryan - November 14, 2016 - 10:43 am

WOW – talk about the dream setting for a wedding. What a place – take me!

Well done

Ryan Breitkreutz

Martin Dabek - December 4, 2016 - 4:17 am

Great! I love the theme and the venue.