Something always seems to happen in Amsterdam
“A place filled with flavours, smells, colours and light. Poetry and Memories”
The ideal scenery for the perfect wedding!
Sifnos is a Cycladic destination of overwhelming beauty. The traditional picturesque whitewashed houses beautifully surrounded by bougainvillaeas and the clear blue waters make Sifnos one of the most appealing Greek Islands.
It can be cosmopolitan, and it can be private. If you chose to have your wedding on the Island of Sifnos, you have chosen wisely.
Sifnos is the island that favours our destination wedding photography the most. There has never been a year without at least three visits. A beautiful destination indeed and a favourite one for our couples!
Life is moving pictures, and each time we blink our eyes the world shifts beneath our feet, And we shift along in an endless dance to music that elevates the spirit, to a place of transcending beauty. This determines the nature of our photographs.
How inspiring it is to be with people who are happy, who smile through their eyes and share their love.
In so many ways, when you share your story with us, it becomes a part of our story too.
Our story started in Amsterdam. Something always seems to happen for us in Amsterdam.
Visiting Amsterdam for an organized presentation for the Cats’ wedding in Symi back in January, brought about the opportunity to meet Eliza and Andreas.
You always know when things are right and how naturally one thing leads to another. So, here we are, one year later… In Sifnos.
A kick ass surprise pre-wedding beach party was thrown on Friday at the Lost Bay. And lost was nothing. Especially in booze, music and fun.
Friends and families from all over the world, toasting to drinks and dancing wishes to the couple, to love and happiness forever and ever! It was impossible to call it a day… well, until Saturday…
Saturday – a perfect day for vows of love…
But much had been said. Allow us to keep a secret or two. After all, this is only a sneak peek of a story that will unfold in the narrow pathways of Kastro, in the sandy beach of Platis Yialos and in the dominating Cycladic white of Chrissopigi.