Are you wishing for a Bridal look which is more about a relaxed elegance and leaning towards the bohemian? Perhaps something simple, extremely beautiful and free from the fuss and the weight of tonnes of tulle for your wedding day? If so – have you thought about the understated elegance of the Grecian inspired Bridal style? It’s classic but can be made totally your own, it’s so easy to work with in terms of accessories and it’s perfect if your destination wedding is in a warmer climate too.
Today, we have this wonderful inspiration for you by JESSICA LYONS PHOTOGRAPHY and it’s all about the Grecian Bridal look. The dress is a wonderfully feminine ALEXANDRA GRECOO gown with the finest pleats and subtle details. We love gowns by Alexandra Grecco – they are always stylish and combine such delicate lightness in weight with amazing movement and draping of the fabrics too.
If you want to see more designers and labels who have wedding dresses to suit this look, we would recommend looking at: the modern Sophia Kokosalaki, the exquisitely detailed Temperley collection, London based designer – Catherine Deane and the beautifully bohemian Rue de Seine!
Key to this style is the effortlessly relaxed hair with a simple hair accessory by JANNIE BALTZER. You can explore similar styles for wearing the hair down too with the on trend tousled texture, loose curls or even pretty braids.
Natural make up really compliments this Bridal style too. Hair and Makeup artist, FRANTZESKA KOUKOULA, created a beautifully gentle, subtle look. It’s flawless and has that ‘no makeup, makeup’ look and again is really perfect for the uncomplicated, understated elegance of the Grecian inspired Bride. This soft makeup is truly pretty with a ethereal edge, and it is really wearable for warmer climates too.
Credits . Photography by Jessica Lyons Photography . Wedding Gown by Alexandra Grecco . Creative Direction + Styling by Tahnee Sanders . Flowers by Celsia Floral . Hair Accessory by Jannie Baltzer . Hair + Makeup by Frantzeska Koukoula . Ribbon by Stella Wolfe . Location by Costa Navarino, Greece . Model by Marina Maloy . Film processing + Scans by Richard Photo Lab . As part of the Boheme Workshops