Doros and Kewpie met in Singapore while he was doing his PhD and she was a designer in the same lab. It took them six years and countless flights to find out that they were irreplaceable. When they realized that it was too late to run away they couldn’t be happier about it!
So they decided to have their wedding in a small village nested in the Marathasa Valley, on the slope of Troodos Mountain. Stone houses, olive trees, Saint John’s Lampadistis Monastery and a Venetian bridge were the perfect setting, giving a traditional and at the same time cosmopolitan touch to a vintage wedding. The scenery was also perfect for creating an unforgettable video. Doros and Kewpie explored with us on camera the beautiful spots of the village during the first out of the three days that we stayed with them.
They have dreamed of a rustic wedding, but also fun and genuine with pastel colours and succulent decoration and they totally made it! Everything was well organized and planned. Kewpie made sure that everything was exactly as they wanted to be. The wedding preparations took place in a calm and relaxed atmosphere at Casale Panayotis, a complex of traditional houses with modern luxuries. There, the happy couple exchanged their vows that made the few but valuable friends get emotional but also have a good laugh.
Later on, the guests enjoyed a welcome drink at the reception venue, a nice green yard with a special photobooth at the entrance where friends didn’t miss the chance to take funny photos. Everyone had a really nice time dancing, drinking and laughing. According to the newlyweds the highlight was when they realized that all of their best friends were gathered in one small village just for them, and when they went on a tour of the village in a loud vintage car.
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