A couple that truly motivates

Abir and Anthony are my kind of couple. I am going through the pictures of this wedding, thinking about what to write and I am instantly overwhelmed with the best feelings. I got such a positive energy from them. You can tell that they love each other just by meeting them for 5 minutes.

Close friends and family flew from Lebanon to witness their love for each other. They came with the best mood, ready to party and cheer the couple. The setting was like the bride wanted it: a beautiful outdoor setting by the beach decorated with flowers in the shades of pink and purple.

Photos by Theo Georgiades

Love is in the air

The best part about a destination wedding? It’s the very best vacation of your life and you get to share it with everyone you love. Guests from all around the world took time out of their lives to be in Cyprus for this lovely wedding.

It was a non-stop party from the moment everybody arrived, to the day they hopped on the airplane home. The feeling of having everyone that’s important in the same beautiful place, drinking beer, watching fireworks, eating souvlaki on the beach, and participating in what was the most epic 3-day celebration was all the couple could ask for. 

This beautiful couple met in Barcelona and fell in love in an instant. They wanted their wedding to be filled with “wow” moments, and be as fun as they are.

Their wedding ceremony took place at the Panayias Evangelistrias church, followed by a cocktail reception at the backyard of the St. George chapel in Polemidia village.

A selected number of guests were then invited to join the couple in fun and games at the gardens of the Elias Beach Hotel in Limassol. Guests were welcomed with a bottle of the couple’s favorite beer, Teegernseer Hell, a local beer from the bride’s German hometown. Dinner followed under the stars at the Blue Paradise Restaurant, overlooking the beach and the hotel’s private pier. It was set up to feel intimate and fun, like a family dinner.

Tucked in this gallery is image after image of pure destination perfection. Enjoy!

Inbal Dror 2015 Collection

This talented Israeli designer makes me want to get married again, just so I can wear one of her amazing designs. Her gowns are to die for. For 2015, this bridal designer  brings glamorous and sexy-chic styling on dramatic silhouettes and I love it. It’s a stunning parade of  statement backs, dramatic silhouettes, extravagant embroidery work and lace, with dress after dress of pure bridal fashion perfection.

This is Inbal Dror.

Something Blue…

For all the brides looking for the perfect destination wedding, I am going to go ahead and add Limassol to your list. Just think of the blue sea, the sandy beach, the sun and the light breeze. Don’t you think it is the perfect backdrop to say “I do”?

This couple took their destination wedding, sprinkled in a whole lot of romance and covered it in a blue hue. They decided there was no place better to get married than in Limassol, at the Amathus Beach Hotel.

What can be more romantic than a wedding ceremony in the gardens of a luxurious hotel overlooking the Mediterranean sea, under an arch of hydrangeas and roses. Classical music was playing over the murmur of waves, while the couple celebrated their love for each other.

For the dinner party, the couple chose the newly renovated ballroom with a panoramic view of the sea. The table setting was well thought-out and embraced blue specially-made napkins, glass charger plates, crystal glasses, blue and white floral arrangements, mirrors and candles. As a keepsake of the marvelous event, an animal-themed espresso cup was gifted to each guest to remember this special day. After having a bite from the eccentric animal themed wedding cake and once the music started, everyone gathered around the dance floor and partied until the early hours.

With a Touch of Red

When cultures meet, this is the result. The couple decided to have their wedding in the groom’s hometown, Limassol. They trusted Here With Me for the coordination of their special day.

Being Chinese, the beautiful bride’s only condition was that the wedding should have Chinese elements. Red was the colour of her choice and peonies were the main flowers featured.

The ceremony took place at the wooden St. George chapel within the Four Seasons Hotel in Limassol. While the chapel is somehow different than typical Christian chapels, it still had a very traditional feel to it. The setting was beautiful and the ceremony was very intimate.  After the ceremony, friends and family gathered around the chapel for a glass of bubbly, before moving to the ballroom for a gourmet dinner followed by dancing until the early hours.

Photos by Studio Profilo.