Picture this: you and your loved one walking barefoot on the beach towards a sensational romantic setup to say “I do”, with the crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea as a backdrop… It’s no surprise that this fascinating island is one of the top places in the world to get married.
If you’re planning your wedding and considering of beginning your lives together in a dazzling destination, Mykonos should definitely be high on your list. This stunning island in the heart of the Aegean Sea is gifted with many spectacular beaches to host an unforgettable ceremony, while its Cycladic architecture and breathtaking sunset views over the white-washed houses will provide a gorgeous backdrop to your wedding.
Depending on your preferences, you can choose to have a civil or a religious wedding in Mykonos. However, if you are fond of Greek culture, you should absolutely have a traditional wedding! This means that you will exchange your vows in a picturesque fairytale chapel or church—and after that, all the fun begins. Delicious food, plenty of wine and much dancing are only a small part of a beautiful experience that you and your lucky guests will remember for a lifetime.
If you rather desire to have an impressive wedding, cosmopolitan Mykonos is also the ideal place to get married! It’s no mere coincidence that so many celebrities choose the island for their holidays. Consider booking a luxury villa for your romantic stay and combining your destination wedding with a magnificent honeymoon. After all, why go somewhere else when you are on such an amazing island with mind-blowing beaches and endless blue skies?
Last but not least, remember that Mykonos island has this magical feel that you can’t get anywhere else in the world. The people are unbelievably friendly, the food is excellent, and the wedding professionals based on the island or in Athens are deeply experienced and ready to help make your Big Day exactly as you dream it!
Still thinking about it? Make your plans, book your flights, pack your bags. Off to a gorgeous wedding in Mykonos!