The 14th of February is here and although I am not totally a fan, I love these days as I can see around me ideas to use for the rest of the year, as I love to surprise my better half often! Not to mention that days cannot go wrong if you use them to love!
What a Sweet Valentine…
When the Wedding Blogger, Kat, came to me to photograph her amazing ideas about Valentine’s Day, I was so excited!
Beautiful little or bigger surprises for your loved one on the hottest date of the year!
Enjoy the full article for 5 amazing tips here!
So much is said about love… movies, literature, cards, letters, passion-filled confessions, speeches infinite in sentiments, grand gestures that are witnesses for the happiness, the pain, the sacrifice… everything in the name of love!
It’s the emotion most treasured and at the same time most despised by almost every human being. It’s the emotion that we all want to experience, to live with… we hope that it will be reciprocated with sincerity and intensity. We want to love and be loved. Every day we desire that little word, that touch, that tiny act that will assure its presence… every day we await to get our lives enriched and fill our hearts. Love.
Yes, when you are in love then every day is Valentine’s Day! Wedding photographers are kind of love experts. We know a thing or two about true love. After witnessing via my photo camera so many love stories in the last 10 years, I can sense it when love is in the air.
Organized by: WeddingTales.gr
Photography: Fiorello Photography
Outfit: Lila Nova
Pillows, towels, slippers: WedShop.gr
Flowers: RedBox Days
Heart: The Letter Co.
Desserts: Pavlov’s Lab
Location: St.George Lycabettus
I am so happy that through my lens I have the opportunity to capture life moments and true emotions. My photography camera is the media that helps me tell a couple’s life story and protect memories from fading out. I am a memory keeper. Ready to freeze time and the beauty of life in every single click. Priceless moments are the treasure of every wedding and important event and can be shared with loved ones in the future to come. – Monika Kritikou