Getting Married in Mykonos
More or less we all know or heard stories about Mykonos. The idyllic Greek island located in the island group of Cyclades in the Aegean Sea. We all also know that Mykonos holds a mythic reputation about its sophisticated nightlife with the notorious around the clock parties that take place in its world renowned beach bars and its mega clubs.
If you are a heavy party goer, then Mykonos is the place for you. The Island of the Winds though, is not a destination only for those who just like to party hard. Traditionally, it also constitutes an ideal destination for honeymooners. It is also worth stressing at this point that Mykonos, with its inclusive atmosphere is getting all the more popular among the gay community when it comes homosexual honeymooners as well. The free and the absolutely safe environment are the key characteristics that render the island a great option for both gay and straight couples.
Apart from the aforementioned facts, another trend is gradually getting all the more a great deal of attention. First things first, Mykonos may be the smallest Cycladic island, but at the same time its cosmopolitan lifestyle, its majestic natural beauty, its rich history, its picturesque villages, and its unique architectural treasures make it a mythical destination. For all these reasons, Mykonos is getting popularity as an ideal destination for weddings.
Just imagine to exchange your vows with your loved one within that ambience of elegance. Thus, the island creates the perfect environment for a dream wedding, worthy of your expectations, and suitable for unforgettable memories. Of course don’t forget to share that special day with your loved ones on social media, like Facebook or Instagram, so you can share your happiness with the ones that care about you.
Of course there are many details that have to be arranged in order to have the perfect wedding like the one of your dreams. Namely, the design and styling of the wedding, the venue, the food, the wedding cake, the flowers, the guests’ accommodation, and their transportation. To help you planning all that there are a number of agencies available.
Let us though explore the basic wedding styles that the couples that choose to marry in Mykonos mostly prefer.
The small and romantic wedding
There are some couples that are looking for the perfect charming spot for their wedding, in order to share the ultimate romantic experience. That very concept is among the most popular ones. Mykonos is the right place for this kind of wedding. The narrow alleys in the Mykonos Town with the colorful bougaivilleas around and the small churches create an idyllic place for a small romantic ceremony. The criteria for that are also fully met by the unique and picturesque small Mykonian villages.
The large and luxurious wedding
In contrast to the previous concept, the large and luxurious wedding is another requirement made by couples. This type of wedding is less popular and is asked for mostly by the rich and famous, as its cost is immense. Nevertheless, Mykonos, which is well known for its luxurious services, constitutes the perfect place for this particular type of wedding as well. If you want your wedding day to be as special as it can possible be, you should definitely consider renting one of the best luxury villas in Mykonos and it’s guaranteed that you will remember this day for the rest of your life.
The beach wedding
By far the most fashionable type of ceremony is the beach wedding. It’s a timeless trend that is getting all the more popular throughout the years. Especially young couples, irrespective of their economic status prefer this concept for its freshness and informality.
It is worth stressing that one of the best places that can cover all the aforementioned wedding concepts is a Mykonian villa. The island includes a great variety of luxury villas in the best spots, whether that is on the beach, or with a sunset view, or on a cliff. No matter how you have envisioned your marriage in Mykonos, there is the perfect villa to host your dream wedding. Of course, everything said in this post applies to Santorini as well, since they are both two of the most beautiful islands in the world.