When a Polish bride marries an Iranian groom in a village in Greece, the result is nothing short of magical. Marta and Sal said “I do” at Agreco Farm, where they balanced traditional wedding customs with a breezy, laid-back attitude true to the Grecian atmosphere. Marta looked stunning in her Sophia Tolli lace gown, with her cropped blonde hair pinned back with a delicate birdcage veil. Elias Kordelakos‘ photographs of the day didn’t disappoint, leaving the newlyweds with too many favorites to choose from as they reminisce on their wedding for years to come.
Marta and Sal
Agreco Farm, Crete, Greece
Sal is Iranian and Marta is Polish, so our day was a combination of both.
Sal is a photographer, so photos were his top priority. He interviewed many photographers until he was confident of his decision. We couldn’t be happier with the work Elias Kordelakos did. Professional from beginning to end. Our guests loved him, and final product speaks for itself!
We like the classic, rustic look and keeping things very simple. The venue was breathtaking so it didn’t need must sprucing up.
It was such a perfect wedding, we couldn’t have imagined it any differently. The venue was everything we dreamed of and everyone danced and partied till 3am.
The Wedding Team:
A big thanks to Elias Kordelakos for sharing Marta and Sal’s classic Greek wedding with Junebug! Loving the effortless Mediterranean feel of this wedding? Check out Suzanne and James’ traditional Tuscan garden wedding at Villa Catureglio for more inspiration!