Shhhhhh, brides - the latest trend in a destination wedding is Montenegro. If you are on the hunt for a seaside destination wedding location this is the European secret and the perfect location with beautiful mountain scenery and a coastline for days. Case in point? This uber romantic nuptial exchange captured exquisitely by international photographer Ksenia Milushkina who focuses on highlighting the intimacy of a wedding day through its details, color, texture and style. And all she had to do was start with this bride's lush Vera Wang gown to seize our attention. This day of beauty can only be summed up as one effortlessly elegant celebration with its use of dusty colors and antiques and scenery that is straight from a postcard.
Destination Wedding in Montenegro
A destination wedding in Montenegro is only befitting for Natalia and Maxim who met first at the office. They began carpooling and always found themselves working until midnight on mutual projects and watching old black and white movies. They quickly realized even as much time as they spent together - it wasn't nearly enough. Everything about their relationship has been about romance and travel. Sometimes planning trips far in advance or purchasing an airline ticket and taking the next flight out. During one of their travels to France, Maxim proposed at the highest point of the mountain pass of Col de Turini. For several months, they considered various destinations from Las Vegas to Greece. It was Montenegro that attracted these lovebirds the most. They married at the Konoba ÃÂatoviÃÂa Mlini where Natalia wore an unforgettable Vera Wang gown that paired beautiful with her color palette of gray, deep blue, soft peach and pale pink. Working with wedding planner Pasternak Wedding and floral and event designer Serafima Pavlova, Natalia was able to focus on the details as her belief is that the accents and details help create the magical atmosphere. And what we love most? Natalia found her vendors through social media. She identified fabulous and creative vendors who not only made their invitations, but guest boxes, flower girl dresses, jewelry and her peignoir. Their wedding style was considered vintage with their main colors becoming gray, deep blue, soft peach and pale pink.