Brides Stories

Yana & Illya

We would like to share with you the infinite and genuine charm of the new ADAMARIS bride – Yana @yana.novak26, whose solemn wedding ceremony turned one of Kyiv’s enclosed spaces into a real exotic jungle.

We want to thank Yana for the opportunity to become a part of this unforgettable event and sincerely wish her and her husband Illia endless love and boundless family happiness!

Vivid memories created by travel not only fill family albums but also serve as inspiration for new destinations and adventures.

Planning the wedding, Yana and Illya wanted to relive their trip to Mexico, namely to the town of Tulum and the Azulik hotel, which, right upon opening, became one of the most Instagrammable locations among numerous world resorts.

A place on the shore of the Caribbean Sea, harmoniously pairing stunning design solutions with forces of nature like water, earth and the sun, offered the couple an unforgettable experience, the vibe of which was easily recreated by the organizer of the special occasion – Juliya Solodchenko’s @solodchenko_juliya Wedding Empire agency @svadebnaya_imperiya.

Irene Shvets

As they travelled to discover North for the last Valentine’s day, Daniel and Irene made a deal, that if they were lucky enough to see the Northern Lights – they would marry.

The probability of catching the almost impossible to predict occurrence of Aurora Borealis according to climate forecast was rated less than 12%. The arctic sky, however, welcomed the couple with effusive malachite mirages as soon as they got off the plane ramp – they didn’t realise yet then it was the Aurora itself, named by Galileo in 1619 after Roman goddess of the dawn. Night by night vibrant neon green, brilliant blue and purple streams of solar wind energised particles spread across the sky in a celestial lightshow. Fateful electric spectacle has done its life-changing part, but very soon after came six months of quarantine parting – Irene was on lockdown in Ukraine, while Daniel stayed in Sweden. It may be that people of the Middle Ages were right in their beliefs that Northern Lights foreshow epidemics and wars. The loving couple’s electricity has been disturbed by closed borders fields.

Half-operating state departments were delaying legal paperwork.

Registering marriage in times of lockdown turned out to be even trickier than for solar wind particles to reach our planet and break through Earth’s magnetic field) However, the sweethearts have already caught the elusive phenomenon, so it was too late too give up on their romantic adventure.

And so it was – good luck was on the side of Love.

An accidental encounter with Elena Bernatskaya.

An unexpected cancellation of other couple’s registration. Prodigious hand craft of dressmakers, friends’ assistance and 43 hours to manage the wedding ceremony – all as unpredictable, as the Northern Lights.

Love triumphed! They did it, and know are looking forward to quarantine restrictions cancellation to be able to gala-celebrate their wedding in an ice castle, exactly where they caught Their Light.

Miracles happen to those who believe in them!