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Kythira Island wedding

Kythira – with its gorges, waterfalls and perfect beaches!

The unique beauty of this quiet island, with the multi-faceted landscapes, is the ideal destination for couples that wish something unique for their wedding ceremony and reception.

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Nasioutzik Museum wedding

This Byzantine Estate with its green rolling hills is one of the best upmarket wedding venues in Athens. The rustic stone manor serves as a beautiful backdrop to any grand wedding event. With its huge grounds and quaint stone church, it oozes style and class.

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Winter wedding in Athens

Tanya and Stamati’s winter wedding was a big affair with lots of guests attending from all over Greece.

The service was held in a quaint little church in Politia called Agia Anna. The reception was held at Riviera Estate.

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Amorgos Island wedding

The popoular 1988 movie “The Big Blue” with Jean Reno was shot on the island of Amorgos. Parts of the island reach a considerable height above sea level, offering superb views out over the Archipelago.Amorgos is one of the most impressive Cycladic islands, boasting marvellous beaches with azure waters, gorgeous caves, ideal spots for diving, scenic bays and ancient footpaths leading through its steep rocky terrain…

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Autumn Chicago wedding

One of the benefits of being in the wedding industry is that you get to travel and see places that possibly you would not get to see.

Katerina and Costa’s wedding was very special for us as we had never been to Chicago before and also we had covered Costa’s sister’s wedding in Greece a few years previously and were very fond of the family.

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Chios Island |A Greco-Brazilian wedding

The mastic-scented island with a fascinating history

Much as Chios is famous for its mastic, it is not the only “magic” one can find on this island. Alongside its rich history starting from the Neolithic Age and including adventures with Saracene pirates and the Turks during the Greek Revolution, Chios also claims to be the birthplace of Homer.

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