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Friday, 31 January 2014

Cliffside Wedding: Andronis Luxury Suites

Andronis Luxury Suites, Santorini Greece
Reflecting traditional Aegean architecture and overlooking the island’s volcanic caldera, the Andronis Luxury Suites represents the most luxurious, dreamy escape in a Mediterranean setting beyond compare.
The multi-villa property gently cascades down the side of this unparalleled Greek island, forming part of the traditional landscape yet with Zen-like sophistication and discrete luxury that make transform these 22 award-winning suites into a lifetime experience for its elite visitors.
Andronis Luxury Suites is located in the quite town of Oia only a short 20 minute drive from Santorini’s airport and from Thira, the island’s main town.

Cliffside Wedding: Dana Villas

Santorini cliffside wedding
Dana Villas Santorini are a group of studios and apartments perched on the rim of the cliff in Firostefani, yet, away from the noisy centre, facing the sea and Volcano island. The villas have been reconstructed in traditional architectural style.
On the rim of the Caldera, for an intimate afternoon, a refreshing bubbly dip of having fun with your friends, there is a decadent luxury about sipping cocktails while feasting on a view fit for the gods...

The hotel property is conveniently located in the village of Firostefani, less than 2 km from the island’s capital of Fira and 15 minutes from Santorini’s International Airport and Athinios Port.

Cliffside Wedding: Santorini Grace

Grace Santorini is an exclusive boutique hotel in Santorini, Greece, perched above the world-famous Caldera with breathtaking views and sumptuous sunsets.  Located in the romantic setting of Imerovigli in the northwest of the island, high above the Caldera, Grace Santorini is the perfect vantage point from which to enjoy the famed Santorini island sunsets that envelop Greece's Cyclades Islands. 
Luxury accommodation in Santorini has never been better situated – the perfect boutique hotel in Santorini for a wedding or honeymoon. The Villa, deal for couples or small groups, it has its own private spa and kitchen, a huge private pool and extensive secluded sunbathing areas. This romantic boutique property with its individually styled suites and rooms is extremely popular with couples on honeymoon seeking the classic Caldera view.

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Wedding in Santorini
“There is nothing nobler or more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep house as man and wife, confounding their enemies and delighting their friends”.

Your wedding day must be perfect. Event-gr has the expertise to make it so. It begins when we have our initial contact with the bride and groom. And it ends when every last guest is convinced they have experienced a fairy-tale come true.
Choose between our suggested wedding moods: Beach WeddingElegant Cliffside WeddingMamma Mia Wedding or share with us the wedding of your dreams to make it reality!

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Its all Greek to me: How to deal with the wedding paperwork in Greece

Having troubles with necessary documentation for your Greek Wedding?
The following documents are required to perform a legal Civil Wedding in Greece: 

For European Union citizens:
  • Birth Certificates(full) with an Apostille stamp, translated into Greek
  • A "Single Status" letter or letter of non impediment endorsed with Aposille stamp. "Single Status" is a document issued from your local registrar and insures that there is no problem to get married.
  • Photocopies of passports (no translation required)
  • If divorced, then the divorce certificate is required (no translation required)

For non E.U citizens
  • Birth certificates(full) with Apostille stamp, translated into Greek
  • Marriage license, stating that it is also valid for Greece. It is also recommended that the marriage license be endorsed with Apostille Stamp
  • Or you can issue instead of Marriage license, a no impediment or Single Status letter which will mention that you are free to get married in Greece and date of marriage.
  • Photocopies of your passports (no translation required)
  • If applicable, documentary evidence (death certificate or final/irrevocable divorce decree) of the termination of a previous marriage (the most recent, if more than one), no translation required.
  • The Apostille Stamp that can be obtained from the Secretary of State of the issuing state. 

All the above documents (except the passports) are to be translated into Greek and authenticated by your local Greek Embassy or Consulate. If you have problems or want to avoid the hastle, you can send us the authenticated original documents and we will take care of the translations (translation costs are extra - please ask us for the cost).

We would like to inform you that your birth certificates will be kept in your marriage file in the city hall. Therefore if you wish them back, please issue authenticated copies.

All the documents should be sent to us, 2 months prior to date of wedding. In return we will send you a confirmation issued by the Municipality verifying that all the documents are in order. 

Monday, 20 January 2014

"Versailles after dark" Kim Kardashian and Kanye West search for the perfect wedding venue in Paris

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West look at a possible wedding venue In Versailles
She's already revealed their upcoming nuptials will take place 'somewhere out of the country'.
And it would seem that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are searching for the perfect wedding venue during their visit in Paris. 
The couple are scouting the City of Lights for the perfect place to host their upcoming summer nuptials.
But it appears the 33-year-old reality star and her future to be reportedly hoping to tie the knot in the historic
Palace of Versailles, which is not only a sprawling ancient building, but also an ostentatious symbol of pre-revolutionary France, and was formerly the home of Louis XVI and his wife Marie Antoinette.
The couple - who are proud parents to seven-month-old daughter North 'Nori' West - are said to have made a private visit to the Palace of Versailles as they attempt to find the perfect venue for their big day.
Other venues the pair have reportedly looked at include the Trianon Palace Hotel in
Versailles, located 20 kilometres outside of Paris.
Kim has made no secret of her desire for her third wedding to take place outside of America. 
Last week, Kim told Ellen DeGeneres of the couple's plans: 'It will be this summer. Somewhere out of the country. We honestly haven't picked a date yet. 

'We said when we were on our trip skiing this New Year's that we were going to pick the date and location, and that hasn't happened. We know we want it in the summer time, but we just have to figure that out.'

Saturday, 18 January 2014

Alert: 2014 Weddings in Greece giveaway!

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A winner will be chosen on 15/2/2014 so good luck to everyone and happy planning!

Wednesday, 8 January 2014

To elope or not to elope? Best wedding venues in Greece

It should go without saying that we are big fans of big day celebrations. But sometimes, an intimate gathering is a more romantic way to tie the knot. Whether it’s just the two of you or you’re setting a table for 20, these three Greek wedding venues offer the best views, ambience and services that suit your needs.

Wedding terrace in Santorini Greece
Wedding Chapel in Chios Greece
Private Estate in Chios Greece
Want know more for these amazing venues in Greece? Contact our wedding planners and find out how we can make your Greek wedding dreams a reality!

Thursday, 2 January 2014

FAQ: How to find the best wedding locations in Greece

Wedding in Santorini, Greece overlooking the volcano
You have the ring; you have set the date; now the task ahead is finding a venue that will accommodate your vision.
There are several aspects that you must take into consideration when deciding on your venue. First, what does the venue say about you and your beloved? Does it suit both your personalities? Can it accommodate your guests? Does the décor work with your theme, if you have one?
With so many locations to choose from, how do you go about choosing one? To begin, you both should visit each of your possible sites. Arrange a consultation with your greek wedding planner, and take some time to outline your questions and concerns.
You also need to pay attention to the size of the location to make sure it can accommodate your entire guest list. If possible, you will want to see the location while there is another wedding going on; the space may look large when it is empty, but how does it look when it’s filled with tables, chairs, the band’s set-up, DJ equipment, and people?
It’s also important that you address the following questions and issues when searching for your greek wedding site:
• Parking/Transportation: Is the space accessible to public transportation? What is the parking situation? Is there a valet? Make sure the location is safe for all your guests to get to and from their cars.
• Photography: Is there a location on the grounds to take photographs? If it is an indoor location, how is the lighting? How will your photos look?
• Package Price: What does the site-rental fee include? Catering, cake, décor, etc.? Schedule a meeting with the chef and pastry chef to discuss your menu. Make sure the décor suits you, your personality, and your theme. 
• Backup Plan: If you have decided to have your wedding outdoors, does the location you’re considering have a backup site to accommodate you if there is a change of weather? Will you need to rent a tent from an outside vendor, or will your site take care of it?
• Payment: What are the payment arrangements? What is required once you decide to commit?
• Getting In: How far in advance of the wedding will you have access to the premises?
• Narrowing It Down: If possible, ask your wedding planner to take photos of each location, as well as obtain a promotional package for each.
Sit down with the photos and promotional materials and outline the pros and cons of each location you both “love” before signing any agreements. Comparing all the possibilities will enable you to rule out unsuitable choices, narrow down the list, and ultimately find the site that’s right for you. Note that it may take several visits to the “finalists” before you decide on and book your site. And remember, venues are generally booked nine months to one year in advance, so you don’t want to put your search off for too long.

Happy New Year!

Warm whishes for everyone from Weddings in Greece! 
Happy New Year 2014!