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Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Villa wedding

Sunset Paros villa 
If your wedding party is looking like 20 guests and upwards, you're likely to be thinking of reserving exclusive use of a villa for the wedding reception and evening. For many situations, the wedding ceremony itselfcan be held in the gardens or halls of the villa itself.

Bay view villa in Rhodes
Villas are broadly divided into three types - those rented with exclusive use on a weekly basis, those rented just for the wedding day,  and not for accommodation, and those that can be rented more like a hotel, in part or whole, for one or more days.

Paros Beach villa
All the villas have either kitchen services, or hired catering, that can prepare top class Greek cuisine, and stunning wedding events. The villa wedding gives you incredible flexibility, for a more relaxed event, with intimate settings for the ceremony, music, the meal, and after dinner events.
Contact us now to find out more about about the our collection of private villas in Greece!

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Weddings in Zante

The beautiful island of Zakynthos is located on the west side of Greece, on the south of the Ionian Sea, right across from the Peloponnese (Greek mainland) and its a very popular wedding destination for couples that are looking white sand beaches to get married.
The amazing beaches are the island’s main attraction along with the endangered Caretta Caretta turtle. Beautiful sandy beaches with crystal water in all the shades of blue are found throughout Zante (as it is also known).
The Shipwreck cove one the most photographed beaches in the world, the untouched and protected Gerakas beach, the deep blue waters of the rocky Porto Limnionas and the long sandy, family friendly beaches of Kalamaki and Laganas are just a few.
Contact our wedding planners now to find out more about for your Zante Wedding!

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Congratulations! You are enganged! Now what?

He popped the question. You said yes. Now what? These 10 things will help you figure out what to do first—and how to enjoy every second of the wedding planning process.

Congratulations! You're engaged. These 10 to-dos—from the fun (get a manicure!) to the nitty-gritty (set your budget)—will get you organized, on track, and well on your way to planning the best wedding ever.

1. Call your VIPs
Share the big news with your inner circle before updating your status on Facebook. It's not cool for your acupuncturist to find out before Grandma.
2. Get your engagement ring insured.
It may not be the most thrilling task in the world, but if your engagement ring falls down the garbage disposal, flies off a rollercoaster, or sheds a diamond or two, you'll be ever-so-glad you got that precious stone insured.
3. Get a manicure
Everyone's eyes will be on your hand, so grab your BFF, splurge on a professional mani, and start showing off that sparkler.
4. Enjoy the moment
Being engaged means you get to plan the wedding of your dreams. But it also means that you just committed to spending the rest of your life with your soul mate. Take some time (at least a couple of weeks) to savor how epically romantic that is before you dive into logistics.
5. Start dreaming
This is the fun part: brainstorming with your guy about the big day. Compare fantasies (tequila tastings! beach vows!), and sign up for a Pinterest account to create an online inspiration board. Go crazy—you can refine things after you've picked your venue.
6. Add up your wedding budget
Ready to get down to the nitty-gritty? Settle on a rough guest list and budget. Without them, you can't book the right venue and vendors for your price point.
7. Get out your calendar
Have a range of dates in mind before you tour venues. Are you envisioning a spring garden wedding, or fall I do's in the woods? Do you want to honeymoon in Yosemite, or cruise the Caribbean? The answers will help steer you toward your ideal time of year. Tip: Ask engaged friends when they're getting hitched, so you can avoid those dates.
8. Hire a wedding planning pro
If you want to work with a wedding planner, book her before you choose your venue.
9. Find a wedding venue
Your venue will influence every decision you make, from your color scheme to the style of your dress, so lock it down early. The key is finding one that meshes with your vision (black-tie ballroom, modern minimalist, etc.). And don't be afraid to think beyond the banquet hall.
10. Stay organized

This is not the kind of party you can throw together at the last minute. Stay on track by creating a comprehensive timeline of your wedding to-dos.