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Wednesday 31 August 2011

Tara Reid's wedding in Santorini!

Tara Reid is having a vacation to remember.

The American Pie actress married new boyfriend Zack Kehayov in Santorini, Greece.

Reid, 35, Tweeted feverishly Saturday, and announced the happy news herself in a series of short messages. "Just got married in Greece I love being a wife, she wrote...


Saturday 6 August 2011

Beach weddings in Greece

If you have your heart set on a beach wedding, Greece can accommodate in style. Including its island coasts, the coastline of Greece is officially given as 13,676 kilometres, so you can imagine all the available options to celebrate your very special day with family and friends. 
Because of the number of hotels on the water, a beach wedding in Greece can be more than simply saying “I do" and heading off to celebrate elsewhere -- many couples choose to have their entire wedding close to the sea.
One popular option is to exchange vows on the beach, move to a hotel veranda or a lounge beach for the cocktail hour, and then head inside for a more formal reception. Luxury yachts are another exciting option for a wedding reception party.  Contact us now for your free wedding consultation and find out more about your Beach Wedding in the Greek islands!
Ideal locations for beach weddings in Greece: Zante, Paros and Antiparos, Crete

NEW: Beach Wedding Essential Packages from 950,00 euro

Thursday 4 August 2011

Planning your Honeymoon...

Santorini, Greece, the perfect location for a destination wedding and memorable honeymoon
Your honeymoon is the most important holiday of your life, and planning it can be a stressful task for any couple: where to go, when to go, when to start planning, etc - so many questions! Luckily for us, we have asked honeymoon experts Travel and Hospitality Services  for their insider tips to de-stress your honeymoon planning… 

1)Start as early as possible. Scheduled flights can only be confirmed 11 months in advance; but generally, people book six to eight months in advance. 
2)The two main problems couples face are usually to do with time and money, as with most things.
In terms of the money, just remember that you get what you pay for, so think about how that relates to where you are staying and how long for. If you plan it right there are ways to cut the cost - think about ten nights rather than fourteen, for example. Where you are going is the most important aspect of all holidays, so it is vital you get it right.

3)We always suggest to try somewhere new; it's much more fun for both of you. However, we do have a fair number of couples who wish to return to destinations they have been to before. Common sense applies, though: don't ever take you new wife or husband where you have been with another partner. 

 4)Choose a honeymoon that suits you both; a remote tented safari camp with bucket showers and long drop toilets is great for some, hell for others.
Our top recommendations are to talk to someone who has been to your chosen destination; don't try to do too much; book with someone you trust and don't book with the cheapest, book with the best. And remember: paradise is not a place, it's who you are with.

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