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Breathtaking views and fairytale atmosphere for you and your loved ones.

Monday 24 February 2014

Beach wedding and reception in Greece

Warm sea breezes, accompanied by sand, the deep blue sea, blue skies and the water crashing at your feet…
Beach wedding Greece
Panos Rekouniotis Photography
Have you always envisioned your wedding outdoors surrounded by the warmth of the sun, and the open air blowing softly in the background, as you embark upon the beginning of your future?
A unique setting on the volcanic white rocks, a few meters above the sea, comprised of an oceanfront complex featuring an organized beach with fabulous lounge beds, a beach bar & restaurant area.

Inspired by a romantic island that provides you an exotic backdrop and plays at your heart strings, the ceremony can take place early in the evening, during the sunset time were the sky turns into an amazing red-yellow colour, either on the beach or in he terrace overlooking the breathtaking extraterrestrial scenery.

After the ceremony, the reception can be modified up to your desires. From a casual traditional BBQ, a Cocktail Party or an over the top extravaganza, this isolated location offers you privacy and allows you to celebrate until the early hours in the morning.

Friday 21 February 2014

Mr and Mrs Greece: Customized favors

Design your custom made t-shirt, mug, apron or any other item you like with your name and wedding details. For more info, styles and prices:

Monday 3 February 2014

Wedding venues in Greece

Best wedding locations Greece
Finding the best sites, services and vendors, at your choosen destination is easy thank to our caring and experienced planning team.

Santorini wedding
Meanwhile we continue to expand our Wedding Planning Services on every Greek island, by adding hotels, residences, complexes and fine dinning restaurants, that offer our couples both ceremony and reception, in elegant and graceful surroundings.
Want to know more? Contact us now for our new available wedding venues and locations in Greece!

Santorini Weddings
Crete Weddings
Rhodes Weddings
Monemvasia Weddings
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Chios Weddings
Fairytale in a Medieval village

New venue alert: Chios Wedding Venue

Located amogst a beautiful citrus grove, in Kambos Chios, this private estate welcomes you to feel its historic ambience. Great place for a wedding up to 200 guests and available from May to September.

20 questions to ask your wedding photographer

When you're relying on one person to capture the romance and excitement of your big day, you've got to make the right choice - check the questions below to see what you need to know!

1. What style of work does your photographer specialise in?
This is a crucial question. If you've got your heart set on an informal, reportage-style of photography, don't choose someone who specialises in traditional posed shots and family line-ups. Likewise, if you're looking for a photgrapher who offers digital special effects such as retouching or hand-colouring, make sure this is an option before you book.

2. What qualifications do they have? 
Qualifications aren't essential for taking great pictures, but it's always reassuring to know your photographer has the necessary skills needed to shoot really creative pictures and to handle tricky weather conditions such as low light, harsh sunlight or dark skies.

3. Will the person you meet at the initial consultation be the person taking your pictures on the day?
It's important to form a rapport with your photographer if you're going to feel relaxed in their company. Ask who will be taking your photographs, and make sure you meet them before signing a contract.

4. Do they shoot digitally or on film?
Some photographers swear by film, while others have converted to digital, so ask your photographer why they prefer their chosen format. Bear in mind that photographs shot on film will need to be individually scanned if you want them to be uploaded to a website or saved onto a CD - and this may add to your final bill.

5. Do they offer a pre-wedding shoot? 
Some photographers will offer you a photoshoot ahead of your wedding. This will give you and your photographer the chance to develop a rapport, will get you accustomed to being photographed and will help your photographer discover under which circumstances you look your best.

6. Have they taken photographs at your chosen wedding venue before?
Always choose a photographer who is familiar with your venue, or who is willing to waste precious time on the day searching for the perfect spot for that romantic pose.

7. Are they available to show you any testimonials and photographs from other recent weddings? 
There's nothing like praise from other couples to make you feel confident in your chosen photographer. Equally, it's important to take a look at other people's photographs so you can check you're happy with the photographer's style, and point out any shots you particularly like (or dislike).

 8. Do they offer black and white as well as colour photography?
If your photographer is shooting digitally, this won't be an issue, but if they're using film, you might like them to have one camera for those atmospheric black and white shots and another for colour shots of details such as the flowers and cake.

9. Do they offer different photography packages for you to choose from?
Most photographers will offer a number of packages. If none of them suits what you want, ask whether they'll give you a bespoke quotation. For example, if you're on a tight budget, you might choose to have a photographer just for an hour or two.

10. How long will they stay?
Ideally, you should look for a photographer who covers individual elements of the day, rather than setting a time scale. Decide whether you want them there to capture everything from you getting ready right through to the first dance, or perhaps just from the ceremony to the cake-cutting. Setting a time scale is risky if things run late and they start billing by the hour.

11. Do they charge for transport? 
If your photographer is local, this is unlikely to be an issue, but if they're travelling any great distance they may charge an amount per mile. You might even need to provide overnight accommodation, so be sure to confirm this before booking.

12. Will they require refreshments? 
If your photographer is spending any length of time at your wedding, it's only fair to assume he or she will need to be fed. While a sandwich might be sufficient if they're only there for a few hours, consider offering a main course from your wedding breakfast if you've booked them for the entire day. 

13. Will they offer a discount for a weekday wedding? 
Wedding photographers are in greatest demand on Saturdays, so some might be willing to lower their prices if you're getting married mid-week, even if they don't advertise the fact. Don't be afraid to ask! 

14. Are they happy to work alongside a videographer? 
While your photographs are an essential memento, a video will enable you to listen to those vows and speeches for years to come. The only problem can arise when a photographer and a videographer both want to stand in the same spot to capture those magical moments. If you're planning on having your day filmed, make sure you tell your photographer they will be working alongside a videographer

15. How many pictures will you receive? 
The number of photographs you receive often depends on the package you've chosen. Generally speaking, digital photographers will take more shots than a photographer using film, so you'll have a wider selection to choose from.

16. Who will own the copyright? 
Most photographers will retain the copyright to your images so that any reprints not included in your package will need to be ordered through them.

17. How will the final set of photographs be presented?
Most packages will include some kind of album, so ask to see an example of what your photographer offers. The easiest way for friends and family to see and purchase your wedding photography is on the internet. Many photographers offer this service as well as providing an album, but it's always a good idea to check

18. Are they insured against mishaps? 
None of us likes to think of the worst-case scenario, but there is always a chance something might go wrong with the camera or the film gets damaged. It's important to find out whether your photographer has professional indeminty insurance, and exactly what this covers.

19. When will you need to pay? 
Unfortunately, you will need to part with your money at some point, and you need to know when. Expect to pay a deposit when you book and the remaining balance just before the big day.

20. When will you see your pictures? 

The first thing you'll want to do when you return from your honeymoon is look at your photos. Ask how long it will take to put the images online and when you will receive the actual prints. 

Source: Wedding and Wedding Flowers

Picture this: How to choose your photographer

Wedding in Santorini
By far one the most stressful decisions you have to make is WHO is going to capture your big day through the eye of a lens?! There are 100's of different photographers in Greece and internationally , all with various degree's of talent, styles, packages, and pricing. It is really all about your personal style and finding a photographer that can capture your style. What do we mean?
Pictures will be all you have once the memory of your big day starts to fade, so make sure you INVEST wisely in a great photographer that will capture the true love between you and your honey!
Make sure you narrowed it down to 3 Photographers, making sure you get the best deal for the money you are going to spend, and who has our best interest at heart on your Greek Wedding Day!