Dec 4, 2014

Wedding in Kea island Cyclades by Marryme in Greece

Dec 4, 2014


We are proud  of our Kea island Wedding

Published in Belle and Chic

Bride’s words: John is Australian of Greek decent and was in the process of applying for his Greek citizenship; for which he needed some of his papers translated in Greek. I am a translator and he made an appointment to meet me for the paperwork. We met up and it was love at first sight.
Greek island wedding
The island of Kea was picked for its unique style as well as the proximity to Athens for our international friends. We didn’t want anything extravagant, just a beautiful setting and a hassle free wedding. Good food was a must and the catering company was excellent. Our wedding cake amazing. The food was outstanding. Throughout the whole event we had drinks –starting with the welcome drink upon guests arrival – drinks after the wedding ceremony – excellent buffet and cheeses – during the reception time. After that champagne was served to our guests and we cut our wonderful cake,  the party started and went up to 5.00 a.m. After midnight spaghetti was served while drinks were served until the end of our wedding reception. Our photographers were exceptional talents..
Greek wedding planner

Wedding sandals

Kea island wedding

window with a view - Greek wedding

Bridal bouquet in a Greek island wedding

Greek wedding planner

We went for Olympia (amongst other planners) because of her experience, and our choice proved right. She navigated difficult situations with  great skill and she delivered an event exactly how we wanted. She created a beautiful wedding

and all our guests were satisfied. Olympia has excellent negotiation and communication skills, and gets things done. On the day of the wedding, everything went smoothly largely thanks to her. We have recommended our services to friends who plan to get married in Greece.

The wedding design was simple and chic, a combination of Greek elements such as the olive tree leaves and the honey. Also decorattive fish and shells elements were added to wedding decor and along with the fuchia color flowers created a vibrant enviroment. Small olive trees in white pots were placed on the tables with tha table numbers and a place name that the couple visited during their engagment time.
Wedding reception table set up 

An one last detail: The little dog of the venue was our friend  and the maskot of the night 
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Wedding and event Planner: Marryme in Greece – Olympia Giannopoulou
Dress: Temperley London
Groom’s Suit: Gieves and Hawkes, Saville Row
Bride’s Jewelry: Madison, Hatton Garden, London

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