Post # 31
AnonBee2019 : I am, my family is from northern Greece (hence the light hair/eyes). We did some Greek touches to our decor, our wedding favors were evil eyes! I chose to have more greenery in my bouquet and decor, I see that a lot in Greek weddings. My bridesmaids also had greenery headpieces. We had a bottle of ouzo on every table and my Yiayia made homemade Greek cookies/baklava. The Greek influence was mainly decor based. I think the only other traditional from my family was using gemstones in my engagement and wedding bands.
Post # 32
OMG! What a beautiful couple! God bless you guys and your union!
Post # 33
These pictures are absolutely stunning!! They belong in a bridal magazine. Seriously. You both look so incredibly happy, you’re simply glowing!
LOVE both your dresses, and your husband’s outfits are fantastic too. Loveing all the colour and textures; you did an awesome job at blending your two cultures together as you melded your two families together. Looks like you had two beautiful ceremonies full of love, laughter and fun!
Congrats on your marriage, bee!
Post # 34
Congratulations, Bee! This is gorgeous! <3 Beautiful.
Post # 35
frommmisstomrs : beautiful! the joy really emanates from everyone in the pictures! Congratulations and love your dress although I may be slightly biased because the top of your dress was identical to mine!!
Post # 36
frommmisstomrs : Your photos are perfection. Your dress is so gorgeous and you are a beautiful couple. Congratulations
Post # 37
cmsgirl : I had to look back at your post history to see your dress, it was beautiful!
Post # 38
Gorgeous! What a cool mix of cultures!!