Luxury & Elegant Wedding Decoration Saint George Lycabettus
The wedding that we are sharing with you today reflects a special elegance! Vassilis & Theodora, came from the USA and decided to unite forever, realizing an impressive wedding in Greece. Having always with us their wedding planner, we jointly organized an absolutely glamorous ceremony and an even more special reception!
The Wedding took place in the chapel of Saint George in Lycabettus with the best view in Athens. Firstly, the wedding decoration was simple and classic, but very impressive. Our experts decorated the arcade of the chapel with an olive garland. The flowers of the garland were white hydrangeas, pink and salmon roses, pink and white lysianthus and special greenery. Moreover, six lanterns with olive details decorated the landing in front of the chapel. Also, there was a refreshment table under the olive tree in the churchyard. Bowls with spigots full of water and lemonade refreshed the guests. Fans for the women and metallic, golden amphorae with cones with rice and olive leaves completed the decoration. Furthermore, for the Wedding Candles and the Bridal Bouquet, the couple also chose roses, hydrangeas, lysianthus and olive.
The wedding decoration took place in the renovated Saint George Lycabettus. At the entrance of the venue we decorated an impressive wish table. Instead of the classic wish book, the guests took the couple’s monograms on which they wrote their wishes. Moreover, we placed two big white bowls with flower bouquets on the left and on the right side of the table. Two metallic, golden candelabras and four, small, round, white bowls with flower bouquets made the decoration even more impressive.
The arrangements which decorated the tables were very impressive. An amazing metallic, golden base was in the centre of each table. The upper and lower part of the base had two flower arrangements. We used the same flowers, as in the church. The main part was the olive and flowers such as roses, hydrangeas and lysianthus. Around this base there were metallic, golden candelabras and four, small glass bowls with candles. Every bowl was in different size.
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