Ivory cotton daisy lace, halter neckline gown with fluted hem, pleated back train and ivory hand rolled lace and silk organza flowers nestled at the back pleat. Dress has 57” sweep train.
Make sure you have a picture of your parents’ wedding day and your husband’s parents’ wedding day, just like this one!
so glad you’re loving it all the way from Malaysia!
I don't know if you've touched upon it. I've only gotten to page 27 on your tumblr. Can you tell me, if you have any, ideas of how to ask your Maid-of-Honor and your bridesmaids to be in your bridal party?
Absolutely, I will let you know when I post them.
Thank you so much! I’m so happy you love it!
The bride & groom wear connected headpieces while taking their first steps as husband and wife.
The bride leads a raucous dance known as the kalamatiano, where the entire bridal party joins hands and skips in a circle (think Jewish weddings…without the chair). Guests also love the acrobatic tsamiko, where skilled dancers leap into the air, and the rowdy zebekiko, where dancers sequentially take shots of ouzo (a very potent Greek liquor) off of the floor.
Cooking is an art form in Greek culture, so it’s a given that mouthwatering cuisine is a focal point at Greek weddings — it can even turn into a contest! Families and friends may bring breads and cakes or just contribute their best recipes to compete for a nod from the newlyweds recognizing their culinary prowess.
Candy-coated Jordan almonds are a timeless Mediterranean wedding favor. The bitter-sweet combination symbolizes the hope that the difficult moments of the couple’s life will be balanced out with happiness. Fill tulle bags with an odd number of candies — it signifies your unbreakable bond.
The Final Cut
In Greece, grooms cut up their tie at the end of the reception. According to tradition, the couple sells the pieces to guests and stashes the profits in their honeymoon piggy bank!
Bury a bottle of small bourbon upside down, at the site of the wedding, it will bring pretty weather for your special day.