We did. We went to Mauritius and stayed at Cannonier near Grand Baaie.
It was perfect, the weather was warm and lovely. Island paradise for 7 Days.
Our ceremony took place at my Greek church: Saint Anargyroi.
The reception took place at The Houghton Golf Club.
We had our welcome done on the beautiful balcony overlooking the golf course and watching the sunset. It was perfect. The main hall is where the rest of the evening took place.
The groom wore a navy blue suit. His entire outfit was purchased from Khaliques in Sandton.
The best man also wore a navy blue suit.
They both had matching shirts, ties and belts.
I had a maid of honour, and three flower girls. All 4 are my cousins. The best man is my husband’s brother. We wanted to keep with Greek tradition and have one koumbara (maid of honour) and one koumbaro (best man).
My colour scheme was grey, white and green. The girls were grey. Two wore a light grey and another two wore a dark/charcoal grey. All dresses were made from Gelique.
We got married at the Johannesburg Magistrates Court by my husband’s aunt on Wednesday, 13 June with our parents present. Then on the Saturday, 16 June we had our church wedding and were married by our priest at Saint Anargyroi in Triomph.
Adam Fine Photography
Adam was absolutely amazing and made us feel very comfortable both on the day and at our engagement shoot. We did a “first look” at The Palazzo Montecasino :) I cannot wait for the photos. We captured our special moment, followed with some photos with the bridal party and our parents.
At the Houghton Golf Club I worked closely with the event coordinator, Vivienne Cross. She helped from the event side
Our cake was a tier 1 lemon meringue naked cake made by a close friend, Courtney Appleton and her company called Whisked Away
We also had a Krispy Kreme doughnut station :) Original glazed - my favourite
I designed all our stationery - from the save the date, the wedding invite, the welcome sign, the seating chart, menu and table numbers and name cards. I kept the theme throughout on each.
Printing was done by The Posterworks.