Access: Ambur Rose
Venue: The Waters Estate
Event Rental: @edwardsevents
Harpist: Anne Durrant
caterer: Yia Yia's Kitchen
baker: Cookie Everything
Bird Handler: Phoenix Birds Of Savannah
Wholesale Florist: Love And Flowers Wholesale
Silk Florals: @Afloral
Paper Designer: @thepapercreation
Event Rentals: @savvintagerentals
Event Painter: @ashleys_canvas
Decor Rental, Floral Design and Event Stylist: @twochicksandatrunk
Hair Artistry: Rebekah Walea Rahn
📍Georgia, South Carolina
There are so many traditional Greek elements to this modern take on this old world Greek Goddess theme:
Traditional Navy and Gold
Crowns are seen during certain aspects of a Greek wedding; in this one, they are worn throughout.
The crowns, wine glasses, and napkins all contain the Greek key.
Traditional Greek wine
The venue has the feel of old Greek columns which is duplicated in the invitations, cake, and cookies
The food is all Greek and items traditional to a Greek wedding, prepared by a local Greek chef in the Savannah, Georgia area.
Mati - Evil eye
Koufetta - sugar-coated almonds
The gowns are clearly inspired by old-world Greece
Olive and olive branches can be found throughout the florals
Koufetta: According to tradition in Greece, the egg shape of the almond represents fertility and the new life which begins with marriage. The hardness of the almond represents the endurance of marriage and the sugar symbolizes the sweetness of future life. The odd number of almonds is indivisible, just as the Bride and the Groom shall remain undivided.
Mati: Protection from curses
To add a little extra flare true to the ancient Greek times but playing on current wedding trends we added a harpist and event painter!
For a little wow factor we brought in a few beautiful birds!
This was held in Rincon, Georgia just outside of Savannah at The Waters Estate
We hope you enjoy and have a lot of fun with this Ancient Greece inspired wedding!