There is a Greek Wedding tradition to write the names of your girlfriends on your wedding shoe to send them the blessing of marriage, sort of like the tossing of the bouquet!
Ari’s Baptism Day I have been meaning to share these photos for a while now. My son’s baptism was back in January. Being a mum means that you get busy and distracted and sometimes blogging a post like this one takes a few months to complete. Thank you to the lovely readers who have sent me emails asking to see… View Post
Here is a question from one of our readers: “Hi Sia. Love your Greek traditions blog. I have a question that I can’t find the answer to and the oldies in the family seem to be at odds with each other over what’s right and not. I wanted to use my wedding veil to be a part of the lambatha… View Post
Pamela and Triffon were married on 10 October 2015 at Saint Spyridon in Sydney, Australia. I invited Pamela and Triffon to do an interview for the blog and Pamela agreed to share her wedding story with us. The styling at this wedding is like no other wedding I have ever seen before. Every detail has been carefully thought through and beautifully… View Post