At first sight, Greece is a wonderful country with which you might fall in love. Isn’t it one of the most lovely spots? The smell of the sea, where the water is so clear that the bottom can always be seen, the brilliant, warm summer sun, which leaves a brilliant tan, stunning sunsets, and light cuisine are all extremely appealing.
The style of Greek weddings is always magnificent, serious, and fresh. A Greek wedding does not require elaborate decorations or contrasting accents. Colorful balloons and ribbons aren’t fit for the theme.
Natural features will become the major décor for a Greek-style wedding—fresh flowers and garlands made of natural materials are more appropriate. Olive and laurel branches will make a lovely adornment.
Another choice for a Greek wedding decoration is to go with a nautical theme, which includes snow-white tablecloths, seashells, and candles in clear candlesticks. This decor is especially amazing when it’s dark!
The bride and groom must travel across an arch constructed of fresh flowers fashioned particularly for them, according to ancient Greek customs. It denotes a good family life as well as success in new ventures.
Flowing light fabrics, Greek-style geometric adornment, antique-inspired structures, amphorae, olive branches, huge shells, laurel, grape leaves, ceramic bowls, flowers – all of these components can be successfully employed for décor. In the reception hall, place enormous floor vases with floral bouquets. Walls and arches can be adorned with floral wreaths. The Greeks, as you may be aware, celebrate their celebrations with garlands of herbs and flowers, and you might follow their lead.
A Greek bride should be as basic as possible while still being beautiful and attractive. A Greek bride’s clothing is traditionally white. Models in soft pastel colors like sand, beige, or blush pink are also available.
A high waist, exposed shoulders, and a long, flowing, floor-length skirt. Such gowns are soft, stylish, and flattering. The unusual empire silhouette will offer a few ideal centimeters of height to low brides, and the flowing fabrics will disguise the flaws of overweight females.
The Greek bride’s hairdo comes in a variety of styles to suit everyone’s preferences. Natural curls, half-up, half-down, braids, or a traditional Greek bun are all possibilities. As adornments for the Greek haircut, use ribbons, pearls, fresh flowers, or a simple tiara.
Natural hues and a focus on the eyes are the hallmarks of Greek cosmetics. Light arrows can be used for nighttime makeup. This will brighten the eyes while emphasizing their expressiveness.
Floral Rhombus Shape Decorative Frame Invitations
The guests will remember this wedding invitation as a special keepsake. Pastel-colored cards with images of olive branches — Greece’s symbol. Invitation scrolls wrapped with a beautiful ribbon are an excellent and unique solution. You can use aged paper for invites to make the scrolls look older.
Another option you can choose is these Floral Rhombus Shape Decorative Frame Invitations that I am providing to you for free!
These templates are quite simple yet elegant, which is perfect for your wedding.
In addition, I’ve made or left a pretty large space, so you can freely write or type your party information and it can be crystal clear enough to be easily read by your guests.
How to download
- Firstly, choose your favorite design, then right-click that preview image.
- Select “Save image as” and locate where you want it to be saved on your device.
- You can leave it as it is and open it later when the download is finished.
Open the file with third party apps such as Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Paint, Corel Draw, and so forth.
For beginner: it’s better for you to use Ms. Word, as it’s capable of doing that flawlessly, and there are many features to help you, like inserting text, changing the font styles, and so on.