Greek weddings get popular
Archimedes: January 2012
Greek Island weddings get more popular.
More and more young couples who take a Greek Island holidays decide that this is the place where they would like to get married.
And, as travel trends forecast a rise in weddings abroad in 2012, one specialist wedding firm has announced it has become the first ever wedding company to join the ABTA travel association.
Ionian Weddings, who specialise in weddings in unique locations across the Greek Islands and Cyprus, has seen a 25% rise in bookings for 2012, compared to 2011.
Now, membership of ABTA means that those clients who choose a wedding holiday in the Greek Islands also get the financial protection and security that the Association offers.
Jane Palikira, of Ionian Weddings said: "ABTA membership, along with impartial advice, our intimate knowledge of our wedding locations and team of experts both in the UK and on the islands, means that couples can relax and look forward to their wedding day in the knowledge that everything is taken care of."
An increase in flights to the popular Greek holiday island of Kefalonia and Kos in 2012 is expected to prompt an even bigger rise in wedding bookings this year.
Ionian Weddings can arrange services in unusual romantic location in Greece or Cyprus for as little as £2,500, including the ceremony, flowers, photographer, bridal car, reception, music and legal paperwork.
New Greek holiday island venues for 2012 include the beautiful underground lake at Melissani and the attractive Fanari Lighthouse, both on Kefalonia and the architecturally astounding Achilleion Palace on Corfu.
For couples considering a Greek island or Cyprus holiday island wedding, Ionian Weddings offers a two-hour consultation for small fee that is fully refundable on booking.
The company can also offer additional services, including help with booking accommodation for the wedding party and full documentation arrangements.