Vouliagmeni Lake, Athens, Greece
You will adore this wedding at Vouliagmeni Lake, surrounded by the natural beauty of rocks and Mediterranean aristocratic atmosphere near Athens.
Sigrid and James came all over from the UK, to celebrate with friends and family their special wedding day. Vouliagmeni Lake is a special place for the family so it was decided to be the set-up of their private ceremony! And what an amazing set-up it was!
Vouliagmeni Lake offered the perfect background for their special ceremony. It was inspired by the Greek traditional wedding ceremony with some touches that Michaella from yourceremony.gr arranged beautifully for the couple. Touching words and loving moments made this day a perfect one. The sun gave us the most beautiful light to celebrate those moments.
After the ceremony and the speeches, an exciting party started with Greek dancers giving some “private” lessons to all guests. The guests came from all over the world and they were excited about how Greeks do it on the dance floor! Opa! The international party went on all night and the happy couple will have a lot of beautiful memories of their wedding day.
Sigrid and James, I wish you love and happiness in your new life!
Starting from Lake Vouliagmeni, the Athenian Riviera is a beloved wedding destination for Greeks and foreigners visiting the country’s capital. It’s natural and archaeological beauty is quite inviting for all visitors!
The lake is included in Greece’s national NATURA 2000 network and as a Site of Outstanding Natural Beauty by the Ministry of Culture. It is a unique geological phenomenon and a must-visit location in Athens.
The rocks create an outstanding landscape. At the edge of the lake starts a labyrinth underwater cave which has been explored at a length of 3,123 metres, while the cave’s end remains elusive. There are 14 tunnels which make up the cave and there is one reaching 800 metres in length the longest in the world. The existence of a huge stalagmite in the cave has added more information in the research for the formation of the Mediterranean.
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