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The wedding of Manos and Christina in Chalkidiki

Christina and Manos were married, at the beautiful church of Panagia Faneromeni at Chalkidiki.
Their reception was held at the Buddha bar at Possidi.

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The christening of Vasilis in Thessaloniki

Νikos and Helen baptized young Vasilis on the 7th of June in saint Therapontas church
in Thessaloniki.
Here are some of our favorite photos from the christening of Vasilis.

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First robotics festival for children “Electric Circus”

This was something different for us, something out of our league. The confidence shown to
us by AntonisKanurasfor the coverage and the creationof a short story with pictures for the
first robotics festival for children made us very happy and we are grateful for this.
The first “Electric Circus” robotics festival was a fact.
From February 28 to March 1 at the “Water” chamber in Thessaloniki town hall under the auspices of the municipality of Thessaloniki.

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The wedding ceremony of Constantinos and Maria

An “old style” wedding.
Theceremony took place in the prestigious Temple of St.Sophia in Thessaloniki.
Maria, Constantine, our wishes for a joyful life together.

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Pre-wedding clip of Aris & Alexandra

Aris and Alexandra trusted uswith their wedding ceremonyphoto-shoot some time ago.
What they didn’t know was that their best friends were preparing them a little surprise.
They asked us to create a pre-wedding clip that, through it, they would give their blessings and joy to both of them.

 

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The wedding of Vasilis and Fani

One of our favorite ceremonies of 2013.
The wedding of Vasilis and Fanihappened in Thessaloniki in July 2013. Two wonderful people
who made us feel just like home. The preparation of the groom(Vasilis) took place in his
parents’ housein Hortiatis and the brides’ (Fani) in Kalamaria. The ceremony took place in
the church of Sts’ Cyril and Methodius in Thessaloniki and the reception at the “Polis” convention center.
The shooting took place the next day in Halkidiki and of course we also enjoyed the sea.

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The christening of Apostolos

Constantine and Athena baptized young Apostolos on the 30th of June in Analipseos church
in Panorama, Thessaloniki.
Here are some of our favorite photos from the christening of Apostolos.

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The christening of Theopisti Katerina

Panagiotis and Christina baptized their daughter Katerina Theopisti in St. Georges’ church in
Melissochori, Thessaloniki.
Here are some of our favorite photos from that Sunday morning.

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The wedding of Stavroula and Christos

Stavroula and Christosgot married in 2012 in Neochori a small village that lies on the slopes
above Lake Plastira. The ceremony took place under the plane tree of St. Nicholas church and
the reception was at the “Naiads” hotel.

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The wedding of Christina and Sakis

The joy in their marriage was shared with all of us. They also shared with us the recipe of
their grandmother for stuffed vine leaves (yalatzi dolma)
Delicious!
Their love though is not at all yalatzi* but there is a secret about it. We cannot share it but
instead we share the recipe for the stuffed vine leaves.
(yalatzi is a Turkish word for fake and is used for the stuffed vine leaves because of the absence of meat. Rice is used instead)
1kg of vine leaves (fresh or canned)
2 bunches fresh onions
2 bunches of dill
½ bunch parsley
4-5 large onions
4 teacups“Carolina” rice
Juice out of 3 lemons
salt and pepper
1.5 teacups extra virgin olive oil
6-8 teacups hot water

Saki and Christina we wish you a happy life together.
(for the rest of youenjoy the stuffed vine leaves!)

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