Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Secret Santa is coming to...bloggers!

Hello everyone!
Hope you're feeling fine and that you are deeep into the Christmas spirit.
As far as I'm concerned I am very excited that finally holidays are here!
Of course, for me and some other bloggers the festive spirit was all around us many many days ago.
The reason: Two very inspired bloggers Zina from efzin and Gia from OnePerfectDay had the lovely thought to propose to us a gift exchange.
Without any hesitation, I was thrilled with the idea!
I couldn't wait to create something for a special someone secretly and to expect a little package for me into my mailbox!
So about a week ago I received an adorable little box accompanied with a very very cute card from Niki the one of the two bloggers from mommywiki.gr , a very interesting blog about kids, diy creations and many many more.
Niki made a handmade neclace with wooden beads in orange, white and beige especially for me

and she wrapped it in a box that was amazingly decorated.

 The card she made was lovely as well and full of Christmas wishes.
 Thank you Niki for being such a great Secret Santa!
 Happy Holidays to you and your beloved ones!

Thursday, 4 December 2014

A simple yet lovely wedding!

Ηello everyone!
Hope you are doing fine.
Αs I mentioned in a previous post things are going fabulous on this side of the blogosphere.
Το be more specific and more personal -although I'm not used to doing this here - about fifteen days ago me and my fiance (the most incredible, kind and sincere person I have ever met) decided to unite our lives officially.
Yep, that's right, I got married!( I can't even believe it myself this moment I am writing it down!).
Ι mean I have always been not exactly an against marriage person but certainly I was pretty scared of the idea.
The little girl who would always dream herself inside an amazing wedding dress, no that was definitely NOT me!
But never say never I guess...

The ceremony was nothing fancy since it was a civil wedding but I really enjoyed the whole procedure and the simplicity of it.
The event was held at the Τοwn Hall of Pylaia and it was hosted by a very easy going and friendly deputy Mayoress.
Very few people attended it given the fact that we are going to repeat the ceremony according to the Greek Orthodox ritual sometime in the future.
Βut nevertheless we did enjoy it and we tried to keep many of the things people do on a big and very formal wedding.You know the usual stuff, a white dress, wedding rings, a bouquet, lots of photos etc.
That's it folks!
Kαι στα δικά σας οι ελεύθεροι!
(Pardon my Greek but this is an expression we use in order to wish a single person to get married soon and I can't find a similar one in English :) )
P.S. Here is just a glimpse of our petite ceremony.
Hope you enjoy!

Well, this is not part of the ceremony actually but I thought I should grab the chance and give some credit to the amazing Etsy shop my fiance ordered this lovely ring from

A written copy of the little speech -full of wishes and advice-  the deputy Mayoress gave

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