A Persian-Greek Wedding Crossing Cultures and Faiths

You’ll fall in love with this wedding that crosses cultures and faiths.

Spiro proposed to his now-wife, Varla, by surprising her at Ballast Point Park, surrounded by loved ones.

“We had spent our first Valentine’s Day there together 5 years ago. It was a really special day filled with lots of smiles and even more happy tears!”

When asked to describe her wedding day, Varla said, “it really was the best day of our life!”

The spectacular wedding was a fabulous fusion of two cultures and faiths. Combining quirky, Greek and Persian traditions, the couple wed at St. Philips Church in Sydney, followed by a Baha’i marriage ceremony, and finishing off with a amazing reception at the Doltone House.

On reflecting on the union of two families from different cultures and faiths, Varla said, “we celebrated our love amongst close family and friends with our traditions and customs present. Our wedding really brought out who we are in every way!”

Photography by EVENT Photography and Videography

Photographer: EVENT Photography and Videography

Ceremony Venue: St Philips Church Sydney Reception

Venue:  Doltone House – Darling Island Wharf

Cinematographer: Cinemotive

Entertainment (i.e.DJ, live band, etc.): DJ DIMI K & CDARZ Entertainment

Bridal dress designer: Bizzaro Bridal Couture

Bridal shoes:  Badgley Mischka from The White Collection

Bridal jewellery:  Cecile’s Jewellery

Bridal headpiece:  Cecile’s Jewellery

Engagement rings:  Balechion Diamonds

Bridesmaid dresses designer:  White Runway

Groom’s suit:  Oscar Hunt

Cake designer:  The Cake Studio

Florist:  Romantika Floral & Event Styling and Princess Flowers

Favours:   Bonbonniere & Invitation Factory

Hairdresser:  Jessica El Jay Hair

Makeup artists:  Ebru Karacayli Make Up

Posted in Culture, Glam, Real Weddings, Wedding Traditions by wedded wonderland

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