Beautiful wedding in equestrian venue.

Eleftheria and Dimitris got married in an equestrian venue in Athens, in a hot summer day. It was really more of a fun to plan their wedding than really a project. Eleftheria is one of the most charming persons someone could work with. Her huge smile and positive attitude, despite having their big day during a pandemic was really inspiring.

We went for an elegant and minimal and elegant decor with white orchides, peonies and baby’s breath. The rustic character of the venue made everyone feel relaxed and set the mnood for an amazing party after the ceremony. Enjoy the beautiful photos of this happy couple!

About

Hello and welcome to my website!

I am Anna Botsi, the face behind ‘White Anemones Events’. I am a mother of two littles and a fluffy Old English sheepdog. They are my biggest love in life. Second is creating beautiful events and helping my couples have the wedding they’ve always dreamt.

Having a bachelor degree in economics and an MBA, I have worked for several years in the corporate world, but wedding and events always intrigued me  and eventually I decided it to follow as a career.

I founded my event planning company in 2019 and I have planned numerous events ever since. Developing a client-friendly approach with each couple is essential for me and I take it very personally to achieve excellent results. By understanding the needs, desires and ideas of my clients I can then enhance them with my creativity and experience to guarantee a memorable event of the highest standards.

Details make the difference and at ‘White Anemones Events’ we make every detail count.

We work with some of the best vendors in Greece, providing you with exclusive services, whether you seek lavish décor or delicate finesse, a touch of regal luxury or an ‘ode to simplicity’ we will work together to make reality and your wedding ceremony unforgettable unique.

Always available to answer your questions and provide you with any information you need so that you can simply float in bliss!

Elegant wedding in winery with white and blue details

Today’s wedding took place at Oinotria Land, Kosta Lazaridi winery. Our lovely couple had to postpone their wedding three times due to covid restrictions, to finally say ‘I do’ in September of this year. Despite all the difficulties faced it made me so emotional to see their love and appreciation they have for each other and we feel so lucky we had our part in their big day.

The church was decorated with all white flowers such as hydrangeas, lysianthus, roses and greenery. Round flower arrangements on glass vases stood as centerpieces with many beautiful candles around them. The guests were offered a classic white ‘boboniera’ as a favor and ‘thank you’ cookies as a gift from the couple’s little boy. A stunning candy bar welcomed the guests, with all kinds of desserts. We chose blue, white and gold hues with classic glass details and blue porcelain to add glam in this elegant wedding.

photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography

Boat theme Christening

Two years ago we had the pleasure of styling the wedding of little Filippo’s parents. . His sweet mama called me in the beginning of this year to tell me to organise his baptism day. I was so happy to see them again, as they were a lovely couple, but also excited to create something special for them.

The ‘Boat’ theme, had to be styled in a very summery and fresh way, keeping it to minimal, but elegant. We had the idea of creating a real boat figure using a large piece of wood, with little boy’s name on top. A big flower half-wreath added dimension and the blue summer sea worked as the perfect backdrop.

White and blue desserts welcomed the guests, and fresh lemonade was a hit on that hot June day.

Winnie the Pooh

Mama fell in love with ‘Winnie the Pooh’ when she saw the real teddy bear at the New York’s Pupblic Library window. She was pregnant with little Panagiotis at that time and she made a sentimental connection between Winnie and the baby.

This wise and funny bear had us all involved to create the cutest and most memorable baptism, since it was part of our childhood memories too. We kept the red balloon Winnie used to carry him in the clouds, the forest elements of Hundred Acre Wood and of course the honey pot as the main piece on the candy bar.

Yummy cookies, cupcakes and cake pops so pretty you almost don’t want to eat them. Lots of donuts and candies welcomed the guests and red paper bags with gifts for kids set the start to an amazing day.

photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography

Special thanks to all vendors:

Photographer: George Pahountis

Sweets and Desserts: Zahari Sweet Shop

Flowers and planning: White Anemones Events

Location: Wine museum