Born in Athens, I was brought up in an entirely artistic environment. My father, an architect, designer and art curator, and my mother an artist and decorator injected me with aesthetics and the love for art and creation.
My studies in tourism gave me the opportunity to work in the events department of distinguished hotels and got me exposed to truly remarkable weddings. A shift to the Department of Theatrical Studies brought me to the world of Costume Studies, textiles, decorative materials, and colors. Soon, the need to channel my creative expression lead to the foundation of Femme...
An event planner, based in Thessaloniki, but the thing I love the most is to plan destination weddings all over Greece. My mission is to assist you to the preparations of a lifetime experience for you and your loved ones.
Mutual trust is everything for a guaranteed result, making the whole procedure as less stressful and as more fun and unforgettable as it gets!
I create tailor made events, so that each is unique and original. Dreams make things happen, nothing is impossible as long as you believe…and I believe that loving couple deserves a dreamy wedding!
Aris grew up in the beautiful island of Corfu and has explored all the island’s hidden and virgin landscapes by his motorbike. After wandering all over Greece and completing his studies in Communication and Public Relations and in Health Services, he came back to Corfu and started a passionate involvement with the Wedding Planning.
Ηis inspiration became a specialization, so he decided to live forever in the island of his heart, dedicate precious time in his family and the one thing he loves the most, the Planning and Styling of bespoke Weddings. Also, his great knowledge of Catering...
Perhaps you have heard it all before, how Mykonos is the great glamor isle that happily flaunts its sizzling St-Tropez-meets-Ibiza style, how cruise-ship crowds and cashed-up-A-listers (that can reach 15,000 a day) flood in, or how traditional whitewashed Cycladic mazes and cubist structures become charmingly amalgamated with boutique-bars, and swank cafes.
Beyond summer street jostling, celebrities and uncompromising high-fashion styles the Island of the Winds (as it is regularly referred to - and for a good reason), beyond the occasional pelican wandering and the rare met...
Sacred companion or the actual representation of the Greek learning and wisdom goddess Athena, the little owl (athene noctua) has been a universal symbol of knowledge, perspicacity and erudition throughout time.
In ancient Egyptian, Celtic and Hindu cultures the symbolic meaning of the owl revolved around guardianship, and protection.
A ruler of the night and seer of souls, associated in Native American history with foresight and the keeping of sacred knowledge (after all an owl is a great predictor of weather conditions).
The 19th-century idealist philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich He...
It all took place in a sylvan retreat in the countryside, where we meticulously worked, studied, dined, sleept, and unwinded, unperturbed by the modern world. Housemother Nia prepared our meals, while goodman Vasilis tended to our firewood and our horses up for a ride or a photoshoot.