Greek Wedding Sparkle! From the crowns on the bride and groom's head to the tables filled with flowers and boubounieres. The silver wedding tray on the altar is adorned with stefana, candles, koufeta, and rice, ready to crown the queen and king of the newly formed family.
Your wedding crowns are the most important part of your wedding. Without them you are NOT married. Brides and Koumbari should work together to find the perfect piece.
Custom designed and handcrafted by twogreekwomen we offer original modern designs and traditional imported stefana from Greece.
Complete your crowns with silver tray, and matching candles. Most importantly the perfect wedding gift, a Stefanothike (display case) to preserve and display them.
This is one of the most precious giftsClick here to read more.
Although we specialize in custom made stefana, we wanted to give our brides and koumbari more choices to make their Greek Wedding a special event.
We can match candles to these stefana, add a beautiful silver tray, and package them ready for the altar.Click here to read more.
Greek Wedding candles are designed in White, Bridal White or Ivory, Silver or Gold, Diamonds or Pearls. We will design the candle for your unique style and traditions. We have all candles in stock.
twogreekwomen also offers ivory dripless candles. Please be sure to let us know your preference.
Wedding Candes are available in a large 32 inch for the altar and 24 inch for the bride and groom to carry during the ceremony.Click here to read more.
Silver trays are a traditional gift from the Koumbari and are a necessity for a Greek Orthodox wedding. The priest places the tray on a small table at the front of the church for the ceremony. The crowns are laid on the tray complete with rice and koufeta.
The rice which guests sprinkle on the newlyweds during the sacrament is a prayer for the couple to take root and have a happy, blessed, blossoming, thriving life together. It also includes the wish for the couple to create their ownClick here to read more.
Athena planted the first olive tree at the base of the Acropolis. Poseidon tried to drown it, but the tree did not succumb. Olive leaves represent strength, peace, and love.
twogreekwomen can work within any budget or color palette. Let us know what you like and your timeframe and we can have it shipped off to you.Click here to read more.