We first fell in love with the Island of Rhodes in 2013 when we visited Pefkos. Having fell in love with Lindos, coupled with the fact that we were thinking of renewing our wedding vows after 17 years of marriage we had a brief chat with Amy. Upon our return we spoke via email with Amy and were so pleased with what was on offer we booked up for August 2014. Throughout the year any questions were answered promptly and clearly. As it was only going to be an intimate ceremony we decided on St. Dimitrios chapel in Lindos (overlooking the bay of Lindos and just below the Acropolis). You could not wish for a better location. When we arrived, the plans were finalised and we arranged to meet Amy and Michelle in the square at Lindos along with the photographer. (they had already made the walk to the chapel to take the chilled champagne and water ready for us). Along the way the photographer was constantly scanning for photo opportunities. The ceremony itself was wonderful too, the vows firstly being read out in English and then repeated in Greek. The words were wonderful and personalised to us (we did not have our own vows but they had personalised them for us wonderfully) this was followed by more pictures, which were out of this world. The photographer was very friendly, putting us all at ease and to be honest the pictures speak for themselves! At this stage we still had more than a week left of our holiday. Within the week we had received our photo album, a cd with the pictures on plus a large framed picture. In summary the whole thing from start to finish by far exceeded our expectations and we would have no problems recommending Happily Ever After to others.
We wish we had done this 17 years ago!!!!!!
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