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The Wedding Website of Korina Zafeiroudi and Travis Pierson
If you have any other questions other than what we have listed here, please reach out to us through WhatsApp by scanning the QR code or following this link: https://chat.whatsapp.com/C00bLUnvQ2LHxkOCKROMYW
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When should I RSVP by?

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Please RSVP through our website by August 10th, 2024.

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Is there transportation to and from the hotels to the ceremony?

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There will be a shuttle from Panorama hotel to the ceremony, as well as from the ceremony to the reception.

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What time should I arrive at the ceremony?

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Please arrive by 6.30pm. Keep in mind that it is a Greek tradition for the bride to arrive late, which increases anxiety and anticipation on the groom's side! This bride is always late, but this is a planned delay of about 10-15 minutes.

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Is there a dress code?

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No dress code, but think "Sunday best" for a Greek Orthodox Wedding ceremony. The reception takes place by the beach, so you might want to avoid uncomfortable shoes!

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How long is the ceremony?

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A Greek Orthodox Wedding takes roughly 45 minutes to an hour.

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Are kids welcome?

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Yes, they are! Please keep in mind that there will be alcohol served at the wedding, and the venue has unrestricted access to the beach; the wedding party or the venue will not be responsible for supervising your little ones. Please let the bride and groom know if you plan on bringing your kids and you did not see the correct number of guests when RSVPing, as we would like to ensure we account for every guest regardless of their age!

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What is a Greek Orthodox wedding like?

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Glad you asked! There are multiple traditions that some of our guests might not be familiar with and we would love everyone to be able to follow along: https://www.brides.com/greek-wedding-traditions-4798890 We will include more content as we count down the days to celebrate with you!

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How do you pronounce Chania?

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Chania is pronounced more like "Hania" (/xaˈɲa/) -the "c" is silent!

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