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#1 lucealx

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Posted 05 October 2008 - 10:34 PM

hello everyone,

My partner and I have decided to get married late summer next year. I am very fortunate that my parents have a house in Xirosterni and we wanted to have a low key event there.

I wanted to ask if anyone had any advice on how to go about arranging my wedding & if my parents house (being the venue) was possible.

I would be very please to hear from you, thank you B)

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#2 Ton

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 11:27 AM

Hi Lucy,

In case you have not changed your minds by late summer next year and you still want this marriage to go ahead, here is a good site reference for u.

http://www.livinginc...t/weddings.html

(dont do it -have just the party-watch the Mamma Mia movie)!!!!! just kidding!!!am I?

#3 Wim

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 01:14 PM

:lol:

Good advise Ton! I mean the site.....


B)
True is that adage: "He who yields to rule by wooden heads, becomes himself a fool."

#4 Brook

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 03:04 PM

As soon as I saw Wim's name associated with this topic, I knew I had to read it. B)

#5 lshall05

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 04:18 PM

Lucy

Good luck with the wedding. Caroline (one of the members on here) organises weddings in Crete so she may be able to answer your questions. I'm not sure how often she logs in.

#6 Wim

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 06:29 PM

Yes, but she can send Caroline a private message..No?

Oh, my dear Brook. I admit I had to hold back because marriage is a serious matter and the luck you need afterwards is immensely.B)

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True is that adage: "He who yields to rule by wooden heads, becomes himself a fool."

#7 Ray

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 12:40 AM

"and the luck you need afterwards is immensely."

The word is 'immense', Wim.

Live a little, die a little . . . but better to learn a little.

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#8 Wim

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 12:29 PM

immensely
bw. immens, onmetelijk, oneindig

Babylon English-English Bladeren

immensely
adv. immeasurably; limitlessly; hugely, enormously, tremendously, greatly


Babylon English-French Bladeren

immensely
adv. immensément, d'une grande mesure; incomparablement



Babylon English-German Bladeren

immensely
adv. unermeßlich, ungeheuerlich; phantastisch; unendlich



Babylon English-Greek Bladeren

immensely
επίρ. πάρα πολύ


English - Greek Technical Dictionary Bladeren

immensely
(Lex**) πάρα πολύ

Thanks Ray :lol:
Must have been confused but always glad to learn.


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True is that adage: "He who yields to rule by wooden heads, becomes himself a fool."

#9 Caroline

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 11:46 PM

Hi Lucy,

I've sent you a private message as this thread seems to losing it's way a bit. Please drop me a line, I'd love to speak to you and hear all about your plans.