Weddings in Greece are definitely a dream for many couples from around the world, who picture themselves getting married to the love of their life on a breathtaking Greek island with the most amazing backdrop. 

And now that travel is back on the cards, attention has again turned to Greece as being one of the world’s most beautiful places to tie the knot.

From November 9 through to the 11th, 2021- over 500 wedding experts from more than 70 countries will arrive at Rhodes island in the Dodecanese, to attend the 7th annual Destination Wedding Planners (DWP) Congress – the world’s largest business platform for the destination wedding industry.

Destination wedding in Mykonos | Image by Adonis Kekidakis

Leading wedding professionals from all across the globe will meet at the Mitsis Alila Resort & Spa to discuss the latest wedding trends, showcase some of the finest destinations, venues, creative partners, and services offered, connect and collaborate in future events.

It will also highlight why Greece is such an attractive destination for wedding events; and the amazing holiday that goes along with it not only for the couple but also family and friends who attend their special day. “Greece is making destination wedding dreams come true for couples from around the world with its stunning views for perfect backdrops, gorgeous venues, planner and designer extraordinaire, and amazing creative suppliers. Its spot on the map makes it the ideal place to gather guests from all over the world,” announced DWP. 

Mykonos island wedding | Image by Adonis Kekidakis

The organisers also highlighted five key reasons they believe couples may choose Greece as the ideal destination to tie the knot: 

-Ultra Luxurious Hotels

-Breathtaking Sunsets and Sweet Sunshine

-Historic Greek hospitality

-Endless Adventure and Fun

-The Magical Vibe

And if you ask us, the list goes on and on….

Images courtesy of wedding photographer Adonis Kekidakis © (Copyright) 

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This article was written/ edited by a team member of IN+SIGHTS GREECE.

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