Corfu is a Greek island off of the coast of Sarande, Albania, whose main city is also called Corfu. The climate is Mediterranean with hot dry summers, and cool, wet winters. The island is sickle shaped, with the open end and the harbor facing the coast of Greece. The geography ranges from mountainous in the north to low lying in the south. There is an international airport on the island with regular flights to Athens, and there is regular ferry service from several ports to the mainland. The economy has traditionally been based on agriculture, but tourism is a large part of the modern culture.
Hunting: Wow, really? Oh yes, more than one couple has decided that the theme which best suits their wedding is a hunting theme. From camouflage vests on the groom and groomsmen to deer cake toppers, they go all out with the theme. Just so long as the wedding jewelry is not bullets, right?! This can be a fairly tricky theme to pull off tastefully, even for the most avid outdoorsmen. Although the shared passions of the bride and groom are a good place to seek inspiration for a wedding theme, killing things is not necessarily all that romantic. Be sensitive to the sensibilities of your guests, and make the emphasis on nature, rather than the shooting part of hunting.
Pay her a compliment. No need to go overboard, just pick something you like and compliment her on it, whether it is her dress, her fragrance, or her smile.
The Peju Tower website says it is one of the tallest structures in the Napa valley. The architecture alone is worth the visit but their wine tasting list is a nice one.
The whole family can sample “Breakfast with the Sugarplum Fairy” at The Centre. Besides the hot breakfast, kids of all ages will enjoy treats, crafts, photos, a Holiday Tree auction, and of course, the live performance. You can complete the day with an afternoon visit to “Christmas at The Old Courthouse.” While you shop at the popular craft show, take a tour of this historic building.
The horse and carriage hire for weddings is a popular conveyance for brides of all seasons. In the summertime, have your horse and carriage bedecked with beautiful floral garlands. Winter brides can enjoy the soft tinkling of jingle bells as they clip-clop their way to the wedding location.
Casino nights are always popular. Serve hor d’ oeuvres and favors while guests play games like blackjack and poker. True casino night equipment like roulette and crap tables can be rented through party planners and party supply stores. Many times they even offer dealers at the tables.
New traditions created as newlyweds will be followed not only by the two lovebirds, but also by their children and grandchildren to come. Take time this Christmas to create some new traditions to make the season merry and bright for decades to come.