Greek socialites Filippos Lemos and Marianna Goulandris married in a traditional Greek ceremony at the Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sophia in London on Saturday, February 4th in what has been dubbed the “Most lavish big fat Greek wedding.”
Two Kings, four Queens, six Crown Princes and Princesses, and twelve Princes and Princesses from British, Dutch, Spanish, Iranian, and Luxembourgish royal families were in attendance. Several Royal children also served as members of the bridal party.
The groom is a shipping heir and the bride, raised between London and Athens is a jewellery designer who launched her first line in 2015.
The stunning blonde wore a white lace dress with drop diamond earrings and a lace train and long veil. The groom looked sharp in a long black classic tuxedo jacket and grey pants.
Their large bridal party included flowers girls who shined bright with a splash of emerald green, the page boys sported black jackets and silk pants, while the bridesmaids wore navy blue.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds drove off in a silver Mercedes-Benz - which had gull-wing doors.
Mr and Mrs Lemos then celebrated with a huge ceremony at the Syon House- located on a 200 acre park in the centre of London.
Later on in the evening, the gorgeous bride let her hair down, taking off her veil and replacing it with flowers.
The huge reception centre featured long tables filled with lush flowers and guests enjoyed a night packed with an abundance of food, drinks, dancing and live musical performances.