Christening in the church of Panagia Eleftherotria of Salamina
Sunday, 27 July 2013, Panagia Eleftherotria in Salamina.
In the heart of summer, on July 27, 2013 selected by parents of small Eugenia to make the christening of their beloved daughter. Mystery celebrated at the Church of Panagia Eleftherotria, in Salamis, the largest island of the Saronic Gulf. The church was richly decorated, both internally and externally. Particularly externally, the space environment had intense shade of pink, from the many inflated balloons, tulle, and there were also decorative candles and hearts. On the back of the church a numbers of set up tables hosted the catering for the little party that followed.
The food was plentiful and satisfied everyone, relatives and other guests of the little Eugenia, while pleasant surprise for children and adults were the refreshing ice creams and candy offered. Parents were shining with happiness next to their little daughter, and filled her with kisses, while not leaving her even for a minute of their arms. Equally happy and proud of Eugenia was the godmother, which was particularly impressive with her elegant vintage dress, in my favorite light blue color. It was a baptism who delighted all who attended to, in a very beautiful environment.