Jennifer Aniston finds perfect location for her European wedding
Actress Jennifer Aniston has reportedly found the perfect wedding location in Crete.
The actress and her beau Justin Theroux are said to be planning to tie the knot on the Greek island of Crete in July. Reports of the ceremony first emerged earlier this month.
Further details of the big Greek wedding have now come to light, with claims they have approached the island's Elounda Beach Hotel. Sources from the hotel told TMZ Jennifer made a visit there recently.
The establishment boasts a private consultant who organises legal paperwork requirements. It also includes a civil or religious ceremony outside the hotel's church along with bridal bouquets, grooms' boutonnières, decoration of the club car and a bottle of champagne. The ceremony is topped off with Greek sweets following the ceremony for the bride and groom.
The package, including other complimentary services, costs $2,300 - a bargain for a Hollywood couple worth millions.
However, Jennifer is yet to confirm a location for the nuptials as a source from the hotel says "she has connections on the other side of the island as well".
Claims that Jennifer is planning a Greek wedding were reported by the National Enquirer. It was suggested that Jennifer was looking in the Crete town of Chania, where her father John Aniston was born.
"Her father always made sure that she appreciated her Greek roots, and Jennifer feels Crete is the ideal setting for her nuptials," a source said.
Other reports suggest the couple's relationship is on the rocks. Justin has said he needs "some space" from the actress, according to the UK edition of Grazia.