Trays for Wedding Crowns
Traditionally bought by the koumbaro/koumbara (sponsor of the couple), trays are an integral part of the wedding sacrament. The priest places the Gospel, wedding crowns (“stefana”), rings, and wine cup on the tray during the ceremony. Wedding trays are traditionally made of metal to symbolize the strength of the marriage. Trays make a great keepsake that can be used in the couple’s home for years after the ceremony. The koumbaro commonly buys a tray that matches the couple’s style. Pictures are expected to be taken of the items on the tray because of the significance they carry, making it essential to find a good-looking tray.
We offer durable wedding trays in many styles to ensure the couple will have a tray that serves on their wedding day and every day after. All of our trays will arrive wrapped in a white organza easy-to-untie bag with 21 fresh koufeta, ready for church.
To further enhance the presentation of the tray, we recommend laying fresh white rose petals and the koufeta around the tray. Then with the crowns laid on top, all is wrapped in the organza bag and tied. The bag tie can be used to attach three white stem roses.