What is a crown case? Wedding crown cases, or stefanothiki, are cases that preserve the blessed crowns from the wedding. The crown cases are traditionally square in shape and have a glass front to show off the stefana crowns.
Where should the stefana case be put in the house? The stefanothiki is traditionally hung in the home of the bride and groom. It can go in any formal room although the most popular locatino is the bedroom of the married couple.
Who gives the crown cases? Crown cases make an ideal gift to the bride and groom. They may be given to the bride and groom by the koumbaro or koumbara (religious sponsor) although anyone may gift this item from a family member to family friends.
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