(TELEGRAPH) — As one of Athens' top florists, Dimitra Tranou is the first port of call for anyone needing bouquets for a big fat Greek wedding.
On Monday, though, as her country teetered on the brink of financial collapse, her prospects of a prosperous summer of nuptials were looking distinctly slim.
"We do a lot of flowers for foreigners who like Greece as a wedding location, and today we have had two calls from people saying that they are cancelling their plans because they fear the country is becoming unstable," she said. "We expect there's going to be more in coming weeks too."
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Yet even if her other clients do not choose to cancel, Ms Tranou now faces a separate problem for any customers needing her services in the next couple of weeks.