Why get married
— The Roman city
of Aphrodisias in Aegean
Turkey was dedicated to Aphrodite,
Goddess of Love.
— Dozens of great locations,
and expert help in planning and realizing
your unforgettable day.
— Super honeymoon possibilities: great beaches and
resorts, private yacht
cruises, excellent restaurants,
lively café life, castles, palaces,
and of course top-class hotels everywhere.
Photography shoot at Yedikule Fortress in Istanbul...
Here are the regulations
for marrying in Turkey, necessary
and a glossary
of Turkish wedding terms.
My recommended travel agencies can
all help you with travel arrangements
for your wedding and/or honeymoon,
but my friends
Atelier have their own wedding
department and can also
help with all the legal requirements: the
permits and licenses, that
you need to be legally married in
Turkey. (Most travel agencies are
not able to help with this.) More...
If you're lucky, during your visit
to Turkey you
may even be invited to participate
a local traditional
wedding (if there's on happening
when you're in Turkey). At
Turkish weddings, everyone's invited!
TurkeyWeddings.com is a partner company to TurkeyTravelPlanner.com (TTP) and takes especially good care of wedding planners coming to them from TTP. They can answer any questions you may have about legal procedures for marrying in Turkey, and they are highly skilled at helping you to complete the necessary paperwork, sometimes in as little as three days. Be sure to mention TTP when you contact TurkeyWeddings.com so they know to extend extra courtesies. More...
Then you can have
your honeymoon in Turkey.
—by Tom Brosnahan
Above, a monumental
gate rises above farmers'
fields in ancient Aphrodisias,
city of the Goddess
of the moon
for that romantic