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Interfaith Wedding Ceremony
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1.       Isobella
1 posts
 12 Jan 2009 Mon 05:52 pm

Hi everyone

 

After some time myself and partner have decided its time to finally tie the knot! Im also planning on having my wedding in Turkey as there is to many family members on his side

to fly over, my family is also happy to go there.

 

Although I have some information regarding the wedding ceremony, I have some questions

before we actually set the date.

 

I am on the understanding that a turkish wedding holds no religious ceremony as it is not classed as legally binding. The ´tukish wedding´ consists of effectively signing a government

book for name changing and then of course the party.

 

I am just writing to enquire is it possible to have a civil ceremony of any kind?

 

All information would be appreciated.

 

Many thanks

2.       Henry
2603 posts
 13 Jan 2009 Tue 09:48 am

This site may help you with some answers

http://www.weddings-abroad-guide.com/turkey-wedding-ceremony.html

3.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 13 Jan 2009 Tue 12:02 pm

I glanced at this thread and thought it said "Internet Wedding Ceremony"

Maybe we could have the first TC Wedding here

 

(Can I be bridesmaid? )

4.       femmeous
2642 posts
 13 Jan 2009 Tue 02:59 pm

i could be honored to hold a tray with rings

5.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 13 Jan 2009 Tue 03:48 pm

and I shall do the singing! Please let me do that!!! True, I am by far the worst singer in the world but give me some credit for trying!

6.       lessluv
1052 posts
 14 Jan 2009 Wed 06:33 pm

I can make blinding sherry trifle and my vol-au-vents aren´t bad when I don´t burn them

7.       lady in red
6947 posts
 14 Jan 2009 Wed 06:40 pm

 ....and I can do some Turkish meze - sigara börek, taze fasulye, cacik and some köfte.    (but I won´t sing because I can assure you DD - my singing voice is definitely the worst in the world! lol)

8.       lessluv
1052 posts
 14 Jan 2009 Wed 06:44 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 ....and I can do some Turkish meze - sigara börek, taze fasulye, cacik and some köfte.    (but I won´t sing because I can assure you DD - my singing voice is definitely the worst in the world! lol)

 

 you can´t be any worse than this lot!!

 

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=dXISi5ee1oM

9.       lessluv
1052 posts
 14 Jan 2009 Wed 06:46 pm

and not a traditional Turkish Wedding Dance but check this out

 

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=ImBaVm7K6Do

 

{#lang_emotions_lol_fast}

10.       lady in red
6947 posts
 14 Jan 2009 Wed 06:56 pm

 

Quoting lessluv

 you can´t be any worse than this lot!!

 

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=dXISi5ee1oM

 

 Oh I feel a bit better now!  lol lol

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