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I want get married in Turkiye
1.       MaryEldar
0 posts
 01 Mar 2006 Wed 09:00 am

Merhaba!

I'm foreigner, i'm loving a turkish man, we want get married in Turkiye, is easy or difficult? I need know what are the procedures, what documents I need? and all the details about webbdings.

Some body can helpme please?? Lüften!! Lüften!!

Tesekkur ederim

MaryEldar

2.       freshman
704 posts
 01 Mar 2006 Wed 09:08 am

Congratulations!You are a brave heart..I think it wont be difficult to marry in Turkey but I dont know how is the procudure about marriage..

3.       Kimberley
10 posts
 01 Mar 2006 Wed 12:03 pm

When I got married in Turkey I had to firstly obtain some papers from a register office here in London, I'm not quite sure what these was now, but I had to say where the wedding would be, (what city) and what date, my husband's name and his address, and also my parents had to sign the papers to give permission because I was only 17 at the time.
My husband organised all the paper work in Turkey, but I think there was quite a bit of work involved.
Also, I had to take a pregnancy test, and we both had to have blood tests done, I think in order to test for AIDs.
I hope this has been helpful, I know there is not much information, but my memory is soooo bad!

4.       SERA_2005
668 posts
 01 Mar 2006 Wed 12:22 pm

as far as i know,you will need to obtain certain papers from your local town hall,fill these in and return them.your husband to be will have to do the same thing where he lives in Turkey.You should contact your local council and ask them what the procedures are where you live.

5.       MaryEldar
0 posts
 02 Mar 2006 Thu 12:41 am

Thank you friends for your comments...

Ayyy!! Why some times we need to do a looooot of procedures?? It should be sufficient to know that my Sweetlove and I we love us!!!
We will succeed, we will be together for ever!!

bye bye!!

Mary

6.       MaryEldar
0 posts
 02 Mar 2006 Thu 12:51 am

Hello Kimberly.

Thank you for your comments.
Did you do a party in your wedding?
You gave a gift to your mother-in-law?
Uy! i have a lot of questions!! Sorry!!
But i don't know nothing about that...

My best regards.
Mary.

Quoting Kimberley:

When I got married in Turkey I had to firstly obtain some papers from a register office here in London, I'm not quite sure what these was now, but I had to say where the wedding would be, (what city) and what date, my husband's name and his address, and also my parents had to sign the papers to give permission because I was only 17 at the time.
My husband organised all the paper work in Turkey, but I think there was quite a bit of work involved.
Also, I had to take a pregnancy test, and we both had to have blood tests done, I think in order to test for AIDs.
I hope this has been helpful, I know there is not much information, but my memory is soooo bad!

7.       Kimberley
10 posts
 02 Mar 2006 Thu 03:23 am

its no problem! yes i did have a party for my wedding. the night before we had something which i think is called a mendi night, im not sure what it is called in Turkish, but me, and all the women from my family met with all the women from my husbands family, and they carried out some traditions, such as praying, i think, and painting our hands with henna. (they also taught us some of the dancing for the wedding!)
On the morning of the wedding I went for a meal with my husband, and his brother and sister, then in the afternoon, all the women went to a salon to get our hair and make up done, then we went to a photographer to get our photos taken.
After this, finally.. we went to the wedding, it was held in the outdoor restaurant of a nearby hotel, directly opposite the beach. At first we sat down while everybody ate, then an official man came with the register and stuff for us to sign. when it was all signed, some suprise fireworks were let off! we had a live band,and a belly dancer but i also had some of my CDs played . after a while, me and my husband stood at a table at the front, while people lined up to give us gifts, such as jewellery.
It was lovely, and very lively, my relatives said it was the best wedding they had ever been to, (and they have been to a few!)
I didnt buy my mother in law a gift at the time, I didnt know that I needed to! (uh oh)
Yes there is a few procedures to follow, but it will be worth it in the end, wont it?
I hope this has been helpful, I'm happy to answer any questions..

8.       pmk
6 posts
 02 Mar 2006 Thu 12:28 pm

sorry for dropping in...
is it expensive for holding a wedding party in turkey??

9.       Kimberley
10 posts
 02 Mar 2006 Thu 12:33 pm

I dont actually know how much mine cost, because my husband's family paid for everything. but i would think that the cost would all add up, (car, venue, food, drinks, band, entertainment) but I suppose it would depend on the size of your wedding, obviously.
I think it would work out to be much much cheaper than in England though, just for example.

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