WEDDING IN CAPPADOCIA
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Everyone dreams of a magical, romantic wedding day – what could be more magical than tying the knot in beautiful Cappadocia…with dramatic fairy chimneys as your backdrop – or in an ancient cave church surrounded by candles and flowers? Whether you're getting married officially or renewing your vows, we can organize all the details for your special day as well as the travel itineraries for your entire guest list.
We specialize in wedding planning in Cappadocia and can handle all the details from legal documentation, selecting the perfect venue to the henna party for the bride and Turkish hamam experience for the groom. You can have the wedding of your dreams without the stress of organizing these details from your home country. We are experienced in handling all details – big and small – to ensure your day is one to remember for a lifetime.
We offer many styles of weddings and will work with you to create the wedding of your dreams. To get you started, below are some details of the weddings we've organized – please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or other ideas in mind.
We can arrange to have your wedding combined with a hot air balloon gently floating above and through fairy chimneys and the spectacular landscapes around Goreme. We also offer romantic, candle-lit ceremonies in medieval cave churches or in the local valleys surrounded by orchards, vineyards and fairy chimneys. The beautiful and fragrant rose garden at the Kelebek Hotel offers a wonderful place for your ceremony or reception complete with local musicians and of course, the amazing valley and plateau as your backdrop. We can even arrange traditional Ottoman-style wedding clothes for you if you would like.
Pictures from some of our previous "Wedding in Cappadocia" organizations
HOW TO GET MARRIED IN CAPPADOCIA?
Turkish Heritage Travel will not only organize an unforgettable wedding ceremony, but also assist you with all the legal issues. Turkey is a secular country performs civil wedding ceremonies with international wedding certificates. The documentation required before your wedding is:
- Certificate from your home country (or embassy if you are already in Turkey) attesting that you are able to get married. A marriage certificate is also accepted for this purpose.
- Personal Identification (passport and birth certificate)
- ID photos of the bride and the groom, 5 copies of each
We can organize the marriage petition, the blood tests and health reports and get all the necessary signatures required before the ceremony. For legal marriage ceremonies in Cappadocia, all paperwork must be processed in Ankara. A minimum of 3 business days are necessary to complete this paperwork. We can arrange that a agent be with you for all paperwork, translations, doctor's visits, etc. Please see the Legal Consultation fee below.
The costs of organizing a destination wedding in Cappadocia varies greatly depending on your wishes and travel itinerary. Some of the costs for marriage ceremonies are explained below – we can of course also tailor-make your ceremony.
The Legal Consultation fee covers the all steps of the bureaucratic process from the applications to the marriage certificates. Some of these steps are translation services, legalization services, applications to the municipality, marriage officer fee, health reports and in-city transportation (Ankara is the local municipality residing over Cappadocia). The Legal Consultation rate is 1200 Euros.
The wedding ceremony rates will vary depending on the type of ceremony, number of people and other details. Please send us an email describing the type of wedding ceremony you have in mind and we can put together a draft plan and work with you from there.
The wedding organization/planning fee is based on the number of your wedding group/party and the amount of arrangements being made. This fee covers the planning and organization staff for the wedding ceremony.
Please send us an email (email@example.com) for further information about your wedding in Turkey.