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Wedding vow renewal ceremony in Antalya

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We have organized a beautiful "Wedding vow renewal ceremony" for a lovely couple Julie&Darren...

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Julie had a dream.

She has been in Turkey long years ago and always wished to get marry in Turkey.

Then...someday she found me in internet and contacted me, explained her dream. It was September 2013

I got excited with the idea and started to organize her (and Darren's) "Wedding vow renewal ceremony"....

 

We have send numerous emails to one another. 

We have planned fine details appropriate to our very limited budget.

...and finally... 05.04.2014, Saturday

We met in person when I went to her hotel for the transfer by our VIP car :)

It's been an exciting journey from Alanya to Manavgat and I was a little nervous about their first reaction when they see the decorated boat on the Manavgat River.

....but everything's gone very smoothly and they all liked the boat, team, food, ceremony...

I've seen the happiness in their eyes but the most important thing for me was being able to fulfill Julie's dream.

When I've seen her eyes and the huge sweet smile.... The most important tick box in my mind has been checked: Mission accomplished! 

I'm so happy to know this wonderful big family and I see this is another path for me to walk on, to make people happy.

I wish you a lifetime happiness Wickens Family!

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Aysun is fluent in English, Turkish and German and speaks perfect "patience" too!


If she doesn't know how to get something done in Antalya its not worth doing.

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