Amanda and Dean, from the UK, chose the Sugar Beach Club in Oludeniz, Fethiye as their destination wedding venue. They chose the perfect site for a sunny day, surrounded by beautiful foliage in addition to the water. On top of that, no one could get enough of the couple's adorable babies throughout the wedding day.
The wedding ceremony and vows took place by the sea at the Sugar Beach Club. The bride and groom stood at the altar together surrounded by their closest family and friends. They chose to keep the décor simple but elegant to match the beach atmosphere.
Oludeniz, Fethiye wedding photography of The groom’s suit and tie hanging next to those of his son and best man
The groom’s suit and tie hangs next to those of his young son and his best man. The two men’s suits hang on either side of the son’s very small one.
The groom’s sister did the bride, Amanda’s, hair. While clipping back various pieces to work on the hairdo, the bride’s young children couldn’t help but interrupt a few times.
Amanda also began her preparations at her hotel room in the Liberty Oludeniz Hotel, which she shared with her sister and daughter. Here we can see the bride in her gown standing in front of the mirror, though she looks off to the side to smile at someone we can’t see.
The couple’s son plays with his grandfather while the guests wait for the bride. The young boy takes this opportunity to cheekily steal his grandfather’s glasses.
Turkey Outdoor wedding image taken at the end of the ceremony of the bride and groom walking out the aisle together
At the end of the ceremony, Amanda, Dean, and their baby son walk down the aisle together as the guests rain white flower petals over them. Off camera, the couple’s daughter decided to take a little nap instead.
Turkey wedding portrait after the wedding ceremony of the couple standing on a boat dock at the water
After the ceremony, the couple decided to stay on the beach for a while. The couple stands together at the end of a dock, kissing as they are surrounded by water and green trees.
At the reception later that night, the men attempt to learn how to belly dance. A traditional Turkish belly dancer teaches them some basic moves that they repeat, no doubt to the amusement of the other guests.