It was a love lived in two cities. Fatoş was living in Ankara, and Deniz in İzmit. They met when Fatoş was an intern at where Deniz was working, and after the internship was over, they tried hard to maintain their relationship from a distance.
As it was during the course of their relationship, the distance created some hurdles for them while organizing the wedding. But Fatoş, who paid great importance to every detail, and Deniz, who tried hard to give her everything she needed, managed to plan that beautiful wedding in the face of these hurdles.
When we met on the day of the wedding at Mehmet Tatlı in İzmit, Fatoş’s sister and niece were also there to support them.
I am not sure if it was because they lived in different cities for a long time, but at the hairdresser’s, Deniz could not stay far from Fatoş, and watching her turning from a beautiful woman to a beautiful bride. PS: Do not miss the bonus at the end of this post to watch that transformation for yourself!!!
When they were done in the hairdresser’s, they went to Joya Puro to put on the wedding dress.
And glad they did, because a few mishaps with the dress were taken care of by the experts there 🙂
They completed the rest of the preperations at the hotel.
Families and friends joined them in the room to see them before the wedding.
Makeup done by Aynur Subaşı looked perfect on Fatoş.
Friends of the couple did a great job keeping the mood up. They examined the rings together….
Shot some selfies….
Read the letters for the couple….
Everything was ready at Wellborn Hotel for the wedding.
It was time for the couple to go down to the ballroom. Makeup was checked for one last time.
And they started their journey to a happy life where they would be toghether at last.
How happy? This happy…
And they shared that happiness with their friends on the dance floor.
And here is the bonus of the wedding; I have been shooting a series of photographs from a second angle during the installment of the veil, but I wasn’t thinking about how to use these shots. While working on the photos, I said to myself “why don’t I create a timelapse video with these?”. So, here you can watch the process of veil installment as a time-lapse video. It was an unplanned shot, and also my first attempt at creating time-lapse videos, so forgive me if you see any mistakes 🙂 Enjoy…