In Bodrum, one of Turkey's most important tourism destinations, weddings are held according to Indian traditions and the guests witness unforgettable moments on the beaches of 5-star hotels where green and blue meet with the activities prepared for them, while famous artists perform at weddings organized with high budgets and attended by hundreds of guests from many countries, and chefs from abroad prepare meals.
Inventum Global Indian Weddings Manager Mustafa Onat told tourism news Center that they organized an indian wedding at a hotel in Bodrum for Anisha and Shaan, the daughters of Kataria and Vaswani families operating in the construction and energy sector in Dubai, and that 45 trucks of materials including floral decorations, podium designs and carpet coverings were used in the wedding attended by approximately 600 guests, and that Indian wedding organizations progressed very quickly after the coronavirus outbreak and that they started to receive a lot of demand.
Mustafa Onat, Inventum Global's Indian Weddings Manager Mustafa Onat, who noted that they organized about 40 weddings in 2022, expressed his belief that tourism will get better in this field and made the following statements:
"We organized 20 weddings in Bodrum this year. We have 50 weddings planned for 2023 in Turkey. We plan to organize over 100 weddings in 2024. We are creating the necessary infrastructure for this. Turkey suits our guests from India with its hotel quality and hospitality. The weddings in Bodrum are going very well. It is a great success for us to host our guests here in a satisfied manner.''
Innayat Khubchandani, an official of Innaz Cummunique, a company that organizes Indian weddings, said that they have been organizing events in many parts of the world, that they liked Bodrum very much and that their next 10 weddings are planned in Bodrum:
"These people want to feel at home. We have achieved this so far. We are strategically planning how we can bring more weddings here. There was a serious preparation work of about 8-9 months. A total of nearly 3 thousand people, half of whom were our staff, served at the wedding. Indian weddings will continue throughout the season.''