I am going to apply for the third time now for a Schengen visa. The first time, I got it from the Greek Embassy for multiple entry but, then, I changed my plans and went to Italy and Spain instead. The second time, I got the visa from the Italian Embassy and they only bave me a single entry and the Consular Officer told me that one of the reasons why it was only a single entry is because I didn't have an entry to Greece on my first Schengen visa.
Then again, this time my first point of entry was Austria, instead of Italy. I continued by train to Italy but they don't stamp passpors at the Italian border. So, my passport shows, for the second time, that I didn't enter the main destination, although I did.
How can I be sure now that my visa application will no be denied because of this? They might consider it as fraudulent because, twice, I didn't enter the country which issued the visa.
I am going to apply to Denmark for the visa, to have my wedding there. The wedding agency I hired provides visa documents, such as an invitation letter and date for the wedding. Will this help?