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Italian Wedding Ceremonies

We can organize different kinds of Italian Wedding Ceremonies.

Civil wedding ceremonies in Italy take place in a Town Hall, are performed by the Mayor or a Civil Registrar and last about half an hour or less.Town Halls, or Wedding Halls as we like to call them, are as different as one can possibly imagine. From the splendid  Sala Rossa in Florence located in the Palazzo Vecchio, dating from the fifteen hundreds, to the famous Palazzo Cavalli on the Grand Canal in Venice, from the intimate courtyard atmosphere of the Certaldo Hall in Tuscany to the seafront terrace in Positano, you will be spoilt for choices. This is to name just a few!

Catholic wedding ceremonies are performed in churches or in consecrated chapels usually belonging to castles or ancient villas. Churches can be as important as St. Peters in Rome or St. Marks in Venice or as intimate as a small chapel in the Italian countryside. A Catholic wedding carries legal validity in Italy.

A Symbolic wedding allows the couple to plan a romantic and personalized ceremony with a beautiful reception without the worries of documents and regulations.

Protestant weddings in Italy can be celebrated in many different locations with only a few requirements. Several Italian Protestant ministers are happy to come to the couple’s chosen venue to marry you.  A beautiful Protestant church in Florence can be the perfect backdrop for a formal ceremony.

A Jewish wedding ceremony is a thing of beauty and tradition. Italy is the perfect country for Jewish wedding since Florence, Venice, Naples and Rome all have suggestive synagogues with a rich historic past. It is also possible to tie the knot under a chuppah in a private venue of your choice, if the Rabbi is open to this option.

A Vow renewal can be one of the most poignant moments in a couple’s life. Time has passed by, trials have come and have been overcome, and love has endured…Celebrate with a trip to Italy and a renewal of vows with your beloved! Your ceremony can be formal or informal and can be held in all kinds of settings and venues without any legal restrictions.