Weddings in Italy

Weddings in Italy

Italy is the first choice for many spouses all around the world. The variety of venues, the climate, the art, the cuisine and many others are the reasons why the weddings in Italy are the most desired and searched.
The mild temperatures of the italian spring make the period between April through June the best one to visit the “bel-paese”. We suggest the southern Italy if you plan to get married at the beginning of autumn.
Southern Italy
When it comes to picturesque settings, it’s hard to beat southern Italy, with its majestic peaks, gentle valleys, and miles of lovely coastline. Sicily is the bigger island of Italy with an ancient history reflected on the roman ruins and the Spanish heritage in the architecture of Palermo. Naples and Stromboli are the perfect choices for a romantic wedding by the beautiful Mediterranean sea.
Southern Italy has a lot of wedding venues for both religious and civil ceremony. We suggest Palermo, Naples and Lecce for the architecture and the tremendous landscapes.

Northern Italy
the Lake Como region is one of the top choices among wedding venues, along with the Lake Garda and Venezia. If you want to be in a romantic but quiet landscape, we suggest the lakes, but if you want a life-long memory of your wedding in Italy and a story to tell for many years, Venice is the venue for you. In northern Italy there are also big cities packed with art, architecture and fashion, like Milan ,whit its beautiful Gothic dome, the world’s fourth largest cathedral.

Center Italy
In the center part of the “bel paese” Verona, Como and Firenze are the best cities to scout to churches, gardens and arenas. The most famous places includes ancient castles and gardens, the ideal italian wedding. Verona is the city of Romeo and Juliet, and the tour before or after your ceremony could include a visit to the famous balcon that Shakespeare included in his famous play.

To get married in Italy there are some bureaucratic procedures to make. For the italian paperwork you will need:
Certificate of No Impediment
Nulla Osta
Your full name must be written in the same manner in all the above documents (this can happen if the future bride has already been married before and is still keeping the name of her ex-husband. In this case please be sure that your passport contains your maiden name), otherwise your paperwork won’ t be accepted by the wedding officials

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