Ceremonies & Weddings in Italy
It goes without saying that having a civil ceremony in a beautiful, historic building, creates a picture perfect wedding. Italian law allows civil cermonies to take place on local council soil, and are conducted by a council officer, which is the equivalent to a Registrar in the UK. What may seem like a restriction in other countries, opens access to hundreds of historical buildings, museums, castles and roof terraces in Italy. Most recently, private villas and castles have now been made available, providing an even wider choice for our clients each season.
It’s worth noting that there is no legal requirement to be in the country before the wedding. In some cases you will be required to visit the Registrar office for a declaration, two or three days before the civil ceremony.
Symbolic ceremonies and renewal of vows can be exclusively tailor-made to be as romantic and creative as you wish. The beauty of this type of ceremony, is that it can take place almost anywhere. You are welcome to choose your own celebrant, equally we are happy to find one who speaks your language. Symbolic rites are not legal binding ceremonies and you will have to arrange your legal paperwork separately. As for those who want to recapture those magic moments, renewal of vows ceremonies are a fantastic way to celebrate a special anniversary.
Our team would be delighted to help create your ceremony, which can be held in a private chapel, garden, castle, villa, or even on the beach.