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Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!

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Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!

My fiancee and I are planning to get married this autumn. We're based in Ireland but would like to have the wedding in a small Italian village (somewhere like San Gimignano in Tuscany). We've traveled around Italy quite a bit but we've no idea how to arrange something like this!?! Would appreciate any advice or any ideas about where to go to get advice!

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1. Re: Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!


Suggest you put 'weddings' in the search box to get some ideas of what is involved.

One idea in Tuscany could be La Crociona http://www.lacrociona.com/

Fiorella doesn't advertise it but she does wedding receptions for Italian friends. Using the old wine cellar (vaulted ceilings) she can feed about a hundred people. There is a small chapel for the service and apartments for the guests. La Crociona is about 2km from Montalcino, a fifteen minute walk, and overlooks the Val d'Orcia, one of the most beautiful places in Tuscany.

Since there is no information about weddings on the website you will have to e-mail her and 'talk' about it. Fiorella's english is pretty good.

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2. Re: Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!

It is ensuring you follow all the legal requirements that is important.

Lots of info on the web (and lots of people happy to help for a fee) but this might start you off


Try googling under <<weddings in Italy law>>

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3. Re: Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!

Hi there!

I agree, the burocracy paperwork for foreigners wedding organization is really annoying, and a complete waste of time! But that's a legal requirement... so better delegate...

Take a look at some wonderful villa that are in the venice countryside that are as beautiful as Tuscany one, but much more affordable!


Good luck with your wedding preparation!

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4. Re: Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!

As said above it is more about sorting out the legal requirements, finding a church and a priest who will marry you rather than worrying about reception location.

Can't suggest specifics. Assume there are a few companies out there who can arrange things for you (know Malcesine castle is a popular place for brits getting married).

May cost a bit but will at least take some of the stress out of it.

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5. Re: Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!

Hopefully you not talking about a Catholic ceremony, which is not as simple.

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6. Re: Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!

Some places in Italy, however, are unforgettable: Tuscany, Verona, Amalfi, Bologna.

You can choose from http://www.italianwinerywedding.com, organize their own, in beautiful villas, tuute linked to prestigious wines such as Chianti, Amarone and Valpolicella.

You can also find lots of ideas to make your wedding memorable.

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7. Re: Arranging a Wedding in Italy!?!

I do not understand if you already got married or not, but I can suggest the following wedding planner in the region Friuli Venezia Giulia http://www.puramagia.org/en They are reliable and very good organised. Good luck! :-)

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