Italy, the Land of love, are popular for very good reason. Italy is famous
for romance, just think, you could get married in elegant Rome with its wide
boulevards, ancient buildings and stylish atmosphere. There are plenty of
incredible wedding destinations here – from classy hotels to rustic villas
overlooking the hills outside the city, and everything in between.
Or maybe you'd prefer to get married in the countryside around Florence? The
city itself is incredible and remains a centre of art, as it has been since
the time of Leonardo da Vinci and Michaelangelo – perfect if you'd like an
Italy wedding with artistic flair!
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However, the Tuscan countryside around
Florence is equally amazing, with many picturesque towns set amongst rolling
hills, which make ideal wedding locations. How about hiring a villa here to
get married and then celebrate with your family and friends? It'd definitely
be private and unique to you!
Further north, is unique and stunning Venice, with its hidden streets,
intricate buildings lining the canal banks as gondolas glide by, and many
secret venues for a magical wedding in Italy. From palaces to gardens,
Venice really does live up to its romantic reputation and is ideal for a
Another popular Italy wedding choice is the Italian Lakes to the north of
the country. Lakes Garda, Como and Maggiore are world-famous for their
beauty and many couples, and indeed celebrities, have chosen to marry
there. Lake Garda is the most popular and has plenty of wedding planners
and venues around the lake which can help you decide where on the shores
you'd like to exchange vows. Lake Como is quieter but equally pretty with
villas peaking out of the hills around the lake, some of which can be
hired out for weddings. Lake Maggiore actually goes over the border into
Switzerland and is less well known by non Italians, but there are still
many gorgeous wedding locations and venues here. Maggiore and its smaller
neighbour Lake Orta are both perfect wedding locations for couples looking
for the romance of the lakes but with more seclusion.
In southern Italy there is also a fabulously wide choice of wedding
locations – how about the chic island of Capri off the world-renowned
Amalfi coast? Popular with movie stars in the 1960s, Capri is stunningly
pretty, just like the Amalfi coast itself, with its small roads winding
through little fishing villages where boats bob about on turquoise blue
seas and glamorous hotels overlook the sea – a great backdrop to your
wedding in Italy, no?
Alternatively, try the southern beauty of Campania with its lemon and
orange groves, or how about getting married in Sicily, an island of
charming bays, ancient ruins, national parks and a mix of cultures, from
Arabic to Greek to Norman.
Wherever you choose, getting married in Italy is an excellent choice, just
ask our wedding providers below!