Catholic wedding ceremonies are legally recognized in Italy but can only be performed in a church. The Catholic Church, however, will not perform ceremonies outside of the church itself. This means no gardens, no villas (unless the villa has its own consecrated chapel, no hilltops, etc.

The churches in Italy are usually very beautiful and historical and are wonderful and unique locations for weddings. Most churches charge a fee: a donation which can be discussed with the priest.

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Weddings On Water – Sarah & Ray

Every wedding is special, no matter the location. Most couples have a preference, as it is your surroundings that can heighten the emotion, or hold precious memories and reflect the style of a couple. Without a doubt, one of the most common themes through thousands of requests we receive is to be near water. The [...]


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