FAQs  

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Here you can find some of most frequently ask questions by our previous couples:

We suggest from April to October. Weather is mild ad sunny.. July and August could be hot but all months are really great.

However for winter weddings, we suggest the romantic art cities in Italy as Rome, Florence and Venice

The paperwork requirements to get married in Italy differ according to your nationalities – You can find details on our paperwork and documents page.

There are no residency requirements to get married in Italy.

Usually 2-3 days are enough as many Wedding Halls in Italy request a “declaration”  (also called “promise of marriage”). There are some wedding halls in Italy which will accept in advance a proxy for the “declaration” or have it signed five minutes before the civil wedding ceremony begins so you can also arrive the day before in Italy! Please contact us for more information: REQUEST FORM

Many private wedding venues in Italy  have recently obtained a license for civil wedding ceremonies onsite from the local Town Hall – please enquire for more information REQUEST FORM

A Nulla Osta is a declaration stating that there a no impediments to your marriage. It is issued by in Italian the your Consular Section of your Embassy in Italy and it has to get then legalized at a local Italian Prefecture Office. According to your nationalities, you can submit a “certificate of legal capacity to marry” issued by the relevant authorities in your own country which certifies that there are no impediments to your marriage. For more information, plase contact us REQUEST FORM

Yes, we specialize in all paperwork requirements to get married in Italy and will guide you through the entire process and file final documents to the local town hall and /or religious authorities. Once in Italy, we will be with you to finish any paperwork left.

Yes, civil/legal weddings in Italy are recognised in more than 300 countries around the world

Yes, we specialize in all paperwork requirements to get married in Italy and will guide you through the entire process and file final documents to the local town hall and /or religious authorities. Once in Italy, we will be with you to finish any paperwork left.

Yes, civil/legal weddings in Italy are recognised in more than 300 countries around the world

In any part of Italy! Just for ideas: elopement packages

Yes, we offer also wedding packages and elopement packages that can be personalised according to your tastes and budget.

These have been made up by us especially to give to you an idea   of a cost for a wedding in Italy depending upon number of guests and key wedding services. We also focus on bespoke weddings of course.

Once the wedding venue is chosen by you, we will setup a tentative schedule for your wedding including also appointments for last paperwork requirements to be done in Italy with us (if applicable). During the planning process, you will receive regular updates and recaps and be kept up to date on a regular basis via email.

Before leaving for Italy for your Wedding, we will provide a complete and detailed wedding program with useful contact numbers.

We provide prompt email, WhatsApp, Phone and Skype communication throughout the entire planning stage.

We provide 1 or more professional wedding coordinators depending on how many guests you will have to manage all your event until the end of celebrations.   On your wedding day, we take care of coordinating all service vendors and making sure you are not stressed with any last minute decisions.

Hiring a wedding planner, you will be able to enjoy the planning process and wedding day from start to end without stress and enjoying the best day of your life! You do not want to be involved in last minute logistic issues, and stressed by last minute decisions. In this way you will enjoy the planning AND wedding day from beginning to end without any stress.

A venue coordinator is responsible for everything that specifically deals and is in the interest of  the venue and NOT specifically with your wedding, while a Wedding Planner is responsible for everything that comes with your venue AND, above all, in the interest with YOUR Wedding.

You are most likely sharing your Venue Event Coordinator  with at least  other 100 brides and this means delays in answers to emails and phone calls while a wedding planner is available almost 24/7 and will also give to you her personal cell phone number for any quick questions/answers.