While the majority of our weddings are concentrated on the Italian lakes, in Tuscany or along the Amalfi coast there are some areas which are worth a thought and also a visit before deciding on the venue of your dreams.Read More»
We are Valentina and Ernesto.
We live and work in Piemonte region and our services extend to all its territory, to its lovely and pretty lakes and the wonderful countryside.
We are ourself a couple, husband and wife working together.
Bollywood comes to town!
The Indian couple, Nindy and Hetul, chose Santa Margherita Ligure to celebrate their wedding in a more than ever mediterranean style.
The day of their dreams, started with the sunset of their pre-wedding’s eve, when Moroccan music and a belly dancer accompanied the typical customs of the Indian tradition: the dressing of the bride, the application of special flavoured ointments and saffron powder together with the “bindi” on her forehead as a good omen (the small drop shaped shining stone).Read More»
British Citizens wishing to marry in Italy
British Citizens residing in UK first of all need to give notice of marriage to their local Registry Office.
You should not do this more than six months prior to your intended date of marriage – three months if resident in Scotland.
Once you have obtained the Certificates of No Impediment the originals of these should be sent to the Consulate together with the following documents in order to issue the Nulla Osta required by the local Comune (town hall):
• Full length birth/adoption certificates (original) which includes parents’ names;
Romance, history and excitement: in one word Rome!
Eloping to Rome is simply beautiful. Rob and Cheryl, an American couple have decided to get married in Rome, just the two of them.
They wanted a private and intimate occasion to treasure a lifetime..Read More»