The unique mood of a wedding in Venice

Mary Louise and Rabih’s wedding in Venice


As Wedding Planners in Venice, we often had occasion to say that this city was a magical wedding setting for in any season. Mary Louise and Rabih’s wedding once again, is proof of this!

…but let’s see in details!

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The 10 best stag-do destinations in Italy


For the groom, one of the best things about an Italian wedding is the chance of an Italian stag-do. Italy offers some truly unforgettable stag-dos. Here you can find our top ten.

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The wedding cake in the Italian tradition


The wedding cake is surely the highlight of the wedding celebrations!  The cake and the sugared almonds or ‘confetti’ in Italian, ensure a sweet and happy ending to the banquet.

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10 romantic spots for wedding photography in Rome

Photography for a wedding rome

The eternal city, Rome, is one of the most beautiful and romantic places in the whole world for a wedding.

Each corner of the city is a real jump back in the past with hundreds of corners of unique beauty.  This is the reason why it is not easy to make a top ten of the best spots for your wedding pics.

This time we’ll give it a try suggesting you something different from the usual Colosseo or Piazza San Pietro. These are great symbols of Rome and some shootings in here are absolutely a must for all, but let’s have a look at other settings, full of charm and a bit out of the tracks.

Some different proposals for an undiscovered Rome..

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Civil wedding in Italy: Papework for Bristish citizens

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;

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