Jasmine and Dan fell in love with this beautiful villa for weddings in Lucca. We met around 2 years before the wedding, and after having visited this villa they immediately asked me to cancel all the other site inspections… it was love at first sight… all the rest came through the two years of planning.. And here is the stunning result (images to come) thanks Virginia of Screenshot Production: Jasmine+Daniel from Screenshot on...
Jennifer and Anthony marriage in San Gimignano Sant’Agostino Church, with their families with Italian and Japanese origins are among the most lovely and loving and caring people I have ever known in my life.
As previously advised in our post New Rules For Weddings of British in Italy, the new procedure for British couples getting married in Italy with a legally binding wedding has been approved and communicated by the Italian Ministry of Interior to the town halls on February 15th
I was the lucky witness of Lia and Lucas’ wedding in Florence at Villa Cora. Lia and Lucas are two of the sweetest people I have ever known and I am so happy to show their happiest day in one of the world’s most romantic cities for a wedding: Florence.
Planning a wedding far away in Tuscany might sound overwhelming when it comes to logistics. But in actuality, a destination wedding can work out to be much simpler by avoiding the drama and expense of inviting and feeding 150 or more guests and renting and decorating a local venue.
A videographer is present everywhere as well, capturing videos of the entire wedding. Some couples might not get professional videographers to shoot their wedding, but will ask a friend or relative to do the job. Now, if you are one of these amateurs who is asked to shoot a wedding, you can get quite stumbled, no doubt. Give it a read, and maybe rethink the decision not to hire a pro!
Having Your Wedding and Honeymoon in Tuscany? Choosing a destination for your wedding and honeymoon might not easy, read here why you should consider Tuscany for your wedding and Honeymoon altogether.
Changing your name as an effect of your wedding in Italy? Many brides ask me about changing their surname as an implicit effect of their wedding in Italy. In Italy we do not change our surname by marriage.
The rules for British Couples to obtain your Certificates of No Impediment to get married in Italy are being reviewed by the British Authorities. The new procedure will likely make it a bit easier for you to obtain the needed documents.