Declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália
Declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália
Para a obtenção da “Declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália“, o cidadão brasileiro deverá apresentar-se pessoalmente ao Consulado (em Roma se for em Toscana ou mais a sul, em Milão se for em Veneça ou norte), munido dos seguintes documentos:
– Declaração de duas testemunhas, parentes ou não, com assinaturas reconhecidas em cartório no Brasil, em que atestem conhecer o interessado, seu estado civil, sua residência, sua filiação, o nome do futuro cônjuge e que declarem não haver impedimentos para que o brasileiro (a) contraia matrimônio. Este documento deve ter data de emissão inferior a 6 meses;
– Certidão de nascimento brasileira, emitida há menos de seis meses*;
– Passaporte brasileiro válido;
– Carta d’Identità, carteira de habilitação ou passaporte estrangeiro válido do futuro cônjuge;
No caso de brasileiro residente na Itália, apresentar também a carteira de identidade italiana válida;
O(a) cidadão(ã) brasileiro(a) que for divorciado(a), deverá apresentar, ademais:
– Original da certidão de casamento com a averbação do divórcio, com data de expedição não superior há seis meses da data de emissão do documento
Se o(a) cidadão(ã) brasileiro(a) for menor de 18 anos, além dos documentos acima descritos, é necessária a autorização dos pais ou responsáveis legais do interessado com firma reconhecida em cartório no Brasil ou em repartição consular brasileira. Neste documento, deverão estar indicados claramente o nome e o sobrenome do futuro cônjuge.
No caso de cidadãos(ãs) brasileiros(as) viúvos(as), deverão ser apresentados a certidão de casamento e de óbito do cônjuge falecido.
A declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália emitida pelo Consulado tem validade de três meses a partir da data de sua emissão e a assinatura da autoridade consular brasileira deverá ser legalizadaem “Prefettura” – Ufficio Territoriale del Governo da jurisdição do Consulado-Geral do Brasil em Roma, antes de ser apresentada no “Comune”.
Somente o(a) cidadão(ã) brasileiro(a) em nome do qual for emitida a declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália pode solicitar e retirar o documento. Para o Consulado, não é necessária tradução nem legalização pelos consulados italianos dos documentos mencionados acima. O(a) cidadão(ã) brasileiro(a) deverá verificar com o “Comune” onde pretende se casar acerca da necessidade de tais serviços.
O Consulado recomenda expressamente observar os prazos de validade do atestado, certificado ou declaração sobre seu estado civil, da Certidão de Nascimento e da declaração de ausência de impedimentos das duas testemunhas que, se superiores a seis meses não serão aceitas.
Emolumentos Consulares: € 15,00 (quinze euros) Horário de atendimento ao público: de 08:30 hs às 12:00 hs. Horário para retirar documentos: de 08:30 às 14:30 hs. Para consultas ou para pedir outros esclarecimentos, pede-se de preferência o envio de mensagem para o e-mail do Consulado-Geral em Roma[email protected], ou então para o fax 06 68 80 2883.
There is no other day in your life quite like your wedding say. Sure, there are other big days that you’ll remember forever: graduations, the birth of a child, the day you buy your first home, etc. But it’s your wedding day that you begin to fantasize about at a young age. If you’re in the period of your life when your wedding day is actually in the foreseeable future, fantasies can quickly turn into headaches. Wedding dresses can require months of alterations. Venues could be booked solid. Prices could be insane.
It should be noted that the average wedding cost was around $28,000 last year. If that figure makes your jaw drop, don’t panic right away. Averages can be misleading and you certainly don’t need to spend $28,000 to have a lovely wedding. However, if you want to approach something approximating the wedding of your dreams, it’s going to cost you a bit. But that’s okay; there are smart ways to go about planning your wedding. If you fear that by the time you walk down the aisle you’ll have ripped all your hair out due to stress, stop worrying and check out the following tips for planning your wedding without going crazy.
1. Check here how to allocate your budget on average
Four months from now is not the time to start planning your wedding. Once the initial glow of the engagement begins to wear off, it’s time to start doing the serious work. Get prices for halls, consider how big your guest list is going to be, will there be a religious portion of the ceremony, etc. The longer you wait, the fewer choices you’ll have, and the more stress you’ll have.
3. Determine your guest list early and keep it to a minimum
Of course you want to have as many people as you can at your wedding. But the fact is, the more people you feel you need to include, the bigger the venue needed, the more food that has to be ordered, and so on. The guest list is your first priority because it dictates how the rest of the process goes.
4. Get your dress next
Your dress can take longer than you may think in order to be ready once all the alterations are finally done. Whether you’re looking to pick through a selection of Lazarro wedding dresses or you’re using a hand me down that’s going to need alterations, you don’t want to drag your feet on getting the process started. It’s not unheard of for a dress to take months before it’s finally finished.
That’s a good jumping off point for someone just starting to plan her wedding. The key is to act as soon as possible once you know that you intend to get married within the next year or so. The general rule of thumb is the longer you wait to book venues, order food, or get a dress, the fewer options you’ll have. And those options will no doubt be more expensive. Still worried and overwhelmed? Hire a wedding planner who will do all the bookings for you and coordinate your vendors and the wedding date to be relieved from any stress. This is priceless!!! So plan soon and plan smart with a wedding planner and you’ll have a wedding that is as stress free as possible so you can focus on the most important thing: the happiest day of your life.
Jessica Smeale decides to plan her wedding early so she has enough time to get everything she wants.
Wedding Veil Photo Courtesy White Fashion Wedding Photographer
Some brides want to show off more the hairdo and give up wearing the veil completely or take it off immediately after the religious ceremony while other brides go with tradition and wear it until the end.
In ancient times, it was believed that the veil protects the bride against evil spirits and the jealousy of those around and of the enemies of the tribes that wanted to kidnap her. Today, the veil is worn only to add an air of mystery. Whatever its meaning in present times, the veil is one of the most representative elements for a bride and its choosing, as well as the dress is sometimes hard, as many elements have to be taken into account, one of these being the shape of the bride’s face.
How do we choose the veil depending on the shape of the face?
Study your features in a mirror, find out the shape of your face and depending on this, you can see which of the veils presented below will suit you.
The veil for an oval face
If you’re lucky and you have an oval face, then you can choose any kind of veil without taking into account the shape of your face, only the dress, cleavage and height.
The veil for a round face
For a round face we recommend a longer veil that will elongate your face. Leave your veil at the back of your hairdo or pin it under your bun so it won’t be in your face.
The veil for a long (elongated) face
If your face is long, then we advise you to add a little width. Choose short or puffed veils, pinned with diadems and tiaras and avoid high buns caught too high or clamped tight at the back. It would be better to choose a lighter hairdo, letting your hair free or curls that cascade near your face.
The veil for a heart-shaped or triangular face
For this type of face it is necessary to complete the width in the jaw area and the best way to achieve this is to choose a double veil that on the upper part is shorter (it should reach the shoulders) and in the lower part is longer.
The veil for a square face
For this type of face you have to be daring! To add a little roundness to your face don’t be afraid to choose a voluminous veil from a material that can create volume and envelop your face sideways.
Usually, the bride buys the veil with the dress so it will be from the same maker in order for the colours and texture to match.
There are many elements that can make the difference between a trivial veil and a really special one the width and the length, embroidery, applications – crystals or rhinestones, a simple, quality material etc. – just make sure you choose the veil keeping in mind the type of dress you’ll wear.
Matching the veil with the dress
A very rich dress will go best with a simple veil, as only one of the two can really shine. A classic, simple dress, where the accent is more on the cut than on the ornamental details, goes well with a decorated veil, but one that is easy to pin-up and be comfortable as you move around at the wedding party. A dress that has as main element the corset will go with a voluminous and shorter veil so it won’t cover the corset. It mustn’t have many applications in order not to clash with the dress. Remember to ask the merchant to prepare the veil to be carried with you to your wedding in Tuscany.
Jordon has spent many years working with top fashion and beauty leaders. He is a stylist and fashion consultant with clients ranging from A-list celebrities to everyday men and women looking to improve their appearance and gain confidence. He has also written various personal lifestyle and fashion articles for numerous websites. Currently, his contribution can be seen on http://thetshirtman.co.uk/. You can also follow him on Google Plus.
Getting engaged and planning a wedding can be an exciting time in your life, but it can also be very stressful. There are plenty of things you need to reserve, buy and simply plan for your wedding, and it is possible that you may forget a few things along the way.
When it comes to planning your wedding, you are going to receive a lot of advice. You can use some of the advice you receive or ignore some of the advice you receive. Either way, there are some things you absolutely need to know when planning your wedding, and the following are five of those things.
1. Stick to your budget.
Before you can even begin to plan a wedding, you need to create a budget that both you and your soon to be spouse agree with. If you are not on the same page about the budget, it will only cause problems during the planning. Once you have set a budget, it’s also very important that you stick to it. Telling yourself it’s okay to spend a little more on certain things will just be the tipping point for you spiraling out of control. Eventually you’ll continue to spend a little more on everything, and your entire wedding budget will be blown.
Use this tool to calculate your draft wedding budget allocations and then you can download your tool to monitor your budget with automatic calculation fields here Get Your Budget Interactive Calculator
2. Know how to handle difficult relatives.
You need to remember that this wedding is yours, so it’s important that you do your wedding your way. Unfortunately, you are going to have input from every family member. You will have a mother that wants a certain color or a mother in law that wants certain treatment. Everyone will have his or her opinions, but it’s important that you simply learn to smile and say thank you, and then continue to plan your wedding your way. This is a big event in your life, so it’s important to make it memorable for you. If you have a difficult family member, you can also have a conversation with them and let them know that while you appreciate their input, they need to remember it’s your wedding.
3. Don’t be afraid to ask for help.
Planning a wedding can be overwhelming, and there is no need to feel like you have to do it all yourself. If you want to refrain from becoming bridezilla, it’s best that you ask for help. Have your bridal party come over and help you put together the centerpieces. Ask your fiancé to be responsible for paying one of the vendors or choosing the menu. The more you allow others to help you out during the planning, the less stressful it will be. And remember that hiring a wedding planner might well help you save money and more than this save you from stress… which is PRICELESS.
4. Remember that some things are out of your control.
You want your wedding to be perfect—that’s understandable. But you also have to remember that you can’t control everything that happens on the day of your wedding. For example, you are not going to be able to control the weather, so while you may want sunny skies, it’s important to be prepared for storms too. You also can’t control what happens at your wedding, so if your third cousin gets so drunk she starts making out with your spouse’s brother, you just need to let it happen.
5. Decide which traditions you will use.
There are certain wedding traditions that have been used for years, and many brides and grooms continue to use these same traditions today. However, some brides and grooms are doing away with the traditions and creating their own unique take on their nuptials. It’s very important that you and your fiancé discuss which traditions you are going to use, if any. For example, if you’re both from different religious backgrounds, you’ll have to decide which traditions you will use or if you will combine them. Talk openly and honestly about your desires, and don’t forget that you will have to compromise.
Guest Author: Meyling Lau is a freelance writer with a creative ability to combine personal experience and research into entertaining, educational articles on a wide range of topics
We are quite frequently asked by our couples about draft costs for a wedding in Tuscany and Italy.
This really depends on so many factors that it is impossible to provide a general number valid for all. For this reason we suggest you contact us and provide as many details as possible, including, in case accommodation is needed, the maximum cost per night per person and the number of nights of your stay. These values in fact will highly impact the possible venues for your wedding and thus the rest of your budget allocation.
BUT, we know newly engaged are dying to know how much their wedding will cost and what drafts costs they will have to face. For this reason we created this average Wedding Budget Planner. You can freely use this, but consider this is just based on average numbers, but may very much be different in your case.
Once you have played a bit with this tool, we suggest you download our Budget Calculator Tool. There you will be able to insert your real values of budget, quotations, and the funds you are receiving as gifts for your wedding and start monitoring your expenses.
Efffetti Wedding In Tuscany recently started cooperating with MyWeddingDesign.
MyWeddingDesign is a graphic studio for your wedding design.
Here is what they say about themselves:
We are a very complete team, coming from the world of graphic design, that have always taken care of visual identities for many different companies. We have many experiences in illustration, editorial design, print and adv. We decided the idea of MyWeddingDesign during a lunch break. Driven by the desire to change our fields, or by the will to dispel fears of marriage, or by the love for the eternal love, we paid the bill and immediately realized our plan.
MyWeddingDesign takes care of the visual identity of your “wedding event”. Our products are: invites, ceremony books, menu, party favors and so on. We often offer layout shown in our website http://www.myweddingdesign.net/inviti.html, but sometimes we realize customized layout by the personal idea of the loving couple. Once the couple announced the marriage by her daughter with the claim “Mom and dad get married!”. Once again they needed to send an invite to a blind friend, so we realized a custom layout in Braille.
From the beginning, our idea was to propose unconventional layout still preserving wedding traditions. We realized weddings are part of the mobile era, of app management, of social networking. The most interesting weddings were the ones we like to call “Wedding 2.0”. We created an invite, “Love 2.0” for Beatrice and Michele, who wanted to create a real timing of their wedding event. In this case, the “Big Day” was presented with a timeline where each phase was marked by a time and an icon. Our favorite weddings are those of our generation, the generation of infographics, apps, social icons and networks, and the results is “Infowedding”, “Save the date”, “Cake”, and so on.
Being that I am a speech writer by trade, I always strive to develop smart, funny works that are not offensive, but offer a memorable level of sincerity that guests of all descriptions can appreciate.
It never fails to astound how frequently folks run afoul of those priorities, whether it be the best man who tells bawdy anecdotes about the groom, or the maid of honor who rambles on and on about things nobody but her will find interesting.
All speakers have real challenges to confront as long as they heed a few important bits of advice, everyone has the ability to produce a speech that perfectly captures the occasion and wins plaudits from all in attendance.
The first thing to keep in mind is the fact that speechmaking is really just about conveying a good story that keeps the listener’s attention. Storytelling necessarily involves using vivid imagery and an an intriguing voice. It is not unlike the way one would speak when spinning tales in a local saloon or regaling a group of kids with a terrific book meant just for them.
Structure also plays an important role in speechmaking. Quality stories offer a beginning element, a middle portion and a strong ending. By tying the conclusion into something that was mentioned early in the speech, the entire product will be much more impressive.
Specificity is also important when making this type of speech. It is necessary to go a bit further than simply stating that you have a close bond with the bride or groom and rattle off some generic compliments.
Everybody has a great relationship with the person they have been asked to speak about, otherwise they would not be there. The important thing is to use detailed examples of the connection shared that illustrate the points being made.
Because your speech needs to be a one-of-a-kind event, it is critical to stay away from online suggestion sites. Anything found on the Internet will surely have been used countless times before and will sound stale and recycled to the listeners.
Steer clear of gimmicks such as A-Z rundowns of the things that make the honoree great. These speeches have been delivered hundreds of times and do not make for an engaging experience.
Though it may sound like obvious advice, it bears repeating that concision is best. It is much better for the audience to wish the speech lasted longer than to wish it would end already.
Whenever possible, it is best not to give the impression that the speech has been memorized and is merely being recited. Concentrating on the words being spoken and the emotion behind them instead of struggling to remember the lines will produce a much better result.
It is always advisable to do a trial run of any speech on some volunteers well in advance. The key is to find someone to hear the speech who will not hesitate to give honest, constructive feedback. This is not the time to rely on someone who is incapable of telling the cold, hard truth.
In the end, the thing to do is to try and have fun. The occasion is one of celebration and joy, not anxiety and stress. Be simply telling a good story, using true personal anecdotes, avoiding tired gimmicks, keeping things tight and delivering the remarks with real emotion, it is possible to give a wedding speech that delights the guests and honors the happy couple.
Amy Rice wrties for www.laughstaff.com when not writing, I enjoy spending time with my daughter, lifting free weights at the gym, walking and gardening.
A Wedding gown is one of the most important dress you’ll purchase in your life. This is one dress that will live with you forever via pictures, videos and even a long lasting discussion on social media. As a bride you’ll come across literally tons of information regarding how to buy a dress, where to buy it from and which are the most expensive etc. But all this information can be pointless if you’re not sure what to avoid or what mistakes people most commonly make.
Take what you see on television with a huge scoop of salt
Wedding photographs by Olivier Lalin Photographer from WeddingLight
Women are bombarded with possibly a million images of wedding gowns a year but a lot of this is just useless and pointless. What you see on television does not always amount to how a dress will look on you in reality. That’s to say how many women can boast of that hourglass figure? If you see a few dresses on television that you really like, make a list of them and make it a point to try them on. Simply picking up the telephone to order a dress you’ve seen a model wear in an infomercial is one of the most common and dire mistakes made by brides.
The biggest mistake is not moving
Many brides may actually visit a number of designer or regular stores to try on over two dozen wedding gowns but end up making one very vital mistake i.e. they never move. Yes, that’s right trying on a wedding gown and looking in the mirror is one thing but until you walk a few steps back and forth, keep it on for a while or sit down in it you’ll never know if you’ll be able to wear it for the whole day. Some of the most beautiful dresses can end up being impractical for most brides because they cannot move in it, especially if you are planning a country wedding in Tuscany this is very critical.
Take your time
Rushing through and buying a dress just because your wedding is a month later is a bad idea. Rushing through will mean that you cannot bargain, you cannot try on dresses at all major stores and you don’t have the time to shop around online. Buying a wedding dress is a process, you need to be able to try on a couple of dresses based on the theme of your wedding. That said at times the dress you like will need to be altered and that too can take time. Also since bridal dress designers show off and introduce their new collection every October and April make sure that you buy anytime in between if you want to latest style and a month prior to these months if you want a bargain off the old design. This too will require time, so ideally you should start searching for a dress four months in advance.
Not photographing yourself in the dress
Image courtesy www.J-STUDIO.IT
It goes without saying that a woman’s worst critic is herself especially where pictures are concerned. However, the biggest mistake that women make is that they decide on a dress by just looking in the mirror. The problem with this approach is that since most weddings are at around midday with the reception carrying out into the night the dress needs to look great in varying light conditions when photographed. A mirror will not be able to accurately reflect how the dress will look in photos. This is why many women often complain that despite buying the latest and greatest wedding gowns it looked mediocre in pictures. As a rule of thumb is that silk satin or taffeta material may look gorgeous in person but when hit by light it will cause them to look awful.
Make sure that the person accompanying you photographs you from every angle when trying the wedding gowns you have shortlisted. You need to make sure that the dress you choose flatters your sides, back and front as well as all other areas.
You should also take keen note of how your body will look in pictures. Many women want their waist to look great in that case the dress should be waist cinched. If you want your arms to look slender then get a dress with a fitting sleeve.
Mark has over a decade of experience working in Sydney as a wedding planner. He has designed dresses as well as helped brides decide upon a dress for their wedding. He currently runs his own online store selling wedding gowns based in Sydney.
The wedding band you will pick can make or break your wedding celebration. Choose the wrong one and the music they will play is guaranteed to ruin your big day. Get the right talent and your wedding will turn out to be an occasion guests will never forget.
So if you want to make sure you will end up with the latter, it is a good idea to carefully choose the talent who would be performing during your wedding. Arriving at an informed choice is a matter of having fine-tuned ears, an eye for style, and considering your personal taste, budget, guest demographics, and venue. However, it also pays to have an open mind to get a band that has the right vibe and variety. For everything else, here is a visual guide how you can hire the wedding band that will make your big day all the more memorable.
Picking the right wedding dress for the big day is serious matter for most women. Whether explicitly stated or not, the wedding dress (and of course, the bride) serve as the main attraction in a wedding ceremony.
In most places, traditional dresses are still preferred. Indeed, there is something special about donning a white, lace-embellished wedding gown while walking down the aisle in front of teary-eyed friends and family; however, more and more women are also abandoning tradition and opting for something different.
Whether traditional or unconventional, shopping for the ideal wedding dress means following a few key steps. Let’s take a look at some of these below.
Once an initial idea is planned out, start setting appointments as soon as possible. Some women can easily make a decision while others would need plenty of time (and several bridal shop visits) before they can say “this is the one!”
3. Consider various possibilities.
Women who walk in with very specific ideals will sometimes miss out on the perfect wedding dress for their shape and body. It is essential to keep an open mind when trying out dress styles. On occasion, that lonely-looking bridal hanger dress in the corner could be the one the bride falls in love with in the end.
4. Never go over the budget.
Once in the store, it’s easy for brides on a tight budget to forget the price tag. Hence, it is essential to determine a price range beforehand and to stick to it! As special as the wedding dress might be, there’s a big possibility it will only be worn once.
One way to keep from overspending is to avoid fitting dresses that are beyond the budget in the first place.
5. Keep the entourage to a minimum.
Visiting a wedding dress shop is an exciting event for the bride and those close to her. However, try not to bring the entire crew when doing fittings. It is best to bring one or two people that have the patience to sit through everything. This minimizes mindless chatter while also allowing the bride to focus on what she feels about the dress.
6. Think about the theme.
Oftentimes, brides forget that they even set up a theme for their wedding and end up wearing wedding dresses that stick out like a sore thumb. For instance, a beach wedding might mean saying no to that beautiful princess ball wedding gown.
7. Come prepared with accessories and the right undergarments.
This is crucial since a gown can sometimes look and feel different when it’s matched with the wrong undergarments. It is advisable to wear a nude bra or underwear so it won’t show through or be distracting once the wedding dress is tried on. Shoes can also dramatically change the silhouette of a dress, so if possible bring the right pair or something similar to the one that’ll be worn on the wedding day.
Landing the perfect wedding dress can be a challenge but with a little patience, a good bridal shop, (and a bit of luck) it can be a rewarding and unforgettable experience.
By Debra Wright
Debra Wright is a creative and innovative blogger and online marketing specialist. She uses her wordsmith skills to share her ideas, thoughts, and tips to other people about topics that fascinate her, such as tips in finding the perfect wedding dress. Follow Debra on twitter @debrawrites…
Brides planning a winter wedding will be well aware of the all the special arrangements they’ve had to make in order to keep guests warm and dry and their special day perfect in spite of the potential of unpleasant winter weather. All this special preparation for those marrying during the latter part of the year should also extend to a bride-to-be’s beauty prep. With brides marrying during December and January no doubt having already picked their dress, it is now time to focus on winter beauty treatments and hair styles that will perfect a winter wedding and help make their special day memorable.
Protecting your skin from the harsh winter weather is always important, and especially so during the lead up to your wedding, so December and January brides should begin using protective barrier cream, or winter facial moisturiser to ensure that their skin looks lovely and is shielded from the cold weather on their special day.
Ensure that the cream or balm you use is of high quality so that your skin can breathe and you’re your pores do not get clogged.
When looking at beauty advice, aside from ‘always remove your makeup before bed’, the most common thing you will hear is ‘get your foundation matched to your skin’ and of course this is never more important than on your wedding day.
Finding the correct foundation for your skin is simple, and only takes a trip to your local beauty parlour, or department store. A cosmetic specialist at a make-up counter can help you find the correct tone and texture foundation for your skin, meaning that not only will it blend perfectly, but you won’t have to deal with your skin feeling too dry or looking too oily.
A Set Style
A winter wedding can sadly mean a higher chance of your special day being visited by wet and windy weather conditions, so brides should consider adapting their hair style to avoid the windswept look.
An up do is a perfect way to prevent unruly hair, but those who really want to wear theirs down should ask their hairdresser on the best way to achieve this without the possibility of it becoming weather-ruined. Brides may want to invest in specialised hair products, such as this, which are designed for lasting hold and protect from the impact of the weather.
The Perfect Smile
With all the smiling you will no doubt be doing on your wedding day, you will want your happy grin to look good. A gleaming, white set of teeth can be the finishing touch to your wedding beauty. Those considering cosmetic dental treatments should consult a dental surgery, like this one, to find the best way to achieve a whiter smile for their wedding.
By having teeth whitening done professionally, brides after a dazzling smile can avoid any potential issues that may arise from attempting at-home whitening that could be disastrous for their wedding day appearance.
Winter brides should make sure that they feel warm on their wedding day in order to avoid shivering and to ensure they look truly radiant. Your chosen dress may be perfect for indoor ceremonies and the reception, but won’t necessarily keep you warm throughout your celebration.
When having a winter wedding, brides should consider accessories such as scarves and shrugs that can be added to their outfit should they feel the chill, and even consider purchasing a stylish coat that matches their wedding colours should they wish for any outdoor photographs to be taken.
Beth Stubbings thinks that winter skincare and beauty is important, especially in the lead up to your wedding day. She would recommend Smilecare Cosmetic Centre to brides wanting to have their teeth whitened for their wedding.