Wedding Abroad Tuscany, Considerations
What's important to consider when deciding to get married abroad, Italian Weddings
British citizens getting married in Italy
Paperwork for British Citizens Getting Married In Italy
Real Tuscany Weddings
Here you will find links to some real weddings in Tuscany and Italy.
Documentation for your wedding in Italy
All you have to know about your wedding in Italy and what we can do for you
Wedding in Italy Paperwork
Documentation to get married in Italy. Depending on your nationality there are different procedures you will have to follow to be able to celebrate a wedding in Italy which is also legally valid in your country. Efffetti Wedding Planners in […]Read More
Real Weddings in Tuscany
Here you will find links to some real weddings in Tuscany and Italy. Some of our previous couples allowed us to publish their wedding images. Enjoy it! Should you want to share your destination wedding in Tuscany with our readers […]Read More
Getting Married in Italy – Canadians
Getting Married in Italy for Canadian Citizens Italian law requires EACH non-Italian wishing to be married in Italy to present a “Nulla Osta” or equivalent documentation. Efffetti Wedding Planners in Tuscany will guide you to obtain the needed documentation. The […]Read More
A happy marriage has in it all the pleasures of friendships, all the enjoyment of sense and reason and indeed all the sweets of life" - Joseph Addison
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It’s Wedding Season! And you’re invited! It’s a joyous occasion that your closest friends and family want you to share in.
You can receive a free wedding budget calculator by submitting your vows.
Kahlil Gibran one of the most amazing poems on marriage. It can be read as a “blessing” to a couple as it holds the secret of a perfect married life.
Give your hearts, but not into each other’s keeping.
For only the hand of Life can contain your hearts.
And stand together yet not too near together:
For the pillars of the temple stand apart,
And the oak tree and the cypress grow not in each other’s shadow.