Winter Weddings in Italy
Choosing when to get married can be tricky but with the weather cooling down it is a good time to start thinking about the pros and cons of a wintery wedding in Italy. Picture yourself…
Choosing when to get married can be tricky but with the weather cooling down it is a good time to start thinking about the pros and cons of a wintery wedding in Italy.
Picture yourself walking down in the aisle in a fluffy fur wrap, vintage dress and retro heels, with the groom in his own prince charming outfit.
Now take a few seconds to think about what’s involved in organising this perfect event.
Cooler weather means great outfits, delicious and wholesome food and spectacular scenery – think icy lakes, mountains covered in snow and candlelit dinners.
And did we mention castles? There are a number of castles around Italy that specialise in weddings and major events that are surprisingly easily to book so long as you plan in advance.
Weddings in Italy often cost less in terms of venue hire and accommodation if they are organised outside of the main tourist season, which may be another benefit for couples on a budget.
Things you need to know about getting married in Italy
A country with a reputation for romance, family intrigue and forbidden love affairs, it is after all the home of Romeo and Juliet, you could be forgiven for wanting to say I do to a wedding in Italy straight away.
But making sure everything runs smoothly in a foreign country can have its challenges, which is why it’s a good idea to get some careful planning in before the much anticipated day.
While it is possible to do a lot of the bulk work from the comfort of your own home, we still recommend getting in contact with a professional wedding planner team to help you negotiate the finer details.