From luxury villas and medieval castles to cliff-top or lakeside hotels, Italy has a range of elegant venues and unique settings to suit any event, if you are thinking to consider other destination in Italy beyond Amalfi coast we are able to assist you for your wedding in Italy.
Lake Como, Tuscany, Apulia are just a few of the location in Italy that can host amazing weddings! Our senior wedding planner and designer Monica, has been arranging wedding since 2005 all across the country and it is the best experts to guide you through the choice of the most suitable wedding venue in Italy.
Italian Lakes – Famous for its lakes, including the ever-popular Lake Como, the North of Italy region offers a range of elegant and exclusive venues, including stunning lakeside villas. It is also in a great location just 50 minutes from the airport and shops of Milan. If lakeside wonder is your style, but you prefer a bit more glitz and glamour than Amalfi Coast, look no further than the beautiful Lake Como. Famous for a reason – startling scenery and stunning villas to match – this Italian gem is a landscape of snow-capped mountains, meandering shoreline, wooded slopes and quiet islets. Also Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta offer romantic spot for an unforgettable ceremony in Italy.
Tuscany – Whether you fancy a city setting, such as Florence so famous for its art and architecture, or scenic countryside including the olive groves and vineyards of Chianti, Tuscany offers both countryside and city chic in abundance. having an outdoor wedding in Tuscany among the rolling hills and castles.
If you wish your wedding destination to be rich in tasty food and wine, while offering family and friends abundant entertainment options (e.g., biking, wine tasting, pool lounging, and sight-seeing), Tuscany is the place to be.
Another area in southern Italy which is growing in popularity for people from England, Europe and beyond choosing to hold events here, including Justin Timberlake who staged his wedding in Puglia. Miles and miles of Mediterranean coastline, great Italian cuisine and exuberant architecture are among its attractions.
Savvy travelers know that Apulia or Puglia – that is the Italian name – is the less frenetic, more tranquil alternative to cosmopolitan (and heavily traveled) Venice and Tuscany. Indeed, baroque Puglia is a region of shoreline and vineyards, medieval memories and grand architecture. It manages to marry (pun intended) vast contrasts into one region, so whether you’re seeking an urban wedding locale or a hidden honeymoon niche, you’ll find it here.