Great, I am so happy you found me! I would love to help you plan your wedding in Italy! Over the last 20 years, I have planned over 250 weddings in over 20 different countries and I now specialise in weddings in Italy. My aim is to make planning your destination wedding to Italy as stress free as possible for you. To get started, complete my enquiry form (under Contact Rosie) in the menu above and I’ll get back to you asap! If you decide to become my wedding client, I’d love to help plan your gorgeous wedding in Italy!
Rosie The Wedding Planner
Wedding Venues In Italy
Below are the locations and venues we have dealt with in the past but we are always exploring new venues
Weddings in Umbria
Cilento Coast Weddings
Sample Wedding Plans In Italy
Below are some sample wedding plans from previous enquiries to give you some ideas
Sample Wedding Plans with Prices
AC9 Cliff Edge Wedding Venue Sorrento
- Co- ordinator on your wedding day - Assistance with paperwork in Italy - Consular fee, Court fee, Apostilla duty stamps - Concordato legal procedure - Bookings of the Church - Lodging all the paperwork with the Italian appropriate authorities - Personal wedding...
AC 7 Wedding Villa in Sorrento
Wedding Villa with sea view in Italy. Price of wedding for 40-100 guests included in this sample wedding plan for Sorrento/Amalfi Coast wedding venue.
Civil Wedding for 55 guests Amalfi Coast
If you are looking for a stunning luxury wedding venue on the Amalfi Coast where you can have your ceremony and reception on site then this is it!
Now taking bookings for 2021 Weddings
A Favourite Wedding Venue for 2022
Agriturismo La Dogana is a beautiful family-run agriturismo on the boarder of Tuscany and Umbria, set amongst 4,000 olive trees with stunning views of Lake Trasimeno. Minutes from popular buzzing Umbrian towns of Passignano, Cortona and Tuoro sul Trasimeno can cater for weddings up to 90 guests.
Vineyard Wedding for 60 Guests in Tuscany
Catholic Wedding Plan for 60 guests in this pretty vineyard venue 20 minutes from Siena includes: - Catholic ceremony performed in a church nearby the venue - Paperwork assistance - English speaking Catholic officiant - Meeting and rehearsal before the ceremony -...
Wedding for 60 Guests in Tuscany, Italy
Wedding plan with price for 60 people for 2021 in Tuscany. Wedding venue with pool, close to pisa airport. Late music allowed.
Answers to Questions You May Have About Weddings In Italy
How much does a wedding in Italy cost?
So for 100 guests you can estimate 100×200 = 20000 plus 6000 = 26,000 euro
However, venues vary greatly in how much they charge for menus, rental, etc. and service providers vary greatly in price too so your wedding could cost less or more than this.
What wedding services do you offer?
For weddings in Italy we help you source the right wedding venue that suits the style of wedding you want and then we source the wedding services you need, such as catering, transport, musicians, flowers and decor plus we help you with any legal paperwork required. We are there on the day to ensure your wedding day goes without a hitch.
Rosie The Wedding Planner is managed by Rosie The Wedding Planner together with a small team of wedding planners who all have at least 10 years experience of specialised wedding planning. We take on up to 20 weddings per year and Rosie personally matches you with the best planner for your location and needs.
We also have a full professional wedding photography service based in Italy. Click here to see more details of our Italy wedding photographer service.
What do wedding planners charge?
We offer both tailored packages and bespoke wedding planning. For tailored packages the price of wedding planning is built in to the basic package and is about €1500 plus any additional staff we may need on the day depending on the size of your wedding.
Bespoke planning costs €3,000 approx depending on the location and the planning needed.
What are the best months for weddings in Italy?
July is a good month too but tends to be more expensive and gets quite hot.
I don’t recommend August, temperatures can get very hot and it’s also the month when most Italians go on holiday so it is often difficult to book services and venues. It’s also more expensive.
April and October are changable, you could be lucky and have great weather or you could get bad weather. I generally recommend from mid April to mid October (excluding August) for weddings in Italy.
What are the steps to take to planning a wedding in Italy?
Do you only do weddings in Italy?
Do you offer on the day wedding co-ordination in Italy?
What wedding ceremonies are available in Italy?
Symbolic Wedding Ceremonies
Symbolic wedding ceremonies can be very romantic ceremonies performed indoors or outdoors. There are trained professionals who can work with you to create a beautiful, romantic, meaningful ceremony but you can also get a friend or family member to perform the ceremony if you prefer. Symbolic ceremonies do not have any legal standing so it is up to the couple to consider attending this before or after their return from Italy.
Civil Wedding Ceremonies in Italy
Civil wedding ceremonies in Italy need to be performed by the Lord Mayor or their elected person. These ceremonies usually need to take place in the town hall which are often beautiful historic buildings which are very pretty. There are some outdoor locations in Italy that can perform civil ceremonies but not many. This is why a lot of couples who have their hearts set on an outdoor wedding ceremony in Italy, choose to do the legal side at home and do a romantic symbolic ceremony in Italy. Paperwork required for civil ceremonies in Italy varies depending on your nationality and circumstances.
Religious Wedding Ceremonies in Italy
Catholic wedding ceremonies are the most common religious ceremonies in Italy and are legally binding, we can advise you on the paperwork required, etc. Italian towns and villages have amazing Catholic churches and most parishes allow destination weddings but some do not (it is at the discretion of the Bishop). Sourcing an english speaking priest is also a challenge we can help with when we are doing the planning of your wedding.
Many historic venues have a chapel on the estate, however it is important to understand that these were built for family use only so they are often small and not attached to a parish so it is often not possible to have a legally binding wedding ceremony in them.
Other Christian faiths are not so common in Italy and it can be challenging to find celebrants to perform the ceremony, the best advice would be to bring your own minister.
Italy is becoming increasing popular for Indian weddings (we love planning them!) and we know a lot of the vendors required for planning the perfect Indian wedding.
Jewish ceremonies and events are also very doable in Italy.
What is the difference between a Bespoke and Package Wedding Plan?
A tailored plan is tailored to your wedding such as guest numbers and it is possible to add other services required but ofcourse this will increase the price of your wedding. If you cancel services out of the plan you will not get the full value as many of the services included are special offer prices offered to us by service providers for a fixed number of weddings each year. So Tailored wedding packages are better value than Bespoke wedding plans.
Bespoke plans are ideal for those who want to be very involved in the planning and logistics of their wedding and who have specific ideas or of what they want and are less restricted with their budget.