Having made the decision that you want to get married in Italy your biggest problem is going to be deciding exactly where to have your big day as Italy has so many beautiful locations to choose from. Your choice may be one of the major cities such as Rome, Milan, Venice, Florence, Naples or Palermo where stunning buildings and sun drenched piazzas will create the perfect backdrop.
Perhaps you fancy getting married on one of the many beautiful white beaches such as the ones along the coastlines of Sardinia and Sicily. Then of course there is the picture perfect Tuscan countryside, the magnificent and famous lakes in the north, the breath-taking and colourful Amalfi coast, medieval hill top villages, glorious olive groves, large vineyards and many more spectacular locations.
Italy is perfect for all year round weddings so if you don't want to or are unable to book the time to have a spring or summer wedding you can have a winter wonderland wedding in the snow at one of the many famous ski resorts in the north of Italy. If you prefer milder winter weather then head to the extreme south for a winter beach wedding backed by snow capped mountains.
Due to the benign climate and diverse countryside, getting married in Italy has become a popular choice for young couples from all around the world which has luckily resulted in many first class English speaking wedding planners setting up business here. This means that your dream wedding can be arranged easily and efficiently without you having to worry about the legalities or the language barrier. All good wedding planners can arrange civil ceremonies or religious weddings of any denomination as well as arranging locations, catering, photographers, transport, accommodation for all the guests and any other ideas and requests that you may have.
Remember, Italy has twenty separate regions, all very different and all full of very special places which gives you a very wide choice of wedding locations.
All you have to do now is decide when, where and how and then the fun can begin.