Rising from the sea cliff overlooking the Bay of Naples, this majestic property is grand in design and experience. Villa Astor has earned the title of "Paradise" with possibly one of the best vistas in the world and a grandeur rarely seen inside and out. It is one of the most romantic and awe-inspiring settings for a luxury Italian wedding. 

This luxury villa is a fantasy wedding location, a one-of-a-kind and beautiful setting ideal for elopements, weddings in villa ceremonies, and receptions that have been named one of the trendiest Italian wedding locations by Brides Magazine. The gorgeous, lush garden is the perfect place for romance and celebration, and it offers expansive views of the sea and Mount Vesuvius. Either outside under the stars or within one of the many salons are options for dining.

According to numerous premium lifestyle and travel periodicals, including Town & Country, Quintessence, Forbes, Bloomberg, and the Telegraph, Villa Astor is the gold standard for opulent lodging on the Amalfi Coast. It’s a breathtaking villa steeped in history with a view that will take your breath away. In addition, it is one of our favorite Italian wedding venues.

A Unique Experience 

If you dream of being whisked away to a destination filled with romance, culture, and history for your wedding, Italy and the Villa Astor are the perfect setting. Dripping in old-world luxury at the most renowned residence in Sorrento, you can expect to be pampered.

It is a majestic structure that rises above the Gulf of Naples. Nestled on two hectares (4+ acres) of land, the distinctive garden, one of Europe's 20 most beautiful gardens, faces Naples and Mount Vesuvius with a dramatic plunge to the sea.

The Villa has a primary structure with three floors. The lowest level, accessible through an exterior stairway, consists of a terrace and a salon in a glass-covered portico, making it the perfect summertime location for meals, gatherings, and barbecues. 

Six luxurious bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom designed and built by Jacques Garcia, are located on the first and second floors.

The property has 270-degree sea views and is encircled by a big, private garden with more than 1000 different species of plants, flowers, and trees, some of which reach heights of 60 feet. The decor, paintings, and other items on the property all reflect elegance and classicism with a solid connection to regional southern Italian traditions.

Walking around the house's garden, open areas, and interior rooms is a profoundly emotional experience. Marble columns and artifacts complete its architecture, yet it is hard to describe precisely what Villa Astor stands for.

Weddings At Villa Astor In Sorrento Italy

Villa Astor is truly a luxury destination wedding venue located in Sorrento. The villa has hosted some of the most famous weddings in history, since the early 20th century. And the weddings that take place here are some of the most unbelievable. 

The views are designed to be seen from every room in the house, but you can also enjoy them outside on your private balcony or patio.

Three rooms are available for ceremonies: an indoor chapel with high ceilings decorated with antique chandeliers; a small outdoor chapel with walls made of stone; and an outdoor garden where you can say your vows beneath a pergola covered with flowers.

Villa Astor is conveniently located near many other attractions in Sorrento, including museums and historical sites such as Pompei, Herculaneum, and Vesuvius Volcano Park. The venue offers a range of packages to suit all budgets and styles.

The History

Villa Astor has a lengthy history dating back to the first century A.D., when Agrippa Postumus, the grandson of Emperor Augustus, first made it his home. It has long been a house and a destination for the affluent and illustrious.

It is a remarkable example of combining interior and outdoor splendor. William Waldorf Astor purchased this house in 1905 after falling in love with it and filling it with one of the most extensive collections of classical and Renaissance artifacts of the 20th century. It became one of the most sought-after vacation spots in the South of Italy after a wealthy family purchased the Villa in the 1970s and hosted several famous guests, including Gregory Peck, Sofia Loren, Princess Margaret, Franco Zeffirelli, and Rudolf Nureyev.

The villa has been restored over the years, keeping its original design but updating the facilities to meet modern needs. As a result, it remains one of the most popular wedding venues in Sorrento.

It is an ideal location for a luxury wedding on Amalfi Coast and romantic honeymoons. It's also close enough to Naples for guests who may want to include some sightseeing into their trip (though there are plenty of things to do at Villa Astor itself!).

The location offers accommodations with stunning views overlooking the sea or mountain landscape—depending on which suite you book! Guests can enjoy meals in the main dining room or at one of several gourmet restaurants nearby (which can be booked through Villa.

A Luxurious Destination For Weddings & Events

The Astor Villa exudes a classic aura. A museum-quality collection of Greek and Roman antiquities that previously belonged to Lord Astor himself is displayed throughout the magnificent furnishings. In addition, antique relics, such as columns, statues, fountains, urns, pottery shards, and pieces of sarcophagi, are scattered throughout the verdant gardens.

Many of these items were discovered during Pompeii's original excavation, which is just incredible. Imagine the experience you and your wedding guests will have surrounded by such unbelievable history.

Weddings at Villa Astor are a luxurious experience, with many rooms decorated by famous artists like Gustav Klimt and Salvador Dalí. The grounds also feature an outdoor chapel, where many couples say their vows under the Tuscan sun.

It's a stunning luxury villa that offers a truly unique and memorable experience to celebrate your love with your closest family and friends.

A symbolic wedding in Amalfi Coast ceremony and reception for groups of 100–200 guests can be held in the exotic garden and breathtaking terraces of Villa Astor. For up to 120 guests, symbolic ceremonies may be held on a large terrace with a view of the sea and Mount Vesuvius. Another choice is a garden near the pool with exotic plants and palm trees but no ocean views.

There are citrus and olive groves, fountains, ornamental ponds, an internal pool in a natural grotto, palms, and ferns, as well as hidden paths and alleys that wind through more than 1,000 plant species, including medicinal plants. Within the walls of this priceless garden, you will discover a microclimate. The Villa is complemented by a jaw-dropping marble swimming pool on the grounds.

These magnificent settings create a beautiful backdrop for your wedding near the sea photos. 

Things To Do

Sorrento is located on Italy's Amalfi Coast, which offers many other attractions, including museums, restaurants, shops & galleries - all of which are within walking distance from Villa Astor! Its location means that guests can easily enjoy their stay here – whether they want to explore the local area or take advantage of nearby offerings (such as hiking trails through nearby mountains).

If you're looking for extra activities during your stay here, there are plenty of things to do nearby! You can visit nearby Amalfi Village, where you'll find boutiques and restaurants—or go snorkeling at Capri Island!

You could visit Ravello, which has several historic sites, including an ancient Roman villa overlooking the sea, or spend some time hiking through the nearby countryside surrounded by olive trees and vineyards that produce some of Italy's best wines (and cheeses!). But yeah, make sure to sample the wine!

You can also enjoy activities such as hiking on Mount Asaro or exploring Piazza Duomo, where you'll find vibrant markets throughout the day.

The Villa Astor is a beautiful destination wedding venue in Sorrento, Italy, offering a range of options for your ceremony and reception, including the stunning courtyard, the ethereal gardens, and the secluded terraces.

The serene surroundings of Villa Astor allow guests to relax while enjoying world-class service from an expert staff dedicated to making your stay an unforgettable experience. So if you’re ready to say “I DO” in a romantic, luxurious palace in Italy, we’re ready to help you plan it. 

Greece colums on Villa Astor Garden
Villa Astor External yard
bathroom of the Villa Astor's suite
Table set up of the Astor Restaurant
balcony sea view from the Villa
balcony sea-view from lunch table
beautiful pool near the room of Villa Astor

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Choosing your wedding colours is a crucial step in planning a wedding in any season, but it can be challenging when it’s for an Autumn wedding. Of course, given that it's pumpkin patch season, orange is a no-brainer, but if that's not quite your thing, don't worry. Numerous fall wedding colour schemes are available, including deep jewel tones, earthy neutrals, and pastels, which will capture the season's charm while looking chic and current. 

Have you decided on your fall colour scheme yet? We’ve rounded up some great examples of fall wedding palettes that will spark your imagination and help you plan your dream wedding. 

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Fall wedding colors

Fall Wedding Colors That Aren’t Boring

Autumn weddings are popular yearly because the weather is getting cooler than summer, but not yet the frigid winter. And, of course, (depending on where you live) the shades on the trees are changing, different florals are blooming, and the humidity isn’t so bad. So it’s genuinely a great time to get married. 

Terracotta and Greenery

Terracotta is a lovely option for a fall wedding for you and your significant other. This warm, earthy color has been popular for some time, and we're not surprised. It's ideal for making your wedding feel warm and inviting.

Beautiful contrast between flora and terracotta. It feels like home when there is greenery around because it gives the walls an earthy, terracotta-like texture. It can serve as a backdrop for photographs or as subtle accent lighting around your venue. Everyone will like the aesthetically pleasing setting created by the contrasting greens and browns!

Navy and Burgundy

Want something classy, stylish, and romantic? Choose burgundy roses and dark navy blue flowers for a natural appearance. Flowers can be lavishly arranged in large and tiny bouquets, with one bouquet for each person. This is a dramatic and elegant color palette for your Fall wedding. 

Teal and Tangerine

Teal and orange are the perfect combinations if you're looking for a rich, colorful palette. At first sight, these textures might not appear to go well together, but they go pretty well together. Because teal and tangerine are complementary colors or opposites on the color wheel, they create a visual contrast that helps intensify each hue's intensity when used together. 

Both of these colors are warm and cool, and they both have characteristics that complement one another. As accent colors or stand-alone colors, they both can give your wedding-day outfit more depth and dimension. In addition, these wedding colours photograph beautifully. 

Copper and Merlot

You know the American saying, “If you find a penny, pick it up. All day long you’ll have good luck”? A penny's coating is made of copper, which has long been thought to bring luck and love into one's life. That’s perfect for weddings, right?

Copper is one of our favorite wedding colors because of its glamorous sheen and the elegant and sophisticated ambiance it creates. When combined with a deep merlot-inspired hue, it appears opulent and welcoming. For a European-chic aesthetic, include traditional calligraphy, wax seals, and gentle greenery in this fall wedding color scheme.

Raspberry and Green

Raspberry and green are beautiful for any type of wedding but look especially beautiful at vineyard weddings. 

Jewel Tones

Jewel tones are often a safe bet, which is why fall weddings continue to choose them year after year. To give your palette a regal feel, incorporate deep hues like burgundy, green, navy blue, and dark purple. Flatware, candlesticks, and table chargers with gold trim add glimmer and romanticism to a tablescape with jewel tones.

Plum, Green, and Ivory

The result is tasteful and romantic when you blend the muted versions of these lovely hues. If you want to create a garden-inspired wedding theme, green and purple are stunning colors to use. It will look even better if you include unexpected details like herbs and dried floral arrangements that enhance the botanical motif. 

We can absolutely picture this wedding palette at the stunning Italian wedding venues' ancient and well-manicured gardens with the majestic sea as the backdrop

Burgundy and Gold

This one is one of the most adaptable (and risk-free) color schemes for an autumn wedding. Burgundy and gold are timeless colours, regardless of your wedding's boho, rustic, or formal theme. 

While burgundy is a deep, muted red and gold is a metallic yellow, both warm hues will give everyone the impression that they are at an autumn wedding. However, you may easily incorporate these two colors into your clothing even if you don't have much décor.

Beautiful Color Palettes

Lavender and Amethyst

If your wedding has a vintage theme, we recommend a two-tone palette with light and dark purple tones. These fall wedding colours can be gorgeous, romantic, edgy, or all of the above, depending on how you design them!

We especially love how lavender can add vibrant pops of color while amethyst infuses a rich fall aesthetic. 

Navy and Gold

Are you planning a traditional wedding? The perfect colors for any elegant autumn celebration are navy and gold. They are classic and elegant without being overly simple. Leave them as-is, or add burgundy and burnt orange splashes to other parts of your design for extra cosiness.

Dusty Blue, White, and Green

To master this autumn palette, you should start by picking a dusty blue. Incorporating it into your wedding is best done by combining it with white and green flowers. Green will assist bring more color without overpowering the other elements in the space, while white will lighten the color scheme and add some contrast between your dress and bouquet.

fall full coloured leaves

Dusty Rose and Burgundy

You can choose any shade of dusty rose as a gentle, muted pink. It works well for both floral centerpieces and wedding invites and your decor. You might, for instance, use Dusty Rose as the background color of your invitation or as an accent color on the envelope or RSV{ card.

Try to include burgundy details throughout the venue (such as napkins) and dress up the tables with burgundy flowers like rose or ranunculus bouquets to tie these colors in with other elements of your big day! The result will be a romantic and beautiful wedding. 

Burgundy, Peach, and Greenery

Peach is a pale orange hue, whereas burgundy is a dark red. These two hues go well together since they are complementary to one another. Instead of utilizing black or navy blue for your bridesmaids' dresses, burgundy can be a more traditional choice. Additionally, combine it with greenery (consider pine trees) to provide an earthy atmosphere ideal for autumn weddings (or fall-inspired ones).

Brown and Red

Red has been a popular wedding color for decades because it symbolizes love. But when it’s a fall wedding, you can really have some fun with red accents by mixing them with some unexpected Autumn hues. 

Particularly for rustic fall weddings, vibrant orange and crimson are frequently combined. However, this dark red, black, and brown texture scheme feels equally suited for any elegant and rural wedding with a modern twist if you want something pastoral.

Orange and White

Orange and white (or ivory) are your go-to colors because they make us think of homemade pies for dessert, hot apple cider, lots of pumpkin decor, and nice flannel blankets.

Champagne and Salmon

Salmon and champagne are both chic neutral hues. They can serve as the primary colors in your wedding palette or serve as accent colors.

Suppose you decide to utilize these as your primary fall wedding colors. In that case, they look stunning with less saturated versions of the champagne and salmon we've just discussed (for example, pale skin tone ivory is a great color choice). Even better, you might emphasize their neutral tones by including white or silver accessories in your decor!

Emerald Green and Moss

A beautiful two-tone color palette can be made with several tones of green. For example, when combined with a mossy color, sophisticated emerald or dark teal looks exceptionally stylish. This combination would look fantastic for a forest, garden, or vineyard wedding.

Fall is a beautiful time to get married, and if you choose one of the color palettes, you’ll undoubtedly be designing an unforgettable aesthetic. Using these hues in your decor and your flowers and bridal party attire will create a cohesive look. And if you add metallic touches such as gold or copper, it will elevate the theme to a luxurious and sophisticated style. 

All of our life experiences are sewn together by color. For example, a particular hue of yellow may instantly transport you back to your childhood summer days spent playing on the beach's soft sand, while the color red may remind you of your yearly family road trip when the leaves change.

An infinite number of colours finishes, and undertones to pick from enables you to entirely create the ambiance of your wedding day, down to the napkins and bridesmaid dresses. So feel free to infuse your favorite color and definitely your personality, and the result will be a fabulous event no one will forget. 

Full coloured flowers in red, yellow, orange, violet and purple
Flowers coloured in yellow, orange, red and rose

One of Italy's most gorgeous areas is the Amalfi Coast, which boasts exceptional natural beauty and a rich historical past. In today’s modern times, this place is widely renowned for hosting lavish weddings with romantic settings and beautiful venues. There are several excellent venues in the area, from the stunning Augustus Gardens on Capri, the Pink Palace- Palazzo Avino to the Ravello Town Hall,  which offers outdoor ceremonies with a view of the Mediterranean. A romantic and unforgettable place to tie the knot. 

Why Choose Ravello for Your Wedding?

Scenic beauty, clinging cliffside roads, rugged terrain, and tiled picturesque towns make this place the most breathtaking stretch of shoreline in Italy and the best place to get married. And one of our favourite wedding venues is the Palazzo Avino in Ravello, and today we’re going to tell you why it’s the best place to get married in Italy.

The Amalfi Coast, considered Italy's best-kept secret, offers breathtaking vistas from every angle and provides equally beautiful scenic backgrounds for couples getting married in a luxurious setting.

With thousands of years of history, an enchanting mountaintop setting on Italy’s most beautiful coastline, and views that have captivated countless souls and artists and filled hearts with passion, the Palazzo Avino will capture your heart. But it's only the beginning of what you may discover in this little community.

There are still tales to be discovered along its medieval streets, garden cottages, and ancient stone walks. including your love story.

This enchanted setting is more than just what meets the eye. People are not only astounded as they approach the shoreline; it also offers more surprises once they get out of the car and begin their tour of the hotels, castles, cathedrals, museums, and other sights along the coast.

Breathtaking view from Palazzo Avino terrace

Ravello is likely the least visited of the hamlets that stare out onto the azure Meditteranean Sea. Yet it plays in a league of its own, perched 1,150 feet above sea level with stunning coastline vistas, and is an incredible place to get married in Italy. 

For couples looking to have a destination near the sea, Ravello is the most romantic and unforgettable location. It is situated just high and far enough away from the main tourist routes to feel more private and intimate. You should consider getting married here if you envision a spectacular affair at a magnificent palazzo or a garden wedding with some of the best panoramic ocean views in all of Italy.

You can tie the knot in one of the ancient and well-manicured gardens with the sun kissing your skin,  say “I Do” in a rustic Moorish palace, a historic castle, or the Palazzo Avino for an unforgettable romantic wedding. With a plentitude of indoor and outdoor settings for your wedding ceremony and reception, your wedding will be an event to remember.

Palazzo Avino

Rising from the majestic cliffs, tucked away on a medieval hilltop, 350 meters above the dazzling Mediterranean-the Palazzo Avino overlooks the coast's picturesque fishing villages. It was built in a former 12th-century private villa for an Italian noble family and opened as a hotel in 1997. It is a magnificent five-star deluxe hotel and one of the world's finest hotels with one-star Michelin cuisine.

The attention is drawn to this palace as you pass along the cobblestone street that borders the Giardini Principessa di Piemonte public garden because of its dazzling and distinctive pink colour. It is home to a five-star luxury hotel currently run by the Avino sisters, Mariella and Attilia.

The lovely location is situated in the south of Naples and offers breathtaking views of the sea from its vantage point on a cliffside. For its affluent tourists, the picturesque surroundings of the dazzling blue sea, an abundance of flowers, and pastel-painted cottages create a tranquil retreat from the hectic outside world. 

This multi-award-winning house has been elegantly renovated to the finest standards while keeping its evocative medieval and baroque elements. As a result, the hotel has received praise as one of the world's top hotels and has received global recognition for its dedication to providing the best hospitality and service.

Undoubtedly a majestic place to get married in Italy. 

The opulent Palazzo Avino, also referred to as the "Pink Palace" by locals, is perched high on a hillside overlooking terraced gardens that rise from the sea in Ravello. The hotel is the crown jewel of this majestic view. This old villa, which has stood on this site since the 12th century, boasts Italianate magnificence by the wine barrelful, with vaulted ceilings, polished-walnut furnishings, and ornate tiled flooring. 

One of the lounge rooms' enormous art deco-style stars, which pays homage to another glamorous era, is something we particularly admire. However, in Italy, living well isn't enough; you also need to eat well. And Rossellini's, the hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant, is undoubtedly one of the most romantic places to have dinner.

Wedding in an Italian Palazzo

A wedding in the Italian Palazzo is an unforgettable experience. From the lavish and historic decor to the impeccable service, your guests will be transported into another time. We can picture intimate wedding ceremonies in the gardens with the gorgeous backdrop of the sparkling sea. Receptions can be held on a terrace or around the pool, and yes! Even in the gardens. 

If you dream of getting married in Italy, let us help you bring your vision to life. Our exceptionally trained wedding planners love the Palazzo Avino, and styling your dream wedding will be an honour. 

The Treatment

All visitors are given a royal welcome at the Palazzo Avino, which was restored to its former splendour in 1997. While completely renovated and refurbished, it nonetheless maintains the authenticity of its past and gives visitors the chance to unwind and regenerate in a magnificently opulent environment.

The rooms are the stylish counterpoint to the genuine ambiance of the Palazzo. The aquamarine blue, coral red, and sand tones used throughout the rooms are inspired by the aquatic world beneath them. The rooms have curved beds and headboards set against slightly concave walls and are surrounded by unique lights that resemble pearls and seashells.

Once a private residence, the mansion is built around a Moorish-style courtyard with white lime-painted walls. It underwent renovations aimed at preserving its original, imposing architecture while valuing the eclectic style of the Amalfi coast.

The 33 guest rooms and 10 suites are tastefully designed with handmade pottery from the adjacent town of Vietri Sul Mare. Luxurious antique furniture from French and Italian artists of the 17th to 19th centuries and priceless carpets create a luxury oasis away from home. 

Undoubtedly, your wedding guests will feel pampered and elite while staying at the stunning Palazzo Avino. 

The Amenities

The palazzo's amenities include an infinity pool with views of the sea, a garden pool and solarium, a gym, and a spa with aromatherapy, Californian massages, and revitalizing treatments for the face and body.

Stepped gardens and several terraced areas, including one on the roof, provide exceptional views and lovely areas for taking photos. There is plenty to do while you stay here.

A Culinary Experience

A trip to the Amalfi coast wouldn't be complete without sampling some of its delectable cuisines.

Three dining options are available at the Palazzo Avino hotel: the casual Terrazza Belvedere, which serves seafood pasta and the famous Capresi dumplings; the Lobster & Martini bar, which offers 100 different martini variations; and the Michelin-starred Rossellini's, which serves dishes like Luna Caprese dumplings made of lemon bread and stuffed with Corbarino tomato.

With the exceptionally trained culinary team, your wedding guests will be WOW’d with delectable Italian cuisine fit for royalty. A food experience no one will forget. 

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Palazzo Avino entrance
Palazzo avino dressing room with reinassance style
an infinity pool with views of the mountains
seaside view
Breathtaking view from Palazzo Avino terrace
terrace pool with sea view

For couples looking to have a destination wedding in the Amalfi Coast, Ravello is the most romantic and unforgettable location. It is situated just high and far enough away from the main tourist routes to feel more private and intimate. You should consider getting married in here if you want a garden wedding celebration with some of Italy's best panoramic ocean views!

This beautiful part of Italy has the most luxurious villa and castle hotels available for your wedding celebration. Moorish palaces, Romanesque churches, and magnificent sea-view homes are just a few of the venues the small village of Ravello has to offer for your wedding ceremony. 

The Venue

One of Italy's most opulent wedding venues is the Hotel Caruso in Ravello. The hotel features 50 guest rooms, most of which have sea views, eight suites, one outstanding restaurant, an outdoor infinity pool, and event space for up to 150 people. Its hilltop location is 365 meters above sea level, guarantees lengthy sunny hours, breathtaking vistas, and a high degree of peace and privacy.

Panoramic coastal views, ancient frescoes, and irresistible Italian cuisine make Caruso Hotel the perfect venue for weddings and celebrations. 

Some of the hotel's rooms also have antique furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries, decorated in an attractive Neapolitan style and tradition. To further cement the connection to the former splendor, replicas of some of the antique palazzo's furnishings have also been made.

Travel and unwind in opulent elegance at this ancient palace from the 11th century. You can enjoy expansive views of the stunning Italian coastline as it glitters in the sunlight or the moonlight from this magnificent luxury hotel.

A stunning location for weddings

Caruso, a medieval palace from the 11th century perched on rocks next to the Amalfi Coast, appears to float over the Mediterranean Sea. Say your vows in the charming and historic 900-year-old Duomo of Ravello. Entertain wedding guests amid beautiful rose bushes in the fragrant Italian gardens. Whatever your Italian dream wedding, the dedicated team will make it a reality.

To provide every contemporary luxury, the hotel has been meticulously refurbished. In addition, its historical features, including its fresco-covered ceilings and ancient walls, have been meticulously conserved.

Visitors can take strolls around the terraced gardens or relax by the breathtaking infinity pool. Positano can be reached by water, or you can visit Roman Pompei. Everywhere they look, inside and outside the hotel, a world of history, culture, and beauty is waiting.

What you can find nearby

An ideal wedding can be anything, but for many people, it means getting married in a charming and romantic foreign country. Italy is the perfect location for such a wedding, and one of the most romantic locations is the Belmond Caruso, positioned high above the breathtaking Amalfi coast.

For many, a destination wedding in Italy is an incredible vacation getaway. So, selecting a location that allows you and your guests to enjoy the region and country is essential. Ravello and the Amalfi Coast are a few kilometres from the cliffside resort of Positano and conveniently close to Naples, Sorrento, and Salerno. 

This makes it the ideal starting point to visit the fascinating Campania region, including the lost city of Pompei, which was obliterated by Mount Vesuvius' eruption thousands of years ago. But it also is a fantastic location for an intimate or lavish wedding celebration.

Renowned as an awe-inspiring romantic escape is one of the most wedding destinations worldwide. With views that sweep down across the alluring Amalfi coastline and the gentle aroma of fresh lemons in the air, the backdrop is perfect for your “I Do’s.”

Celebrations Of Love With Every Modern Luxury

From weddings and renewed wedding vows, anniversaries, and meaningful events to family festivities —  events and celebrations at this venue are imbued with a mythical splendour that creates a lifetime of cherished memories. 

Caruso can transform a dinner date into a memorable experience because its superb regional cuisine serves the finest of land and sea. In addition, there are numerous wonderful alternatives, including private dining rooms that can accommodate 170 people and 50 rooms and suites.

Things Wedding Guests Can Do

Complimentary Boat Tour

While the hotel allows you to take in all the sights of the Amalfi Coast with a birdseye view, the complimentary boat tour shows you the beauty of the majestic  Mediterranean Sea. So embrace your adventurous side with the daily 'Coastline of Treasures' tour. 

Sail around the sea on the traditional wooden boat, named ‘Ercole,’ for an exciting adventure around the beautiful coast. This exclusive boat tour is complimentary for Caruso guests and includes round-trip shuttles from the hotel. 

It’s an exciting adventure for all and guaranteed to create unforgettable memories and photos. 

The Spa

One of the most upscale wellness centres of the region is located here, a hotel with a difference in Ravello. Spa culture has become an art form here. With various treatments intended to nourish the mind, body, and spirit, you can experience botanical paradise. Even some therapies can be taken advantage of in the romantic gardens beneath a clear sky.

The Culinary Experience

Let yourself be carried away by the exuberant flavours of Italy at the Caruso’s two restaurants. Delicious dishes spotlight locally sourced, fresh produce that is prepared and presented with style. Drink and eat while admiring historic frescoes or the ocean. Then, have a nightcap in the elegant Piano and Cocktail bar for the best nightlife experience.

Areas for Exclusive and Elegant Weddings

Depending on the size of your guest list, the Hotel Caruso is an excellent choice for contemporary destination weddings. The beautifully groomed lawns are the ideal location for a classy supper.

You can host ceremonies or appetizers in the olive garden. The coastal scenery is spectacular in every location. Both the cake-cutting and the after-dinner event could be planned poolside.

And no matter which area of the property you choose for your ceremony or reception, you and your wedding guests are guaranteed incredible views, rich and luxurious details, and impeccable service. 


The luxurious Hotel offers double rooms, junior suites, and suites. The interiors are light and opulent, with hand-selected antique furnishings and four-poster beds. Stunning furniture was specially built for this hotel and reflects the history and a sophisticated Neapolitan style; some rooms even include antique furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Look for fascinating historical details as each room and suite in this old palace is distinct. The Caruso is set on the cliff's edge, seeming to float above the ocean, overlooking olive vines and tiered groves of lemons. With balconies that look out onto the glistening sea, rooms take full advantage of the vista. 

A Celestial Cliffside Retreat

Perched 1000 meters above the sea, you can enjoy total privacy. Feel the sun's warmth in your private garden in this picturesque 11th-century palace.

An Exquisitely Private Hideaway - Villa Margherita

The lovely Villa Margherita guest home is located on the grounds of the Caruso hotel. For honeymooners and family gatherings, its spacious suites provide the ideal level of privacy and exude a Mediterranean flair. The vistas of the sea are even more breathtaking.

If your dream is to get married in Italy, there is no better location than Ravello and the Amalfi Coast. And while there are many wedding venues to choose from, none come close to the majestic sea views, impeccable service, and unbelievable wedding experience you will have at the Caruso Hotel Amalfi. If you’re struggling to decide which venue is perfect for your “I Do’s,” give us a call. We’re here to help!

Terrace view of mediterranean sea from Caruso Hotel
view of ravello in Amalfi Coast
Caruso Hotel reinassence room
high view of Caruso Belmond Hotel
Garden view of Caruso Hotel
Caruso Belmond otel amalfi coast

There is no lack of magnificent spots for weddings in Italy's majestic Tuscany region. However, Villa San Michele is the ideal destination for a wedding if you want a genuinely once-in-a-lifetime experience.

It's a charming location for a couple planning a luxury Italian wedding in Florence. The picturesque property, located in the Tuscan hills of Fiesole (just minutes from Florence by car), is full of secluded areas, opulent accents, and breathtaking surroundings. These are easily adaptable to extravagant wedding celebrations of every kind, from small-group get-togethers to using the villa exclusively for extravagant events with up to 200 guests.

History Of Villa San Michele

Villa San Michele is a historic hotel in Florence, in Italy, built in the early 20th century by the Italian architect Leopoldo Pecori Giraldi and was originally a private villa belonging to the Medici family. 

The backstory…In the 1950s, it was converted from a 15th-century monastery into a posh resort with a façade reportedly designed by Michelangelo—it was a setting where Medicis went to confess their sins, next to a park where Leonardo da Vinci allegedly tested his flying machine—boasting 46 enormous rooms and suites featuring private terraces and unparalleled views of the Tuscan capital, making it absolutely majestic.

Set atop a hill in Florence’s picturesque Fiesole district, with its stunning views of the city and surrounding Tuscan hillsides, the Villa San Michele is the perfect place to exchange vows. And the friendly staff creates the most wonderful environment, including pampering you with down-to-earth royal treatment.

Our experienced wedding planners will work with you to tailor-make your special day, ensuring that every detail is taken care of. From finding the perfect space for your ceremony to arranging transportation for your guests, our staff will take care of everything so you can relax and enjoy your big day.

A Celebrity Wedding Venue

If you’re searching for a unique and unforgettable Tuscany wedding venue that’s fit for royalty or celebrities, this is it! The Villa San Michele has a long history as a wedding venue and has hosted many famous weddings and guests over the years (including Prince Charles and Camilla). 

Some of the most notable weddings that have taken place at the Villa San Michele include the marriage of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in 1964 and the wedding of Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti in 1966. 

And Sting and Trudie Styler were married at the Villa San Michele in 1992. And more recently, Kim and Kanye’s bridal party relaxed and stayed at Villa San Michele in Fiesole for the couple's lavish wedding. 

Can’t you imagine saying “I Do” in a place where celebrities have also tied the knot?

Villa San Michele high view with sunset

A Gorgeous Italian Wedding place

This renaissance wonder sits atop a hill in Florence, offering stunning views of the city and the Arno river below. The hotel grounds are beautifully landscaped and feature numerous sculptures and fountains. The property also includes a chapel often used for wedding ceremonies. Villa San Michele is an excellent choice if you want a truly unique and memorable wedding venue in Italy. 

The light over the Arno Valley is captivating at any time of day. You can seal your union beneath soft pink Tuscan skies with a view of the maze of Florentine streets below. Exchange your intimate vows beneath the shade of aromatic lemon trees in the sun-dappled gardens. Or get married inside the 15th-century arched façade while the sun sets outside in a blazing amber. A wedding at Villa San Michele conjures up the unforgettable romance of the Renaissance era; it’s simply perfect.

The venue offers various services and amenities to make your wedding day perfect. And features 46 rooms, each unique in its way but all featuring antique furnishings and an emphasis on comfort and pampering guests throughout your stay. 

And it’s home to several gorgeous event spaces ideal for hosting your reception. The Loggia dei Lanzi overlooks the cityscape and provides a dramatic backdrop for an unforgettable evening, while the Terrazza Delle Rose is a beautifully landscaped garden terrace perfect for al fresco dining. 

It’s the perfect destination for a wedding experience where you can host multiple events over several days. From a welcome party to a rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony, and reception to a farewell brunch, the Villa San Michele can host them all.

Whichever space you choose, you can be sure that your guests will be impressed by the breathtaking views.

The Wedding

When it comes to getting married at the Villa San Michele Hotel, there are a few things that you can expect. First and foremost, the venue is absolutely stunning and unforgettable. Undoubtedly, your wedding guests will be mesmerized by the enchanting grounds and impeccable service. 

Photo backdrop locations are available at every turn, which creates an excellent opportunity for having family portraits created. So, you may want to take advantage of your time there by hiring a professional photographer to document these memories on film for eternity. It’s truly an experience that will be cherished for a lifetime. 

It’s lavish, historical, and unique, offering an incredible experience for all. It is nestled in the heart of Tuscany, the wedding hotel in Florence with the most awe-inspiring views. With its manicured gardens and incredible architecture, it's easy to see why this is such a popular spot for weddings, so you may want to book your date well in advance. 

We recommend booking a year out or at least six months ahead of time so that you can secure your dream date and wedding. Trust us; it'll be worth it!

Important Things To Consider

When planning a wedding at this gorgeous villa, you must consider a few essential things. Here is a complete guide to help you plan the perfect wedding at this stunning hotel.

The first thing you need to do is decide on your wedding date. The location is a popular Italian wedding venue, so booking your date well in advance is important. Once you set your date, you can start planning the rest of your wedding.

The next thing you need to think about is your guest list. The Villa San Michele Hotel can accommodate up to 200 guests, so make sure to invite everyone you want to attend. If you're having a smaller wedding, the hotel also has smaller event spaces that may be more suitable for your needs.

Now that you have your date and the guest list sorted, it's time to start thinking about the details of your wedding. We'll reserve you several packages available, so be sure to ask what's included. You'll also need to decide on catering, flowers, music, decorations, and any additional events you may want to host.

What Type of Ceremony Can You Choose?

There are many different types of wedding ceremonies you can choose from when getting married here. If you are looking for a traditional ceremony, you can opt for a Catholic or Protestant service. Both of these services will be conducted by an officiant in front of your guests. 

If you are looking for something a little more unique, you can opt for a humanist ceremony conducted by either a celebrant or an officiant. This type of ceremony is non-religious and focuses on the couple's love for each other. You can also choose to have a civil ceremony, which a mayor or magistrate conducts. Again, this ceremony is secular and not affiliated with any religion.

Wedding Receptions

There are many breathtaking reception areas at the Hotel, including an outdoor terrace with stunning views of Florence, the city’s skyline, and the surrounding Tuscan hillsides. In addition, various spaces can be transformed indoors to suit your vision, from elegant ballrooms to more comfortable lounge areas.

Whether you’re looking for an intimate setting for close family and friends or a grand venue for a lavish celebration, is sure you'll have the perfect space.

How To Get There

The best way to get to the Villa is by car. However, if you are coming from out of town, you can take a bus to Florence, and then a taxi or Uber to the villa. But if you want a truly unforgettable experience, arrive via the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express. You’ll experience a world of timeless luxury aboard the Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express, making it the most enjoyable way to get to the villa.

If you're looking for a breathtakingly beautiful setting for your wedding, look no further than Villa San Michele.

With its stunning views of the Tuscan countryside and its elegant architecture, it's sure to make your wedding day unforgettable. And with our experienced staff to help with every detail, you can rest assured that your big day will go off without a hitch. So contact us today to start planning your dream wedding.

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Villa San Michele Garden with woman walking and bringing flowers
Table and 2 chairs with breathtaking view at Villa San Michele
The Villa San Michele restaurant with tables set for the wedding
Villa San Michele swimmingpool
Bedroom with renaissance bed, chairs and wardrobe

Planning a wedding in Tuscany is no easy feat. There are so many details to think about, not to mention the seemingly never-ending list of things to do before the big day arrives. One of the biggest things couples struggle with is finding a venue that fits their style and personality.

Luckily, we've done all the research for you and found Palazzo Pfanner in Lucca, Italy. And it’s a showstopper!

Lucca is a city located in the central part of Italy in the Tuscany region. It is about an hour's drive from Florence and Pisa, making it an ideal location for weddings. It's surrounded by medieval walls, which makes it unique and picturesque. But also inspires your imagination to think of all the history and memories created there long before your “I Do’s.”

There’s just something magical about the Tuscany region. 

The Wedding Of A Lifetime: Planning The Perfect Wedding In Lucca.

The Palazzo Pfanner is a beautiful Baroque-style building built in the 17th century. It is one of the most famous and historical buildings in the city. It has a large ballroom and a magnificent staircase. It is the perfect place to have a fairytale wedding in Lucca

If you are looking for a breathtaking and romantic setting for your wedding, look no further than Palazzo Pfanner.

The Palazzo's street-facing front is identical to that of every other building in Lucca. But as soon as you go inside, it's evident that it's genuinely unique.

A view of the nearby Baroque Italian Garden is framed by a series of tall arches on the ceiling of the entrance hall. From this vantage point, you can also see the vast open staircase leading to the second story.

Because of the open layout, even when one is safely inside the walls of the Palazzo, it still feels as though they are outdoors.

The Italian Garden at Palazzo Pfanner is an absolute marvel to stroll through, especially since it's the only one inside the city walls. In the center of the garden is the octagonal pond and fountain, surrounded by allegorical statues of Mercury, Bacchus, Poseidon, and Anfitrite (Poseidon's Wife). 

Palazzo Pfanner Garden view of goddess statues and flowers
High view of Palazzo Pfanner'sItalian Garden

The garden is divided into several walkways, each leading you to a more private area of the park to enjoy and decorated with seasonal flowers. It’s truly a sight to behold and is a beautiful setting for your Tuscany wedding ceremony, reception, and portraits. 

What Is Palazzo Pfanner?

Palazzo Pfanner is a beautiful wedding venue in Italy's heart. This palazzo is the perfect setting for an unforgettable and romantic wedding day. It offers various services to make your wedding day perfect, from catering to flowers to music. They also have a bridal suite where you can prepare for your big day in luxury.

With its grand staircase and entrance hall with arched ceilings, accented with a lovely view of a lavishly lush garden, the courtyard appears to be designed explicitly for hosting festivities.

Essential Facts About Palazzo Pfanner

When it comes to wedding venues, Palazzo Pfanner is truly a hidden gem.

Nestled in the heart of Tuscany, this picturesque venue offers everything you need to make your dream wedding come true. From its stunning architecture and lush gardens to its attentive staff and world-class amenities, is the perfect place to exchange vows and celebrate your love. Here are just a few of the reasons why this venue should be at the top of your list: 

The Venue: First and foremost, the venue itself is absolutely breathtaking. Palazzo Pfanner was built in the 17th century and has been meticulously restored to its original glory. The property features a beautiful outdoor courtyard where you can Exchange vows surrounded by towering cypress trees and an indoor ballroom perfect for hosting your reception. No matter what time of year you choose to get married, it will provide a stunning backdrop for your wedding in Tuscany. 

The Experience: One of our favorite reasons to choose this majestic mansion in Lucca for your wedding is the experience that all will have. We consider weddings at the Palazzo Pfanner as “progressive-style” events. What does this mean? From the moment your guests arrive, they will move around the venue, taking in all the sights, sounds, smells, and history. 

Each room tantalizes the senses with unique artwork, exquisite decor, antique furnishings, and memories - no two rooms are alike, creating a progressive environment.

Because the palace is grand and there is so much to see and absorb, it inspires your guests to progressively move from room to room and wander through the gardens feeling the love and celebration of your special day.

This is a progressive-style wedding venue for those reasons, and the result is an incredibly unforgettable experience. 

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Fountain aith greece gods and flowers at Palazzo Pfanner

Floor Plan Of The Palace

When planning your wedding in this palace, it is essential to know the floor plan. This will help you to plan your wedding ceremony and reception so that everything flows smoothly. The following is a floor plan of the palace:

The big fountain at palazzo Pfanner with greece goddess statues, water splashes and plants

How To Get There

The first step to planning the perfect wedding at Palazzo Pfanner is getting there! The good news is that the venue is located in a very central and convenient location.

Lucca is situated in the Tuscan region of Italy, just a short drive from both Florence and Pisa. If you’re flying into the country, the closest airport is Galileo Galilei Airport, which is about a 45-minute drive from the venue.

Once you’ve arrived in Lucca, getting to the location is a breeze. The venue is right in the city's heart, just a short walk from some of the city’s most popular attractions.

When it comes to planning your wedding day transportation, there are plenty of options available. You can take a private car or limousine or take advantage of the city’s public transportation system.

No matter how you choose to get there, one thing is for sure – this will be the perfect Italian location for your unforgettable wedding day!

What can you expect

After the ceremony, it's time to celebrate! Your guests will enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in the palazzo's gardens before moving inside for dinner and dancing. The reception will be held in one of the palazzo's grand halls, and you'll have a chance to explore all the beautiful rooms during the evening. 

When it's time to say goodbye, you and your guests can be treated to a spectacular firework display over the palazzo. It's sure to be a night you'll never forget!

An Italian Wedding Reception To Remember

If you're looking for a reception venue that will wow your guests, look no further than Palazzo Pfanner. This stunning venue offers exquisite food and wine, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Italian palazzo.

Your guests will be treated to a sumptuous banquet of delicious food and wine; all served in the palazzo's gorgeous dining room. And afterwards, they can enjoy a drink on the terrace overlooking the picturesque city of Lucca.

With its stunning setting, delicious food, and wine, it is sure to make your reception an unforgettable event.

Italy is the country of love, with thousands of wedding venues. But if you’re looking for one that wraps all the beauty of Tuscany, history, unbelievable decor, luxury finishes, and an experience no one will ever forget - Palazzo Pfanner is the best! So if you’re ready to start planning your wedding in Italy give us a call

We’re happy to help you with the biggest and smallest of details. 

Palazzo Pfanner front view
Palazzo Pfanner night view with moon covered by clouds

Photos Credits: Facibeni Fotografia

When it comes to wedding venues, Italy has no shortage of breathtaking locations. But if you’re looking for a truly unique and enchanting setting for your special day, there’s no better place than Hotel Il Salviatino. With its fairy-tale location and luxurious amenities, Hotel Il Salviatino is the perfect venue for a truly once-in-a-lifetime wedding experience.

It’s a naturally beautiful setting for a couple looking for an Italian wedding venue conveniently accessible to Florence that is characterized by classic Italian beauty.

The picturesque 12.5-acre property, which is magically hidden in the Tuscan hills of Fiesole (a quick 10-minute drive from Florence), is full of isolated areas and breathtaking surroundings that are easily adaptable to wedding celebrations of every kind, from small-group get-togethers to using the villa exclusively for extravagant events with up to 250 people.

When selecting Hotel Salviatino for your special occasion, you choose a location where history, nature, strength, beauty, and sophistication coexist. It will be an event to remember. 

Why It’s The Perfect Location for Tuscany Weddings? 

Tuscany is a region with fields reaching the horizon at dusk, wineries, and cypress trees. In addition to art, history, delectable cuisine, and exciting tours, millions of tourists pick the country of Michelangelo and Giotto for their vacations and weddings.

Weddings in Florence are a dream for many couples around the globe. And for a good reason…there are no words that can do justice to the extraordinary beauty of Tuscany and the surrounding areas. It’s just something you have to experience to understand.

This region unites all the variety and splendour you wish to see in Italy. From rolling vineyards to historic estates and villas, majestic mountains, high culture, exquisite cuisine, and unparalleled luxury and service. What’s not to love?

A wedding in Florence is an experience unlike any other, and if an unforgettable, luxury Italian wedding is your dream, Hotel Il Salviatino is the perfect venue.

Facade of the luxury Hotel il Salviatino Florence

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Hotel Il Salviatino Venue Aesthetic

A beautiful and flawlessly preserved 15th-century villa stands boldly on the Fiesole hillside, offering breathtaking views of Florence and the expansive Tuscan countryside. A unique location where the majesty of the scenery and a focus on providing the best service and experience merge. An experience that can't be duplicated and a setting to appreciate and participate in both Florence and Tuscany. 

The ambiance matters most, and the wedding venue il Salviatino delivers on that front, even as the rooms and suites add a dash of contemporary style and some much-appreciated modern comforts (you can guarantee they would have used Nespresso machines if they had existed during the Renaissance.)

The rooms with views of the gardens are beautiful enough, but if you can afford a suite or a room facing the Duomo, you won't regret it. Not only will you enjoy the views, but Hotel Salviatino swiftly rises to truly lavish levels of plushness.

This majestic 15th-century villa rising from the hills of the Maiano hamlet is, in a word, "Paradiso."

Awesome Florence's Duomo view from Hotel Il Salviatino

The Grand House

The grand house, which is only ten minutes by taxi from central Florence, is perfect for those looking for a wedding venue with a historical and luxurious vibe. The walls of this enchanting villa are covered in frescoes painted by Augusto Bruschi, and diffusers emit the scent of Acqua di Fiesole filling the hallways and throughways.

From the moment you enter the property, you’ll be taken back in time, pampered like royalty, and enveloped in luxury. Florence and Il Salviatino are by far one of the best places to “Say I Do.”


The suites and rooms are designed for you to experience sumptuous comfort and luxury. Each is carefully furnished and honors the numerous unique features of the house and its grounds; all suites and rooms are a sophisticated fusion of contemporary technology and regional artisanship.

Each of these suites and rooms offers a complete one-of-a-kind experience thanks to handcrafted genuine Tuscan linen, carefully chosen artwork, and the best leathers. A stay at Hotel Salviatino is beyond compare in a land where luxury has no bounds. Your wedding guests will be awe-inspired.

Everywhere you turn, the details, sights, and scents will delight all of your senses, creating an experience unlike any other. If being whisked away to an awe-inspiring, fairytale land for your wedding is your dream. We’re happy to introduce you to Hotel Il Salviatino - the perfect wedding venue in Florence. 

Hotel Il Salviatino Weddings

When planning a wedding in Florence, there is no doubt you will want a venue that will take your guest's breath away. A setting that envelopes your guests with whimsy, nature, and experiences beyond their imagination.

Why choose Il Salviatino for your luxury Italian wedding?

Wedding Ceremony at Hotel il Salviatino
Wedding Terrace at Il Salviatino

Wedding Ceremony

This is truly a venue that caters to all couples. The grand historical villa offers many different settings for your ceremony and reception.

There are lovely indoor alternatives like the Biblioteca (60 people) or Sala Affresco (40 people), as well as the Belvedere, a private terrace for the most intimate of ceremonies (25 people), and the Terrazza, the wonderful image above, a charming venue for up to 200 guests. Each offers its own unique aesthetic, ambiance, and an unforgettable experience for all. 

The Orto, a naturally inspired vegetable garden setting that makes for the ideal location for an elegant picnic, will delight those looking for a green, nature-filled backdrop. Of course, you can host an after-party in the pool, or perhaps a private BBQ is more your style; no matter what you envision, your wedding team at VB Events can help bring it to life.

From planning the perfect wedding ceremony to carrying out an exquisite culinary experience, Il Salviatino embodies luxury and personalized service.

The grand, historic villa, the venue, and the awe-inspiring view can be designed exclusively for you and your wedding guests. You deserve romance and sophistication on your wedding day, and Il Salviatino emanates both.

Why The Hotel Il Salviatino Is Perfect For Your Wedding

With its beautiful gardens, outdoor terraces, and stylish indoor spaces, Hotel Il Salviatino is the perfect Italy wedding venue for your special day. Whether you are looking for a private and intimate setting for your ceremony or a grand ballroom for your reception, this Florence luxury wedding venue has it all. 

1. Breathtakingly Beautiful Setting 

Hotel Il Salviatino offers breathtaking views of Florence and the surrounding rolling hills atop a hill in the gorgeous Tuscan countryside. The hotel is just a short drive from the city center, making it the perfect location for a destination wedding.

The property features beautiful gardens, fountains, and sculptures, making it a truly stunning setting for your wedding ceremony and reception. For a truly unique experience, if dream of a catholic marriage you can even get married in the hotel’s private chapel.

Your eyes will feast on historic architecture and art, ancient decor, and an ambiance that will never be forgotten. 

2. The Food is Out of This World 

One of the many reasons Hotel Il Salviatino is such a popular wedding venue in Italy is its outstanding food. The hotel’s executive chef creates exquisite dishes using only the freshest ingredients from the hotel’s gardens.

You and your guests will be treated to a gastronomic experience unlike any other. And with wine being produced on-site, you can be sure that your wedding will have world-class wines to match the food.

3. You Will Feel Like Royalty 

When you stay at Hotel Il Salviatino, you’ll be treated like royalty from the moment you arrive. The staff goes above and beyond to ensure your every need is taken care of, so you can relax and enjoy your stay and wedding event.

The rooms are spacious and luxuriously appointed, and the grounds are simply beautiful. With its five-star services and amenities, is the perfect place to celebrate your wedding in style.

4. An Unforgettable Experience 

Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, so you want to ensure it’s everything you’ve ever dreamed of. In this spectacular venue, you’ll enjoy a progressive experience because every room is unique and filled with ancient history and luxury. 

So, as you and your wedding guests move through the property and grand villa, the wedding experience comes to life. No two guests will have the same experience or remember the exact details, which ultimately makes your wedding the event of the century-one no one can ever forget.  

We will work with you to customize every aspect of your wedding, from the menu to the décor, to ensure that it reflects your unique style and vision.

If you’re looking for a truly magical setting for your wedding, look no further than Hotel Il Salviatino. Contact us today to start planning your dream wedding in Italy.

night party with all guests at Hotel Il Salviatino
Hotel Il Salviatino ancient wooden library

Photos Credits: David Bastianoni

Choosing the perfect venue for your Italian wedding is never easy, especially with the myriad choices this wonderful country has to provide. There's a wide range of options, including castles, wedding villas in Italy, renowned 5-star hotels, and everything in between. You can tie the knot in Tuscany, Lake Como, Umbria, the Amalfi Coast, and the islands.

Italy is rich in history with a diverse range of natural settings, including the sea, mountains, lakes, and hills, as well as a large subset of villages and cities with a rich artistic past. Apart from this, Italy is also known for its pleasant weather, delectable cuisine, and excellent wine. This is why Italy has always been synonymous with exceptional quality, beauty, and fulfilling life!

Here are some of the top luxury wedding villas in Italy:

Lake Como

The Lake Como is your ideal wedding location: a stunning location brimming with unmistakable romantic charm. Legendary Lake Como is one of the most sought-after locations for luxury weddings due to its breathtaking scenery, warm weather, delectable cuisine, and outstanding wine.

1. Villa Balbiano

Rising from the western shore of Lake Como, Villa Balbiano is one of the best wedding villas in Italy. Built at the end of the 16th century, this gorgeous villa is steeped in history, rich with architectural wonders, and has a private boat dock and majestic gardens. Your guests will marvel at the luxurious interior of the Villa Balbiano featuring the finest art and furniture of age-old centuries, making it the perfect place for a chic day of love and joy. 

As one of our favorite luxury Italian villas, Villa Balbiano offers sunny wedding ceremonies, incredible experiences, and romantic reception cuisine in addition to its well-maintained lakeside lawns and English-inspired private gardens.

Facade of luxury wedding Villa Balbiano

2. Villa Balbianello

This world-famous Italian venue has hosted elite weddings and fashion photo shoots and has even been the backdrop for movies such as James Bond and Star Wars. So, if your dream is to have a luxury, celebrity-style wedding, the Villa Balbianello is for you. 

This Italian villa wedding venue is situated on a peninsula in the Lenno neighborhood, which dominates Lake Como on all sides. The villa's tiered grounds offer spectacular views of the western shore of Lake Como and Isola Comacina, making it the ideal setting for picture-perfect wedding portraits.

Couples and visitors can fully appreciate its splendor because this villa can only be reached by boat. Villa Balbianello is one of the most picturesque wedding venues since it features unparalleled lake views from every angle.

Beautiful scenery and gardens combine to create a truly magnificent event.

Villa Balbianello Luxury wedding villa in Italy

3. Villa Erba

Villa Erba is a charming location for an exclusive wedding day because of its location right on the water. If you’re searching for villas to get married in Italy, the Villa Erba is sure to steal your heart. Outdoor symbolic rituals can be held on the lawn by the lake or directly in front of the Villa. Large groups may be accommodated by building a platform over the pier to create a spacious place for the ceremony just above the water.

Also located on the South Shore of Lake Como, Villa Erba is rich in history, full of luxury, and offers unparalleled service. Villa Erba is a charming location for an exclusive wedding day because of its location right on the ocean. Outdoor symbolic rituals can be held on the lawn by the lake or directly in front of the Villa. Large groups may be accommodated by building a platform over the peer to create a spacious place for the ceremony just above the water.

Villa Erba is the perfect location for one-of-a-kind Italian weddings and celebrations. This timeless Italian villa wedding venue is renowned for its exceptional waterfront location, vast botanical garden, and exquisitely furnished rooms; you won’t be disappointed.

Beautiful facade of Villa Erba from Como Lake

Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast, along with Tuscany, is one of the most well-liked regions in Italy for destination weddings. This is due to the region's breathtaking scenery and the abundance of venues with spectacular views ideal for a perfect ceremony and reception, including opulent hotels and private villas that look out over the Mediterranean Sea's deep blue waters and dramatic cliffsides.

The Amalfi Coast is perfect for weddings and will undoubtedly provide an unforgettable experience. 

4. Caruso, a Belmond Hotel, Amalfi Coast

What little girl doesn’t dream of getting married in a palace? Perched between the impossibly blue mediterranean sea and sky sits this incredible 11th-century palace - Caruso, A Belmond Hotel. It is a majestic home straight out of a fairy tale, with historic frescoes and high ceilings interacting with a modern Italian flare.

Ravello is renowned as a supreme romantic getaway and is among the most prestigious wedding locations in the world. This Italian villa wedding venue, Caruso Belmond Hotel has hosted countless weddings and celebrations, each unique in its particular tale and the perfect location for romance scenes. The setting is ideal, with views stretching across the enticing Amalfi coastline and the soft aroma of fragrant lemons in the air.

Stunning view of mediterranean sea from Caruso Belmond Luxury Hotel

Photo: David Bastianoni Studio

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5. Palazzo Avino

Tucked away in the historic medieval hilltop village of Ravello, perched high on the majestic cliffs, 1,000 ft. above the sparkling Mediterranean sea, Palazzo Avino overlooks the coast’s most picturesque and charming fishing villages. With the most vibrant blue waters, rugged cliffsides, and views that seem endless, Palazzo Avino is a beautiful luxury wedding venue in Italy. 

One of Revello's most recognizable hotels, Palazzo Avino, is distinguished by its pink terracotta walls, lush floral decor, and clifftop vistas. The five-star premium hotel features a Michelin-starred restaurant, an outdoor heated pool, over thirty rooms, and ten suites. It also has a sun terrace with a whirlpool. 

The Palazzo Avino is an exceptional Italian wedding villa providing five-star service; if you want an Italian wedding with awe-inspiring views and an unforgettable experience, host your wedding at the Palazzo Avino.  

Palazzo Avino luxury wedding villa in Italy


Puglia weddings are ideal for couples that value picturesque settings with an off-the-beaten-path vibe. Puglia is the perfect destination for those who appreciate effortless style because of the relaxed pace of life, friendly natives, clean air, and delicious cuisine. The Southern Italian area of Apulia is attractive and has a lot to offer tourists because of its rich culture, history, tradition, cuisine, and spirituality.

6. Masseria San Giovanni

The Masseria San Giovanni is another stunning wedding villa in Italy that will astound your guests. It's the ideal beach wedding location in Italy because it's surrounded by stretches of old olive trees in the Itria Valley and is close to the magnificent Adriatic beaches of Savelletri and Torre Canne. 

The Masseria San Giovanni is stunning, white-washed with 15 bedrooms, incredible views, and the cutest little chapel. 

The wonderful ambience that permeates the estate leaves an indelible emotional impact on every event held at Masseria San Giovanni. 

Wonderful facade of white Masseria San Giovanni in Puglia, Italy

7. Masseria Don Luigi

In Puglia, Italy, Masseria Don Luigi is a historic 19th-century villa with lovely surroundings ideal - perfect for a spectacular wedding.

At the Masseria Don Luigi, take pleasure in the wedding to end all weddings. The Don Luigi has been renovated, becoming an opulent, upscale resort with traditional Apulian squared architecture. Get pampered by the staff and spend time with your nearest and dearest while enjoying the surroundings and rustic charm.

Luxury Wedding Masseria Don Luigi Villa

8. Masseria Torre Maizza

Among the most stunning wedding villas in Italy, located on the Adriatic coast of Italy, Masseria Torre Maizza, a former farmhouse that has been transformed into a haven, is surrounded by centuries-old olive orchards and a vast, lush garden. Masseria Torre Maizza is a divine resort where you may hold your southern Italian wedding since it marries rustic Italian charm with laid-back contemporary luxury.

Torre Maizza, a wondeful white wedding villa in Italy


Rome, the capital of Italy, is one of the world's most stunning and captivating cities. The city has a significant artistic tradition. In addition, numerous national monuments make for lovely photos and ceremony settings. As a result, Rome has become a popular location for destination weddings.

9. Castello Odescalchi

The Odescalchi castle in Santa Marinella provides the couple with a stunning location for a memorable wedding. On one side of this magnificent property is the Mediterranean garden, framed by palm trees and pines, and on the other side is the breathtaking sea, which can be seen from the castle's terraces. The castle, an ancient princely palace separated into various surroundings, is in the center and provides for the ideal planning of your wedding.

Luxury Wedding in Italy Castello Odescalchi

10. Villa Clara

A renowned Italian architect named Foschini constructed this Roman villa in the 1920s. It has been transformed into a luxurious stately home today, with golden and marble mosaics and a beautiful collection of artwork around the property. Along with the meticulously maintained garden, visitors may delight in the rooftop terrace, which features a jacuzzi, a dining area, and 360-degree views of Rome.

Villa Clara, a historic mansion that stands alone in the center of Rome close to Villa Borghese, is a hidden gem that raises the bar for luxury lodging in the area. This location is ideal for small weddings and parties because it includes four suites in addition to the gorgeous living room and dining room and a rooftop patio.

Front view of wedding Villa Clara in Rome

11. Villa Aurelia

The gorgeous classic structure known as Villa Aurelia, ideal for elegant wedding receptions, is perched in a commanding location above the old city of Rome. With the option to choose your vendors, this place is one of the perfect villas to get married in Italy. Villa Aurelia enables you to design your distinctive, individual wedding celebrations. In addition, the exquisite grounds, which include lovely terraces, a lemon grove, and a private garden, are available for outdoor symbolic weddings.

Facade of gorgeous classic structured Villa Aurelia in Rome Italy

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Sicily is yet another fantastic place that brilliantly combines Italian and Mediterranean culture. With a wide array of venues and numerous transport and lodging alternatives for your guests, this is one of the best locations in Italy to tie the knot, regardless of your budget or wedding aspirations.

12. Grand Hotel Timeo, a Belmond Hotel, Taormina

The Grand Hotel Timeo Villa in Sicily makes weddings a dream come true. It will undoubtedly be a stunning occasion, whether it is a religious service in the Taormina church, a civil wedding at the town hall, or a blessing in our rich Italian gardens. Your wedding will be custom-made to your requirements, ensuring that every last aspect is just as you envisioned. 

Grand Hotel Timeo, a Belmond Hotel, Taormina Sicily


Foreigners that travel to this lovely nation have long been drawn in by the colourful Tuscan countryside bathed by warm sunshine and the grandeur of its terrain. There are many classic countryside villas and trattorias in the Tuscan countryside near Florence. This makes it a popular location for Italian weddings and the ideal setting for a rustic celebration.

13. Borgo Santo Pietro

A five-star boutique hotel called Borgo Santo Pietro is situated right in the middle of the Tuscan countryside, not far from Siena. The countryside villa contains a variety of rooms, each of which is distinct and designed using the warm, rich hues of the area. If you are planning a wedding in Tuscany Villas, Borgo Santo Pietro can range from small, private gatherings to significant, formal events with up to 100 guests.

Italian wedding Villa Borgo Santo Pietro surrounded by green trees and gardens

14. Palazzo Pfanner

The historical and well-known Palazzo is famous amongst all Lucca lovers. The wedding in Villa Florence dates back to the 15th century and has maintained the elegance of bygone centuries. The Italian-style garden makes a perfect setting for pictures. In contrast, the interior halls decorated with original frescoes and antique furniture make it a romantic countryside villa backdrop for a wedding reception. It is ideal for weddings with up to 110 guests.

Palazzo Pfanner facade

15. Villa San Michele, a Belmond Hotel, Florence

If you desire a luxurious wedding in a Tuscany villa, Villa San Michele is the perfect location because of its renaissance romance. This former monastery, perched in classic Italian gardens with a view of the Florence cityscape, will captivate you. Additionally, a professional team can customize your wedding in Villa Florence to ensure your special day is all you envisioned.

Whether planning a wedding in Tuscany villas, a wedding in Villa Florence, a countryside villa wedding, a romantic getaway under the Puglia sun, or a whimsical celebration near beautiful Lake Como, Italy's a unique wedding locale. Italy has long been a popular destination for couples looking to wed abroad due to its abundance of ancient history, world-renowned cuisine, breathtaking beauty, and, let’s not forget about the wine. 

High view of wedding Villa San Michele in Florence

These are not all the choices VB Events has to offer! So if you are in search of other destination wedding venues, get in contact with our wedding planners!

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If you’re looking for a unique and unforgettable place for your wedding, Italy is it! It’s a place where even one visit is not enough because of its stunning natural scenery, delectable cuisine and wine, art, and fashion.

You will undoubtedly return for more of its velvety tiramisu, bubbly melting cheese on a fresh pizza, and smooth cold taste of gelato, but it’s not just about the food. Italy has the most breathtaking scenery you could ever imagine.

From cobblestone streets, historic cathedrals, scenic vineyards, beaches, finest Italian wedding villas and venues, it’s the best place to tie the knot. So when you want to create a “wedding experience” that’s unforgettable, you need an area that has it all - and Italy is it!

With a Catholic wedding in Italy, you’ll experience Venice's perfect Instagram filter-like golden glow, the elegant style of Roman boutiques, sunlight splattered across olive trees, and its delicious foods.

These are just a handful of the numerous explanations for why Italy is the best wedding location. So, we’ve put together this helpful guide to help you plan your Catholic wedding in Italy.

Italian Catholic Wedding Traditions You Should Know

Italy is recognized as the country of love, from the seductive sound of water lapping against the walls of Venice's medieval palazzi to the seductive aroma of citrus blossoms in Sicily. To keep things traditional, you should be familiar with the most common Catholic wedding traditions. 

Long-standing practices abound in Catholic wedding traditions, but they go well beyond reciting a few verses from the Bible and having a priest officiating. Thankfully, a lot of Roman Catholic wedding customs are generally known. With the help of this guide, you'll know what to anticipate while planning your Roman Catholic destination wedding. Here are just a few Catholic wedding traditions in Italy.

Wedding Date

Fridays are rarely used for weddings in Italy since it is said that on this day, evil spirits are formed, and being married on a Friday will only bring you bad luck. The best day to get married is Sunday since it is considered lucky and represents fertility and prosperity.

Good Luck

In many Italian weddings, the bride and the groom will take every precaution to ensure that the union is blessed with good fortune. The groom must have a tiny bit of iron in his pocket to ward off evil spirits. And to bring in luck, the bride will make a little rip in her veil.

First Look

We’re not talking about the first look where the couple sees each other before the ceremony…In some Italian areas, the bride is not permitted to look in the mirror before the wedding. Wow! Now that’s an interesting tradition. But luckily, she can take a peek if she takes off a glove or shoe first. 

No White

You’ve probably heard the wedding tradition where no one can (or should) wear white to a wedding. This Catholic wedding tradition will probably last forever, so yes! Even if the bride isn’t wearing white, tradition states no guest should wear white to an Italian wedding. 

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The Bridal Bouquet

In Italy, the groom is expected to pay for the bride's bouquet as his final gift to his sweetheart before she becomes his wife. The groom must pay for the floral arrangement and ensure that it is brought to the bride on the wedding day; she can choose the flowers and colors the groom must pay for it. 

Catholic Marriage Certificate

The newlyweds receive a Catholic marriage certificate as proof that their union was "solemnized" (a ceremony occurred). That’s it! It’s just one document that is needed to complete the requirements for a “legal Catholic marriage.” But, for a private catholic wedding, only getting a Catholic marriage license is insufficient. In most locations, you must still obtain a formal marriage license from the town hall or registrar's office before the wedding.

Catholic Marriage Requirements

A Catholic wedding ceremony differs significantly from a traditional wedding in many ways. Therefore, couples embarking on this magnificent, sacred journey must be aware of the traditions and rules of this type of religious ceremony.

Contrary to most other weddings, Catholic marriages may call for extensive pre-marriage counselling with a priest, the completion of specific paperwork, and even participation in specific church functions.

You may believe that the typical Catholic marriage preparations take a month or even a few months, but many churches have a long waiting time of up to several months! Here are some of the Catholic marriage requirements for your wedding in Italy.

Church Ceremony

Most of the time, a Catholic wedding must take place within a church. The couple must feel close to God throughout the ceremony because it is unique and sacred. Hence the ceremony shouldn't be held somewhere else, like by the beach or in a vineyard.

If you dream of an outdoor venue for your wedding, we’re sorry, but for a Catholic wedding in Italy, you’ll have to skip that in favour of a blessed church wedding. Also, remember that Catholic wedding ceremonies do not have custom vows written by the couple; instead, the priest will recite traditional vows, and the couple repeats them.

Inside church bench with flowers for a Catholic Wedding In Italy

The Interview

The first step toward walking down the aisle is often for the couple planning to get married to schedule an appointment with the priest before Pre-Cana (or pre-wedding). If you decide to get married in a Catholic church, many parts of your wedding may change, including your clothing, your bridal party, and the locations, so consult your parish priest as soon as possible.

Prenuptial Investigation

The canonical interview may be followed immediately or accompanied by a church investigation. According to the church, the goal of this study is to determine how prepared you and your spouse are for marriage. Divorce is still not encouraged!

Following the initial consultation, a couple will go through the Prenuptial Investigation, a one-on-one discussion with a priest conducted under oath. The investigation aims to determine how well they comprehend marriage's four fundamental [tenets]: that you join into it voluntarily, that it is a lifetime commitment, that it is exclusive, and that it is open to children.

Required Documents For Church Weddings Abroad In Italy

Different churches may have other requirements for marriage. Many will need documentation of confirmation, communion, and baptism. You can ask the individual church where you received the sacraments for a copy because most churches keep records of attendance at these ceremonies. Don't worry if that's not achievable. Many priests will accept two witness affidavits for each sacrament.

Catholic Wedding Pre-Cana

When planning a beautiful catholic wedding in Italy, you must do the Pre-Cana. Couples will go through Pre-Cana, the church's mandated program for marriage preparation, after completing their paperwork. The Pre-Cana program may have a variety of criteria, depending on the diocese, including many sessions with a priest, attendance at a required event like a conference or retreat, and more active participation in church activities.

The sessions with a priest make up the majority of Pre-Cana. In addition to providing guidance on what the church teaches about marriage, during these hour-long counseling sessions, couples will be questioned about existing and potential problems in their union, such as how to handle money, how to deal with potential in-laws, how to behave in public or any other issue that might be impeding faithfulness or fulfilling one's role as a spouse.

Before continuing with the marriage preparation, the priest has the right to suggest a session with a psychologist to address specific difficulties if he discovers any "impediments" to marriage or carrying out the spousal function.

Getting Married In A Catholic Church

While getting married in a Catholic church in Italy may require a few extra steps, the experience and the memories will be worth it. But, if you feel like the process seems too much to handle on your own, hire a wedding planner. They will help keep you on track and on budget and make sure nothing that is required is missed. They are worth every penny spent, especially when you're getting married abroad. 

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Outside church door with flowers for a Catholic Wedding In Italy

Catholic Destination Wedding Italy

A Catholic destination wedding in Italy is most likely the most unforgettable wedding you’ll ever experience. From the incredibly majestic natural scenery, culinary delights, rich culture, history, traditions, and of course, the memories you’ll create, it all sums up to be the best wedding ever.

And if you’re planning to have your wedding in Italy, be sure to hire a wedding planner to help you put all the pieces together. 

There are thousands of fantastic wedding locations in Italy. So, whether you are getting married in a Catholic church, on the Amalfi Coast, in Venice, in Rome, in a church, at a vineyard, or on the beach, the memories you’ll create with your forever love and family will be cherished forever!

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With wedding planning stress now a standard part of almost any couple's pre-wedding activities, the process has developed its own set of best practices. All those Pinterest boards and blog posts have left us with a variety of tips to keep things from getting too hectic. But still,l so many couples seem to struggle with the stress of wedding planning on relationships. 

Just about anyone who has planned a wedding can tell you that it's not precisely easygoing. That's why we're here to help! So, if you're feeling the stress from all things wedding, don't panic! We know better than anyone how much work goes into planning the perfect day, but that doesn't mean it can't and shouldn't be fun as well. So, to help you tackle how to plan a wedding without stress, we put together this helpful guide. 

8 Ways to Deal with Wedding Planning Stress and Keep Your Sanity

When you're planning a wedding, every little detail can feel like an insane amount of pressure. The potential stressors are endless—and they all add up to one giant nerve-wracking experience. And while all this pressure can bring out the worst in us (yelling at your mom or bawling your eyes out during a stressful moment doesn't exactly qualify as "normal" behaviour), it's also the type of situation where we grow as people and learn about ourselves.

So, as challenging as wedding planning can be, it also can strengthen your relationships and help you discover new things about yourself. It is, after all, a labour of love that is worth putting in the work. 

The Most Stressful Part Of Wedding Planning

Ok, we're going to be totally transparent here…the most stressful part of wedding planning is different for everyone. No two people will experience wedding planning the same way, which is why what makes it stressful will differ.

For some, it might be the logistics of finding the right venue or the budgeting aspects of the process. For others, it might be the emotional aspects of wedding planning, such as deciding on the guest list or choosing your vows.

Engagement ring shopping could be the most stressful part of wedding planning for some, and this can be due to several factors. For example, maybe you don't have much experience with jewellery, or perhaps you have a lot of pressure from friends and family to spend a certain amount of money on the ring. 

And yet, for others, the most stressful part of wedding planning might be picking out the invitations or decorations for the reception. 

Maybe you have a lot of friends or family who want to be a bridesmaid or groomsman, making this part of wedding planning feel highly stressful.

It's ok! Your love story is unique, and your wedding planning experience will be as well. And although you may receive some flack from friends and family for being so stressed, it's your wedding, and you want it to be perfect.

So, it's ok to stress–sometimes. However, what isn't healthy is to stress yourself to the point of illness or ruining relationships, so that's why you're here!

With these helpful tips, you can ease through and eliminate the stress of wedding planning on relationships.

wedding table with awesome view

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How To Counteract Wedding Planning Stress

Set Realistic Expectations For Yourself

The first step in wedding planning is setting realistic expectations.

This can seem like an obvious thing to do, but it's so easy to get swept up in the planning process and lose sight of what's realistic. You and your partner must set expectations for yourselves, both financially and timeline-wise.

While there are some things you can control (like the types of flowers you want to use or the floor plan of the reception hall), there are also plenty of things you can't control (weather, other people's availability, vendors' schedules, etc.).

It's important to remember that nothing will ever be perfect, and trying to make it that way can drive you crazy. So, sit down and make a list of everything you want to include in the wedding, and then another list of all the things you can't control. Then, cross-reference the two to see if there are any possible conflicts or issues that arise.

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Don't Be Afraid To Ask For Help.

One of the best ways to get through wedding planning is to ask for help. This can involve asking your family and friends for help with things like sending out invitations or hosting a shower, or even hiring a wedding planner to help ease some of the burdens off your plate.

While wedding planners are priceless, they do add another layer of complexity to the planning process, so you'll want to make sure you find one that you're comfortable with and that you can trust. 

Hiring a wedding planner can be a lifesaver.

First, you just want to make sure that you select a wedding planner whose style you love, understands your vision, and blends well with your personality. Planning your wedding should be a fun and memorable experience, and having a talented wedding planner can help you achieve that. 

Stress Of Wedding Planning On Relationships

Wedding planning is often considered as being one of the most stressful times of a couple's relationship. With so many expectations placed on the couple to throw the "perfect" wedding, many couples go into wedding planning with unrealistic expectations for themselves and each other. 

This pressure can cause stress in the relationship, both between the two of you and with your family and friends. To avoid letting wedding planning stress impact your relationship, make sure you're communicating with each other and keeping each other in the loop on everything that's happening. And if possible, set aside some alone time to help reconnect with each other after a stressful day.

In any relationship, it's always essential that you have open lines of communication, understand each other's strengths, and know when to shut things off for some one-on-one time. Finding time for date nights and designating a no-fly zone where anything wedding planning related is off limits can be the key to keeping love alive. And, of course, it will also help to lower wedding planning stress.  

How To Deal With Wedding Planning Stress

Create A Breathing Space

When all the stress of wedding planning starts to feel overwhelming, create a breathing space for yourself. This can be something as simple as taking a few minutes to sit and breathe, or it can be something more complex like meditating, getting a massage, or going to a yoga class. 

Do something that allows you to slow down and take a break from wedding planning for a few minutes. This will help bring you back to reality and give you a fresh perspective on what's important. This can also be a great thing to do with your partner if you both feel like you need a little extra help dealing with the stress.

Be Flexible And Be Ready To Adapt

Something that will help you get through wedding planning without losing your mind is being as flexible as possible. This means not having rigid ideas about how things have to be done and being open to changing your plans if they're not going well. You can't control everything, and you and your partner can't expect everything to go perfectly the way you imagined. 

So, be prepared to roll with the punches and be open to adapting when things don't go according to plan. It's also important to be flexible with your family members' expectations

While you and your partner might be the ones getting married, you can't control their reactions or what they need from you.

So, try to be open and flexible with them, too, and remember that everything takes time. Getting married is a huge thing, and it's going to take a lot of time and effort to pull off. And remember, a wedding planner can help! They can be the intermediate between you and vendors or you and the family. Trust us; they're worth their weight in gold. 

Take Time To Care For Yourself Physically And Emotionally

Sometimes, wedding planning can cause us to forget to take time to care for ourselves, and it's easy to get caught up in the moment and lose track of what's important.

To avoid this, make it a point to schedule some time to do things that are important to you, like girls' or boys' night out, shopping, going to the doctor or dentist, getting your nails done, or even finding time to exercise and eat well (assuming you have the funds to do so). 

You're under a lot of pressure and stress, so you must take care of yourself. And often, when we're stressed out, we tend to push people away and make impulsive decisions or engage in self-defeating behaviours.

This can include things like drinking too much or smoking, or it can even mean letting things in your relationship get to the point of being abusive. To combat this, make sure you're getting enough sleep and spending time with friends who support you and make you happy.

Florence Church view

How To Plan A Wedding Without Stress

As with most things in life, the best way to deal with wedding planning is to make sure you have a healthy balance of managing your emotions and expectations and putting in the time and effort to get everything done. One of the best ways to start this process is by making a timeline. 

This can be as simple as writing down a list of everything that needs to happen (or needs to be decided on) during the planning process when it needs to be done and checking it off once it's been completed.

The to-do list is real during wedding planning, and it's an ongoing, evolving part of the planning process.

As one to-do list gets completed, there will be another one that gets started. It's a great way to keep you organized, on track, and on budget. And trust us, the incredible feeling you'll get by "checking off each item" is absolutely rewarding. 

Before you slide into the rabbit hole of wedding planning stress, understand that there are easy ways to ease the stress and enjoy this experience with your fiancé. With these helpful tips, it should be enjoyable and lessen the stress of wedding planning.

We think your engagement should be a joyful and inspiring experience, and the key to that is putting your health (and sanity!) first in the process.

Is planning your wedding bringing constant stress? Don't you even have time to enjoy this wonderful moment? We are here for you!

Call now, we will help you plan every step of your wedding in total harmony and without stress. Enjoy the whole journey, not just the destination.

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