Tuscany is a magical place to choose for your wedding, a region that offers a historical, cultural and environmental heritage like no other. Art and nature merge both in the cultural cities, such as Florence, Siena, San Gimigliano and in the green Tuscan hills where you can admire meadows, vineyards, rows of cypress trees with an ancient castle or a medieval village in the background.
The Tuscany region has a thousand faces, colours, scents and flavours. The extraordinary variety of landscape, the immense artistic and cultural patrimony, make Tuscany the emblem and the synthesis of Italy.
This beautiful City will allow you to feel the medieval and Renaissance atmosphere throughout your stay. Beautiful buildings such as Palazzo Vecchio and Squares such as Piazza Della Signoria will be the right surroundings for your Tuscany located wedding. Florence contains an exceptional artistic patrimony, glorious testimony to its secular civilization. Experimental science. Florence is a dramatic setting for Weddings in Italy and exclusive services can be arranged to make your Italian wedding a special event.
Civil weddings in Florence are performed in the magnificent Red Hall (‘Sala Rossa’) at Palazzo Vecchio,
Red Hall (‘Sala Rossa’) at Palazzo Vecchio, Florence’s beautiful Town Hall, a sumptuous hall with elegant period furnishing where Florentine personalities have exchanged their love vows from the time of the early Renaissance.
Sala consiliare Villa Vogel - Villa Vogel, via delle Torri 23 - a fantastic Renaissance structure surrounded by a large tree-lined park
Sala della Carità - Museo Bardini, via dei Renai 37 - which houses hundreds of thousands of works of various origins and nature
Giardino delle Rose (Rose Garden)- Viale Giuseppe Poggi 2 - a fabulous terrace garden built in the second half of the 19th century with breath-taking panorama.
Monumental Complex of Santa Maria Novella - piazza Santa Maria Novella - in the premises of the former Infirmary
For Religious Ceremony you can choose from many historical churches located in the heart of Florence and also in the surrounding areas.
Listing them all is impossible, these are only a small part and the best known
Santa Maria del Fiore, in the heart of Florence, know for the dome designed by Filippo Brunelleschi and the Bell Tower of Giotto
St Mark’s ‘English’ Church, an Anglican church chaplaincy of the Church of England in the Diocese in Europe
Church of Borgo Ognissanti, a Franciscan church, in the small piazza of the same name
Santa Croce, with colourful Carrara marble facade, a place certainly fascinating
The Basilica of San Lorenzo, the oldest church of Florence, with vaguely melancholic atmosphere.
St. James Episcopal church, in the centre of Florence, a beautiful Anglican church.
.. and many intimate country chapels on the hills surrounding the centre with breathtaking views on Florence
Florence is home to one of the most important Jewish Synagogues in Europe; dates back to the end of the 19th century.
One of Italy’s best preserved medieval towns, located in the heart of Tuscany. Siena, built on three hills and surrounded by well preserved walls, is filled with fine examples of Gothic architecture and has one of the world’s most unique piazzas - il Campo - (shaped like a shell with scalloped edges). Of course, the world-famous Palio is an important part of Sienese identity, history and culture. To fully discover and appreciate all that Siena offers, one should visit the city for more than a just a few days. Siena makes an excellent base for other excursions in Tuscany, as it is not far from charming towns such as San Gimignano, Pienza, and towns world famous for wine, such as Montalcino and Montepulciano. You can find information about these places as well, on this site.
Civil Wedding in Sienne are celebrated in the worldwide famous Piazza del Campo home of the famous Palio (horse race).
Sala Del Concistoro
Piazza del Campo - Siena
S.Gimignano is a Tuscan small town, with its ancient history, the people and the old traditions; moreover it offers the opportunity to organize his own vacation, choosing the most appropriate accommodations, the most original restaurant or advertising the typical products through the various artisan shops.
Civil Wedding in San Gimignano are performed In the Medieval Palazzo del Popolo located in the main square of the town in Historical Dante’s Hall. The entrance of the Palace is decorated with medieval frescoes depicting the wedding of a young couple. It is a very exclusive wedding Venue.
Catholic ceremonies can take place in the beautiful centrally located church. The ancient hill town has its symbolic in the incredible towers outlined against the blue sky of Tuscany.
Town Hall - Sala Dante
Piazza del Duomo, 2 - S.Gimignano
Piazza del Duomo – San Gimignano
In Valdelsa, one of the most scenic landscapes of Tuscany to the gentle hills edged with cypress trees, castles and towers, Certaldo draws the unmistakable profile of the perched village of rosseggiante brick. Located on the border between the province of Florence, which is the southernmost town, and Siena, almost equidistant from the two cities (about 40 Km), look to the east of the Chianti Mountains to the west and the hills between San Gimignano and Volterra
Civil wedding in Certaldo are celebrated in the beautiful Palazzo Pretorio a 13th charming building. The ceremony can take place in the outdoor courtyard.
Via Boccaccio - Certaldo