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Weddings in Verona

Weddings in Verona

The City of Eternal Love!

Verona is a beautiful city to choose for your Wedding in Italy, not just because of the romantic connection with Romeo & Juliet.
The balcony of Juliet is now available for Weddings. Visitors to Verona can now get married on the balcony thought to have been immortalised inShakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Verona is renowned for its elegant boutiques, Piazza Erbe with its colourful market, the pink-tinged palazzi made of the local limestone and Castelvecchio with its views of the river.


Civil weddings in Verona

are celebrated in:

Sala Arazzi of the stunning Palazzo Barbieri, the council house of Verona directly on the famous Piazza Brà, opposite to the Arena.
The ceremonies are performed in a beautiful frescoed room from Thursday to Saturday morning.

Guarienti Hall, with beautiful frescos and an ancient fireplace,  located in the cloister of the former monastery of the Friars Minor, considered the place where they were married romero and juliet, and where, the dark crypt under the church, their troubled love story had its tragic epilogue.
Wedding are celebrated from Thursday to Saturday in the morning from 09.00 to 13.00 hrs.

Juliet’s House, the very place where Romeo and Juliet first met. The Medieval residence, beautifully restored at the beginning of twentieth century, features a beautiful internal facade made of exposed bricks, a Gothic portal, mullioned windows, and of course, the world famous balcony. In the courtyard you’ll find the delicate Juliet’s bronze statue.
Wedding are celebrated at Juliet’s Grave, from Thursday to Saturday morning


Bespoke Wedding Ideas to add to the wedding Day
We all know that it is the little touches that really make the difference, so let us help you make your dreams come true.
Your ideas and our expertize, we can create your perfect day.
Get Together
Are you inviting friends and family that have not had the privilege of meeting each other?
Maybe guests are travelling from different parts of the country.
Then why not arrange a pre-wedding get together. This will give you the chance to get everyone together and get to know each other before the big day.
When the day finally arrives, your guests will know a few more familiar faces and the ice will already be broken.
Everyone knows each other already?
Then maybe arrange a post-wedding get-together.
The perfect way to spend time with friends and family and keep the celebrations of your special day going after the event.