Wedding ceremonies in Venice
Among the narrow alleys of the old town, you can still find remnants of the Venice glorious past as a cosmopolitan centre of culture, trade and religion. It’s for this reason that is not difficult to organise any kind of wedding ceremony in Venice in ancient noble palaces, jewish sinagogues or old churches of different religions.
From the old jewish ghetto where you can have a traditional jewish ceremony, to the protestant and orthodox ceremonies; from the civil ceremony which is legally valid also for foreign couples, to symbolic ceremonies.
Civil weddings in Venice usually takes place at Palazzo Cavalli, one of the most beautiful venue in the city. Owned by the Venice town hall, every year this XVI building hosts weddings for couples coming from all over the world. It is situated in one of the historical areas of Venice, facing the Grand Canal and very […]
A catholic wedding ceremony in one of the many churches in Venice is the perfect way to make your wedding day unforgettable as well as discover the city’s long history of faith, art and architecture. At the same time, you will find a surprising Venice made of secret places and hidden jewels which can be […]
Symbolic weddings in Venice are ideal for those couples who do not wish to fill in all the paperwork necessary for a civil wedding in Italy. A few basic details every couple considering of having a symbolic ceremony should know: A symbolic wedding is no legally binding and spouses have the freedom to personalize the […]
The jewish ghetto in Venice is one old the oldest in the world and it still preserves a unique atmosphere which makes it the ideal place to organise a jewish wedding ceremony. You can celebrate your jewish wedding in one of the 5 stunning sinagogues dated back to the XVI century. Each of them has its own architectural features, size […]