Destination weddings are hotter than ever and Italy wedding venues are at the top of the list as best places to get married.
Why? Maybe it’s that exciting feeling that you get when you know you’ve just landed somewhere exotic, where people speak a different language, and everything has a different vibe.
It just comes naturally to think that when you're abroad an experience, holiday or wedding, is going to be a memorable one.
With the right info, deciding on what Italy wedding venue to choose for you is uncomplicated and easily done.
Factors to take into consideration:
Decide what your budget is going to be.
Keep in mind all the different factors that contribute to the overall cost of your wedding:
~ venue hire, number of guests, catering, production, flowers, travelling costs, accommodation, bridal gown, groom attire, planner etc.
The size of the wedding guest-list you would like to have.
This is entirely up to you as a couple: for some people is extremely important to be surrounded by all your family and friends on your big day.
Others prefer to have an intimate affair, an elopement with only the closest people with you on your special destination wedding, and maybe a big party once you return to your home country.
Key points: how far your guests will have to travel?
Will the venue location affect how many people will be able to attend?
Is your Italy wedding venue easy to access for people that have limited mobility?
What’s your wedding setting going to be like for both your ceremony and reception?
Exotic beach, seaside villa, historic castle, chic countryside mansion?
Maybe the opulence of a luxury hotel with a magnificent panoramic view it’s just right for you, or perhaps a secluded castle on a hilltop.
In what season would you like your wedding to happen?
This factor is very important in choosing your type of venue.
If warm weather and outstanding outdoor scenery are all things that appeal to you, then you should definitely get married in the Summertime.
Go for a stunning venue with a fabulous background, making the most of longer daylight time and warm nights.
In case you’re worrying about rain on your special day, most wedding venues would have an indoor option, that are just as stunning, and that serve for weddings during colder months.
You could discuss your rain plan with your wedding planner.
If you’d like to tie the knot during cooler months, you have just as many indoors destination wedding venues options, and can really have fun with décor, installations and production.
What type of holiday destination do you usually feel drawn to?
Choosing a type of location where you’d see yourself on holiday will not leave you disappointed. It’s significant whether you’re planning to have a black-tie affair or a more relaxed type of wedding.
Some Italy wedding venues have accommodation options, for you, and your guests.
If not in the same location or resort, it’s useful to have a location with rooms or other hotels nearby, for a stress-free experience.
And, why not, who doesn’t love a post-wedding brunch round the corner the next day.
Your guests are going to be there mainly for your wedding, but they are likely to squeeze in a few extra days before and after the big day.
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