Get Legally Married In Italy
CIVILLY MARRIED IN A TOWN HALL IN ITALY
CIVILLY MARRIED AT A VENUE IN ITALY
In Italy, there are some town halls that have granted the possibility to have civil weddings on the grounds of some villas in their territory. Hence, you should get in touch with the villas directly and ask if any of them have received this particular permission form their town hall. This is something quite rare so if you need a quicker advice on which villas you can get civilly married at, ask me here.
Another option could be to have a civil ceremony with a NON-catholic Pastor. I’m referring in particular to evangelic or protestant Pastors among others. The good news is that they can perform a ceremony that can LEGALLY BIND YOU at ANY VILLA!! Any villa and everywhere in Italy! I advise you though, to choose this option just if you are religious in respect to the religion and the Pastor.
Finally, wherever you decide to get married, all the steps to get the right documents to get civilly married in Italy must be followed in any case!
For more info on how to get married at a villa, ask me here!
CIVILLY MARRIED IN A CHURCH IN ITALY with a RELIGIOUS CEREMONY
Italy is the closest country to the Vatican so of course, you can have a religious wedding in Italy! What you need is a consecrated church. This means that some villas have their own churches but not all of them are consecrated. Churches in the centre of towns are normally all consecrated and this could be a very nice option to have the ceremony first and then, have a walk with all guests into the town centre.
Said that, in order to get religiously married in a church in Italy, you should contact the Italian priest of your chosen church first and ask for their availability for a date and time of your preference. If you need my help, write me here.
Then, you have to get in touch with your own parish and priest to start the procedure to get the right documents. Some countries ask you also to attend a pre-cana (pre-wedding) course so make sure you respect all the formalities. Please note that if you also want to get married at the same time of the religious ceremony, you need to follow all the steps to get the right docs (see the first paragraph of this page).
TIP!!!! that, if you want to get religiously married in Italy and have less stress to get the right docs, get civilly married at home and do in Italy just the religious wedding.
This way you won’t have much more formalities to follow in Italy, and will let you enjoy in full your romantic wedding day in Italy.