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Whether you are dreaming of a religious or a blessing ceremony, a renewal of vows or a civil wedding in Italy, at Just get Married in Italy, we offer full legal assistance and expertise to fulfil your dream of a memorable wedding in Italy. Just get Married in Italy can assist you with any wedding ceremony to suit your wedding ideas & style!

Weddings in Italy: Civil Ceremonies (legal binding)

Weddings in Italy: Catholic Weddings in Italy (legal binding)

Weddings in Italy: Blessings & Symbolic, Renewal of Vows

Weddings in Italy: Non-Catholic religious (non legal binding)

 

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Civil Marriages conducted in Italy are recognised overseas and they are conducted in accordance with Italian regulations. Weddings conducted in Italy are automatically registered worldwide.

It is not possible to remarry each other legally in Italy if you have already been married in your country although a blessing ceremony can be conducted (see below).Civil ceremonies by law must be performed in Town Halls, Villas and Palaces approved by the Italian government. The venues are mainly indoor venues which include Grandeous historical buildings, ex-churches, and the town halls premises. The Italian venues are elengantly decorated with famous paintings and sculptures making them the perfect setting for your stylish wedding ceremony.
Civil ceremonies conducted outside assigned buildings are only possible in certain locations and only if permitted by Italian government.

The ceremony is performed by the Mayor or their substitute and is conducted in Italian. An official interpreter (for couples who do not speak italian) and 2 witnesses over 18 are required by law.

The ceremony lasts approximately 20 minutes. On request and subject to celebrants agreement and time available before the next wedding, the ceremony may be enriched with personal vows, readings and music. A civil ceremony in English text will be forwarded to you 4 weeks prior the ceremony. Depending on the marriage location you may be requested to sign in person a sworn declaration at the town hall a few days prior the wedding (times vary depending on town hall and nationality: usually, NON-EU citizens approximately 2 weeks prior, EU citizens 2 - 4 days prior). Women whose previous marriage was terminated within the last 300 days cannot marry in Italy

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Catholic weddings in Italy are the only 'religious' legally binding wedding recognised in Italy. Therefore, only religious weddings with a Catholic rite can have legal validity and automatically registered worldwide if one of you was married before with a religious ceremony, you cannot marry again with a catholic rite unless an official annulment was granted by the religious authorities. Requirements to get married with a catholic rite, is that at least one of you must be catholic.

A catholic ceremony will combine both a civil and catholic ceremony, therefore there is no need to get married first at the town hall. The priest will marry you both religiously and legally.An english speaking priest can be provided
Ceremonies last approx 45 minutes with your choice of readings. Depending on the church and location, you may need to finalise all paperwork and meet with the parish priest a few days prior the wedding (times vary depending on chruch and nationality: usually, NON-EU citizens approximately 2 weeks prior, EU citizens 2 - 4 days prior.
Religious and legal documents need to be provided. Just get Married in Italy will fully assist you with both religious and legal sides.

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  • Blessings in Italy are conducted by an English Speaking Celebrant provided by Just Get Married
  • Blessings in Italy last approximately 30 minutes
  • A wide selection of wedding ceremonies are available to all our clients
  • Ceremonies can be enriched with a Candle Lighting, Handfasting or Unity Sand ceremonies
  • Blessings in Italy can be personalised with your choice of vows/music/readings
  • Blessings in Italy can be conducted in any location, indoors, outdoors, private venues or public areas.
  • Blessings in Italy in public areas are limited to a small number of guests only
  • Blessing ceremonies in Italy can be also organised after an indoor civil ceremony if a couple wishes to have a personalised, outdoor wedding ceremony
  • A complimentary symbolic marriage certificate is provided
  • Assistance is provided for wedding services i.e. Flowers, Photography, Hair & Make up, Airport/Hotel/Wedding transfers and more
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  • Renewals of Vows ceremonies in Italy don't have legal or religious binding
  • Ideal for married couples who wish to renew their vows whilst in Italy
  • Ceremonies are conducted by a English Speaking Celebrant provided by Just Get Married
  • Ceremonies can be enriched with a Candle Lighting, Handfasting or Unity Sand ceremonies
  • Ceremonies last approximately 20 minutes
  • A wide selection of wedding ceremonies are available to all our clients
  • Renewal of Vows in Italy can be personalised with your choice of vows/music/readings
  • Renewal of Vows in Italy can be conducted in any location, indoors, outdoors, private venues or public areas.
  • Renewal of Vows in Italy in public areas are limited to a small number of guests only
  • A complimentary Renewal of Vows certificate is provided
  • Assistance is provided for wedding services i.e. Flowers, Photography, Hair & Make up, Airport/Hotel/Wedding transfers and more

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  • 'Non Catholic' Religious Weddings in Italy (i.e. protestant, jewish, anglican or any other religion) are not legally binding, although they still have 'religious' binding.
    Full religious documents still need to be provided for a religious wedding in Italy, these vary depending on your religion
  • Non-Catholic Religious Weddings in Italy are mainly conducted indoors although a Priest/Rabbi may agree to perform an outdoor religious wedding

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