Getting Married in Italy
Our expert wedding planners will guide you through the process of getting married in Italy, helping you navigate the legal requirements and realise the wedding you’ve always dreamt of.
If you’re considering getting married in Italy, the prospect of navigating another country’s legal system and communicating with local companies can be intimidating. This is why it’s important to find a dedicated Italian wedding planner with plenty of experience organising marriages for foreign nationals. Which is where we come in.
Getting married in Italy? Romantic Italian Weddings are here to help
We have a long and successful track record of helping couples from across the world get married in Italy. Our focus on destination weddings means we’re extremely familiar with the legal requirements foreign couples face when marrying in Italy. Over the years we’ve arranged all sorts of weddings, including Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and symbolic ceremonies, so we’re happy to accommodate a wide variety of requirements.
What about same sex civil ceremonies?
We’re more than happy to accommodate same sex civil partnership ceremonies in Italy and your civil partnership will be recognised in the UK if you follow the correct process according to Italian law.
We’ll make sure that all British and Italian legal requirements are fulfilled so that you won’t need to register your civil partnership in the UK
British citizens who want to enter into a civil partnership in Italy must produce the following documents:
- A Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage (CNI) released by your local Registrar after posting your notice of marriage. You have to post your notice of marriage at your local register office.
- A statutory declaration to be signed before a solicitor or public notary in the UK.
- Both the Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage and the statutory declaration have to be legalised with a Hague Apostille by the FCO Legalisation Office in Milton Keynes
The above requirements shall apply to British nationals residing in the UK. A different procedure shall apply to British nationals residing overseas.
“These instructions have been prepared on the basis of the most updated information notified to our company by the relevant authorities. The aim of these instructions is to provide guidance to our potential clients. However this guidance is without prejudice to any amendments applied from time to time to current procedures by authorities involved in wedding paperwork, which will be confirmed by our staff upon confirmation of wedding bookings.”
Whatever your requirements, don’t hesitate to get in touch, we’re always happy to discuss your plans and ideas.