If you are fans of Montalbano Submitted by modicasa on Thu, 01/04/2018 - 04:34 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec If you are fans of Montalbano places like Scicli/Noto/Siracusa in Sicily are very popular, with virtually guaranteed weather, thouhg you have already left it quite late. You could try fiocchi di riso wedding planneron facebook, as to get married in Italy requires paperwork which you need to start now if you'replanning on June this year. Log in or register to post comments Cortona on the Tuscany Submitted by bluecatclaire on Fri, 01/05/2018 - 16:06 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec Cortona on the Tuscany Umbrian border and which features in Frances Mayes Under the Tuscan Sun is where we did the deed 20 years ago we had a fab time, Another pretty small place wher I know Brits have got married is Montone, in Umbria. Hope you find somewhere that works for you good luck. Log in or register to post comments Our daughter was married in Submitted by stevegwmonkseaton on Sat, 01/06/2018 - 05:26 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec Our daughter was married in Siena town hall, but most of the events took place here in Catignano. They did have a small chaple at the time (2007) and another couples wedding actually took place in this whilst we were there. The place looks a lot more imposing on-line than it actually is and it does not convey the size of the place. However they can accomodate both large and smaller weddings. There are a number of other places around the same area which looked just as nice. Log in or register to post comments I’d suggest you look at Orta Submitted by alan h on Sat, 01/06/2018 - 14:56 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec I’d suggest you look at Orta San Gulio [on Lake Orta, North-West of Milan]. A beautiful small lakeside town/village. Beautiful Church and the gardens by the Comune, where they do Civil weddings, have wonderful lake views – we’ve seen several weddings there, and they look stunning in these surroundings. In easy reach of Malpensa, Bergamo and Turin airports. Cooler than the south of Italy, and plenty of places to rentGoogle throws up;- Guardian newspaper article 20012 https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2012/mar/09/italy-lake-orta-unspoilt Local Newsletter http://www.orta.net/eng1/ Review on TripAdvisor about weddings therehttps://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g187854-d585256-Reviews-Lake_Orta-Orta_San_Giulio_Province_of_Novara_Piedmont.html Also – Google “Lake Orta Weddings” for more details on wedding planners etc Good Luck Log in or register to post comments My husband and I got married Submitted by mcwinitaly on Tue, 03/13/2018 - 14:07 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec My husband and I got married in Piedmonte in Moncalvo at the Sant Uffizio. They were wonderful and everything about the experience was fantastic. Log in or register to post comments Have a look at Montestigliano Submitted by Rosy L on Thu, 03/15/2018 - 16:05 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec Have a look at Montestigliano in Tuscany. Their biggest villa (http://villapipistrelli.com/english/villa-pipistrelli.html) has its own private pool and is secluded from the rest of the farm estate. There are other smaller villas which share two pools - a quiet one, and a children's one, set amongst the olive groves. Here's a link to their weddings page on their website. http://www.montestigliano.it/site/Weddings. Luisa Donati speaks excellent English and will make sure that all the details of your special day are taken care of. Good luck for your big occasion! Log in or register to post comments Hi Aubrey, my favourite place Submitted by SaraG on Tue, 01/15/2019 - 11:28 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec Hi Aubrey, my favourite place is Rome, the capital of love! I visited this fantastic city 2 months ago for a weekend and I bealive that can be pefect for your wedding. What do you think? Good luck with all:)) Log in or register to post comments You might be able to narrow Submitted by italmover on Wed, 01/16/2019 - 09:21 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec You might be able to narrow down the near-infinite options if you think about:1) Is there one airport in Italy that would be better for most of my guests to use arriving and departing from Italy?2) How is the wedding party going to get from the airport to the wedding destination? Will they all need to take the train or are they ok with renting cars? 3) Would a fairly flat wedding venue be best because some people can't climb steep hills or many stairs?4) Will most be spending fewer than 5 days in Italy? Does it make sense to pick a venue close enough to an airport that they won't spend a whole day getting to the wedding, or needing to spend a night at the airport on their way home to catch a crack-of-dawn flight? Log in or register to post comments Hello, in the municipality of Submitted by milenab on Fri, 01/25/2019 - 08:57 In reply to A newbie all over again! by Annec Hello, in the municipality of Piegaro, I can suggest Agriturismo La Crocicchia (they have a FB Page) and Agriturismo Abbazia sette Frati : www.abbaziasettefrati-fratres.itOften guests of the weedings stay with us in our Casa Vacanze Il Piccolo Noce and they are very happy about the location and the differet possibilities.I hope it helps, ciao, Milena Log in or register to post comments Join to ask a question!Top Questions Introductions Travel Property Society Living Italian Language Food and Wine Weddings Restaurant Review Post Search Questions Latest property in Italy Villa in Camporgiano 80 m² 5 Bedrooms 250000 Fractional ownership in Montalto delle Marche 210 m² 4 Bedrooms 123000 Country Home - Restored in Troina 200 m² 1 Bedrooms 125000 Villa in Modica 120 m² 2 Bedrooms 240000 Country Home - To Restore in Abruzzo 180 m² 3 Bedrooms 160000 Country Home - Restored in Ostuni 400 m² 5 Bedrooms 1200000 See More Related Questions Where can i get best italian pizza in Rome? flights from the USA are open Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ItalianMortgageService/ Hello, Can anyone help me - especially any Australians. 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