Getting married in Rome is the perfect choice for the newlyweds. The charm of the "Eternal City" attracts couples from all over the world to spend their wedding ceremony here.

It's an amazing, beautiful and romantic city that can be so diverse - historical and architectural monuments of ancient Rome and the Renaissance, the religious center of the Vatican and the atmospheric streets of the bohemian Trastevere.All in all, there is no doubt that Rome is a delightful place for an exceptional wedding.

We can organize all types of weddings in Rome including Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, Сivil, Symbolic or other. Civil ceremonies are held in two places in Rome – at Campidoglio and Caracalla wedding halls. Campidoglio is located in the center of Rome, on one of the seven hills of the city. After climbing the steep marble stairs, you will be on the Capitol Square, designed by the genius of Michelangelo. In one of the palaces of the square you will find the City Hall. Wedding ceremonies are held in the Red Room, which affects its solemnity.

Hall of Caracalla is located in historic complex terms which were one of the wonders of ancient Rome. Built in 1560, the Caracalla hall enchants you and your guests with its medieval decoration and unique atmosphere. The Hall is surrounded by greenery and despite the fact it is in the heart of Rome, your wedding ceremony will be held in a festive atmosphere of calm.

Symbolic ceremonies in Rome will be arrange on the terraces of luxury hotels with stunning views of the city including Coliseum, Spanish Steps, Roman Forum or in a fragrant garden of the villa, which looks like an oasis in the city center. To celebrate a catholic wedding in Rome or Vatican is a dream come true. There is a huge variety of churches from intimate to ancient and luxurious. The churches’ architecture will wary from Medieval to Renaissance and Baroque.


Символическую свадебную церемонию в Риме мы организуем на террасах роскошных отелей с видом на город или в благоухающем саду на вилле, оазисе в центре города.