Friday, September 25, 2020

Some of the Most Luxurious and Lovely Italy Wedding Venues

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A grand destination wedding instills the utmost sense of indulgence, so in this sense, these beloved Italy wedding venues listed will never disappoint. From the waterside cottages surrounding the turf of George Clooney's Lake Como to the country estates overlooking Tuscany's rolling hills to the vibrant shorelines of the Amalfi Coast, couples who got married in Italy experience one or two things about unforgettable and absolutely enchanting romance. 

The cities in Italy lends their place to let couples feel their togetherness. It is all so pleasant to see wedding celebrations extending beyond just a single day through group events such as cooking lessons, hot air balloon tours, beach trips, and horseback riding, to name a few. So, brace to get your fantasies on, because these venues for your wedding destination are guaranteed to get you to pack your bags.

Italy Wedding Destinations 


Located along Italy's northern border, Lake Como consists of a number of luxury resorts. Lake Como promises the couple a dreamy scene who loves all luxurious things. Historic villas run rampant in Baroque and Renaissance architectural design, artwork, and artifacts, and the lake's majestic views, surrounded by the Alps dotted with cypress trees, are unlike any other. Since water transport is the primary means of transportation between cities, Lake Como poses some logistical difficulties that you might not face otherwise. Weddings in Italy's northern regions often tend to be a little more expensive than their counterparts in the south. 

Isola Del Garda 

Isola del Garda, a villa in neo-gothic Venetian style, is suitable for intimate destination weddings for under 80 people. The island's tranquility and magnificent scenes, coupled with private events' exclusive existence, offer this venue to elegant and refined affairs. 

Villa Del Balbianello  

Villa del Balbianello is perched above the shores of Lenno – a beautiful 18th-century house with a buttercream coating growing whimsically lush greenery. The terraced gardens display some of Lake Como's finest panoramic views, creating an unforgettable atmosphere. Up to 150 guests are welcome, and a lot of unique spaces within the property are available to choose from to get a picture-perfect portrait. 

Villa Orlando Bellagio 

Extraordinarily good viewpoints exist here. Villa Orlando is predominantly situated on Bellagio's shores, with design from the 19th century, boasting ornate furniture and luxurious forest backdrops. This place is truly a secret gem and is just a 10-minute walk from Bellagio's shopping center, giving it the perfect combination of comfort and privacy. 

Villa Sola Cabiati 

Located close to The Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Villa Sola Cabiati is a decadent showpiece of the Bell Epoque period. As the villa is available for buyouts, multi-day destination weddings flourish here, ensuring that you and your loved ones can stay on-premises throughout a whole weekend celebration. Couples who want to explore an epic fete, seek a little more adventure in this waterside dreamscape. 

Villa d'Este 

Villa D'este, a former royal residence from the 16th century, understands the importance of first impressions. While its main building offers spacious accommodation, on-site private villas are another choice for those wanting a little more exclusivity. Villa D'este offers unprecedented romance and a sense of A-list status from luxurious ballrooms to landscaped gardens to scenic terraces.  


This central Italian countryside is full of picturesque breathtaking views of rolling hills, time-worn villas, and towering cypress trees, not to mention stunning Florence backdrops. There is a more comfortable atmosphere around Tuscan weddings. Imagine eating al fresco with twinkling lights and lush greenery, and you have a scenario like the Italian soirees that occur in the countryside all year long.

When you imagine an intimate trip with your guests for a whole week or weekend, the venues below are always the dream scenario. Many of these villas or resorts will help you arrange group events such as cooking lessons, horseback riding, hot air balloon tours, etc. 

Belmond Villa San Michele 

This luxurious Belmond property overlooking the Arno Valley has obtained its praise with its sun-dappled gardens, fragrant lemon trees, and a bird's eye view of Florence and its famous Duomo. In fact, Villa San Michele was once a 15th-century monastery, and its thorough architectural influence of the Renaissance is seen. This Florentine property is also a simple choice for those who enjoy the culture and fine things with its open courtyards, a terraced lawn, poolside cabanas, and sophisticated interiors. 

Castello Di Vincigliata 

This fortress' first record was dated 1031. So much creativity exists inside its 1000-year-old walls, and it is hard not to be overwhelmed with wonder from the fresh environment, yet enclosed courtyard to the traditional frescoed sitting room. Located near the towns of Volterra and San Gimignano, in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, Borgo Pignano is almost like its own small village, complete with a vegetable garden, honey lab, spa, horseback riding, orchard, cocktail bar, restaurants, and an infinity pool. Indeed, no country estate has ever looked so good. The Tuscan chic atmosphere is ideal for couples who want to celebrate for a couple of days with their loved ones and enjoy group activities together, as the resort provides so many on-site and is only a short distance from Florence and Siena. 


The Amalfi Coast consists of several seaside towns and an island. With all its pebbled shorelines and pastel homes facing the Mediterranean Sea, Positano is the most popular of these cities. Italy's southern region has a more relaxed vibe than its northern counterpart. It is not unusual to find visitors and locals basking on a good weather day in the glorious sunshine. 

Amalfi Coast weddings are renowned by local artisans for their infusion of color, aquarelle art, and handmade details. And, above all, they are particularly well known for the famous lemons of the Amalfi Coast. It is really hard not to fall entirely in love with the mention of historical spaces. Italy is truly a country as dynamic as it comes, from the appeal of authentic Neapolitan pizza to the exquisite embrace of the Alps mist promised in the northern regions, and has endless choices for the couple who want to enjoy an exquisite Italy wedding.

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