Positano, Italy. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) By Pero Milos
'Romance languages' refer to languages that have their roots based in Latin, a commonly spoken language in ancient Rome. What could be more romantic than to have a wedding in the birthplace of all the Romance languages? When you book a wedding in a romantic location in Italy, you can expect rich cultural lessons, beautiful landscapes of all sorts, and incredible food. If you are considering booking one of many romantic wedding locations, consider some of the following options.
Sorrento and Positano, both on the Amalfi coast, are considered to be two of the most romantic wedding locations in the world. In Sorrento, you can experience your special day at the Saint Frances covenant courtyard, or enjoy an outdoor wedding without a sea view. Positano has many options for wedding locations. The Positano outdoor terrace has seen many couples get married. Moonlight weddings have become a Positano favorite, and for good reason. Just imagine how romantic the setting will be when you exchange vows with your beloved, with the entire ceremony done by candle light. Both Positano and Sorrento have wedding options for every budget, so you can have a dreamy wedding in Italy without breaking the bank.
Only an hour away from Milan, Lake Como offers romantic wedding locations in Italy with a summery kick. With plenty of sunshine, beautiful lake views, and plenty of wedding villas to choose from, Lake Como has rightfully earned its place as a favorite location for a wedding in Italy. If exchanging your vows at the Italian lakeside, while a warm summery breeze touches your face, and soft cantzones play in the background sounds like a perfect wedding ceremony, book Lake Como.
In Florence, a couple can exchange vows in a variety of beautiful places, including an old bedroom of the Medici family. Decadence and opulence reign supreme in a Florence wedding - even civil weddings can take place in a room with plush carpets, chandeliers, and old world decorations. With all the picturesque sights of Tuscany, Florence often is the location that happily married couples remember as a birthplace of a beautiful marriage. Even better, Florence weddings can cater to just about any religion. Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish weddings are all regularly arranged in Florence.
Of course, there are more locations than these four wonderful cities to choose from when you decide on booking a romantic wedding location in Italy. However, few wedding locations have the same amount of incredibly romantic settings that Positano, Sorrento, Florence, or Lake Como have.
To find the best wedding location for your needs, it's best to ask a travel agent who is well-versed in Italian weddings. No matter where your travels will lead you, your Italian wedding location will surely make your special day one to remember.
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