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Legalities for Your Italian Wedding


One of the key concerns regarding a destination wedding is the legal paperwork it involves. Yes, getting married in Italy does involve some paperwork and the requirements are dependent on your nationalities.


Putting together the paperwork can be confusing however, Kelly and The Italian Wedding Planner team will guide you through any documents that you need to complete in your home country and assist you with all legally required paperwork here in Italy.

We work closely with consulates to make sure we are kept up to date on all the legal requirements in order for you to get married in Italy smoothly. 


With our team’s knowledge and experience in processing your documentation you can rest assured that, when it comes to your wedding in Italy, everything is going to be perfect.


Translators and Interpreters


We can arrange for our trusted partners, based in Italy, to translate all the required documents in to Italian, often at short notice if needed when planning a last minute wedding.

All non-Italian citizens who do not speak Italian must have an interpreter present at the presentation of documentation and at their wedding ceremony. We are honoured to perform this service for you as part of our service. 


For Catholic weddings we endeavour to find a priest who is fluent in English. If the local priest does not speak English, we will find a priest, brother or nun to perform the role of interpreter.

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