Wedding in Italy
You are getting married. And that’s very nice news. Congratulations! You just don’t want just any wedding, but a real Italian wedding, where you say yes to each other in front of your dearest family and friends. You want to enjoy Italian cuisine and long tables where everyone can sit together. A wedding in Italy is a celebration! Stop looking for a wedding Italy, you have found the place!
The land of pasta, pizza and gelato – Italy – is a popular destination for weddings. And this is not surprising, because Italy has all the ingredients that go perfectly together to make such a dream come true. Being together with your family and friends is characteristic of an Italian wedding. Dining while enjoying all the deliciousness that a wedding in Italy has to offer. Getting married in Italy is a dream come true at Le Stonghe.
Every couple dreams of getting married with a breathtaking view, fine dining at long tables in the open air under a setting sun, fantastic wines ánd listening to live music. To sum up: Italy is the ideal country for the ultimate wedding! Everyone is in party mood and your wedding will be celebrated while your guests have never laughed so much.
Italy cooks well and you can taste it! It is one of the countries with a unique gastronomic tradition. Referred to as the best cuisine in the world. Weddings are no exception. You taste vegetarian sandwiches, fresh pastas and fantastic wines here!
Getting married in Italy is a dream for many couples. This amazing country full of delicious food, sunshine and beautiful landscapes is the perfect place for a fairytale wedding. Can you see yourself standing in a beautiful wedding dress among the Italian hills? Getting married in Italy is incredibly special. The surroundings and the fact that you get to experience this adventure with a limited group of friends and family make the wedding truly unique.
Of course, the climate is a good reason to have your wedding in Italy. Whereas in northern Europe the weather is often changeable in spring and autumn, in Italy you enjoy relative weather certainty. Particularly in summer, it can still get hot so then it is smart to plan the ceremony a bit later in the day so that there is no direct sun. The best time for intimate wedding photos is the golden hours.
At Le Stonghe, it is possible to have both a legal and ceremonial wedding. The mayor then specially comes to the location to perform the marriage.
Wedding venue Italy
The ‘Le Stonghe’ estate consists of a 500-year-old Palazzo and attached manor house, these are 500 metres apart. The villa in Cagli is 15 kilometres from there. All have their own swimming pool. As a result, you can count on privacy and tranquillity in these unique places. Le Stonghe has several luxury flats for two to six people and from the pool you have breathtaking views. Situated on a ridge in the rolling countryside of the Italian region of Le Marche, you look out on the surrounding wheat fields, olive groves, cypresses and villages as far as the Adriatic Sea, which characterise the landscape of Le Marche. On the 14-hectare estate, you can enjoy peace, nature, impressive culture and delicious Italian food in luxury. ‘La Dolce Vita’ pur sang. Le Stonghe is a great Italian wedding villa and Italian wedding venues.
Italian wedding planner
Le Stonghe is the ideal wedding location to celebrate your ‘Italian wedding’. A magical place with panoramic views all the way to the Adriatic Sea. With our professional staff, luxurious accommodation, delicious Italian food and romantic ambience, Le Stonghe has everything you need to make your wedding in Italy an unforgettable experience. Our wedding planner in Italy will take care of everything down to the last detail and will be happy to hear all your wishes. Feel free to contact us and come and visit Le Stonghe for a tasting of local products and wines to make your dream wedding a reality. A wedding in Italy offers you the opportunity to get married in an intimate setting. Our Italian wedding planner will make make it happen for you.
The Italian region of Le Marche is also known as ‘Italy’s best-kept secret’. Between the Adriatic coast and the Apennines lies this region not yet discovered by mass tourism. The immediate surroundings of Fossombrone are rich in history and culture. The ancient Roman city of Urbino experienced a great cultural flowering in the 15th century during the Renaissance. Urbino’s historic centre is a Unesco World Heritage Site.