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#1 DWBride615

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    Posted 18 July 2010 - 02:02 PM

    I've looked around the site and I don't see much to do with European destinations. I know that I've seen a few brides planning to wed in Italy. To all you Destination Italy brides out there, please post here. I think it'll make it easier to ask questions/tips, etc. for that certain area.

    I hope to talk to you all soon and happy planning! =]
    *~*Chelsea & Eric*~* {{New wedding Date...Same Growing Love}} October 13, 2012 (Rome, Italy)

    #2 Rolliedelta

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      Posted 19 July 2010 - 09:24 PM

      Hi, I was so thrilled to find your post as I too am in search of other brides who will be getting married in Italy. I will be getting married about 45 min outside of Florence in May 2011.

      When will you be getting married? How is the planning coming along?

      Best of luck and thanks for starting this thread!

      #3 DWBride615

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        Posted 19 July 2010 - 11:33 PM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by Rolliedelta
        Hi, I was so thrilled to find your post as I too am in search of other brides who will be getting married in Italy. I will be getting married about 45 min outside of Florence in May 2011.

        When will you be getting married? How is the planning coming along?

        Best of luck and thanks for starting this thread!

        Hi, nice to meet you.

        I know! I love this forum, but since I registered, I definitely noticed the lack of European threads. So, I figured 'why wait for one to pop up when I can create my own?'. Glad to hear from another bride marrying in Italy =]

        I'm getting married in October 2011, so we still have a little bit of time for planning. FI and I actually have to make a short trip there soon, so we can decide on venue and hire a wedding planner. We're ordering our STDs and invitations as soon as we get back and we already have a lot of the little details done, so planning is going well so far. How about you?

        Best of luck to you as well and happy planning!
        *~*Chelsea & Eric*~* {{New wedding Date...Same Growing Love}} October 13, 2012 (Rome, Italy)

        #4 ItalyLove

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          Posted 13 May 2012 - 07:47 AM

          Hi all!

           

          My fiance and I met in Italy on a study abroad program so we thought why not get married there! I have been in contact with many wedding planners, and they all have been so helpful. I don't want the stress of working with vendors abroad, and I would rather work through a planner. I am down to three that I have enjoyed working with, and it is time to choose one.

           

          Does anyone know anything about the following wedding planning services in Italy?

          Italy Bride & Groom

          White Emotion

          Glam Events

           

          Or if you have other suggestions that would be a great help!

          Thanks



          #5 jlewis304

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            Posted 09 June 2012 - 09:37 AM

            Hi Italian brides to be! 

            Today is our five year wedding anniversary and we were just talking about our unforgettable experience in Italy and I wanted to share it with others in the States who may be looking for a hassle-free wedding and beautiful locale in Italy.

             

            We had our worries about planning a wedding long distance but we wanted something affordable and memorable close to Venice. I contacted some wedding planning services but the price tags were $10,000+. Thankfully, we found Villa Luppis through military family stationed nearby at Aviano Air Force Base.

             

            From the start, the Villa Luppis staff communicated color, food, cake, seating, and music options via email and mail. They speak fluent English. We had nearly 50 guests fly from the States and stay at the Villa.  Everyone was floored by the fairytale setting- Napoleon Bonaparte's summer home- and beautiful grounds and fountains.  It's picture perfect. We felt like royalty and so did our guests.  We had a 7 course meal (yes 7!) and it was the highest quality cuisine- think Top Chef- from stuffed conch shells to truffle pasta.  Servers served the wine and food- which in the US is unheard of unless you pay top dollar.  Our wedding was a fraction of the price it would have been in the States.  Food and wine doesn't carry the price tag in Italy as it does in the States and we were out of the door under $5,000.  I can't say enough good things and I just wish I could get the word out to others in the States looking for a hassle-free, unforgettable wedding.

             

            You can search for their website and contact them- it is definitely an option worth considering.


            Best wishes!



            #6 jlewis304

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              Posted 09 June 2012 - 09:38 AM

              Hi Italian brides to be! 

              Today is our five year wedding anniversary and we were just talking about our unforgettable experience in Italy and I wanted to share it with others in the States who may be looking for a hassle-free wedding and beautiful locale in Italy. 

               

              We had our worries about planning a wedding long distance but we wanted something affordable and memorable close to Venice. I contacted some wedding planning services but the price tags were $10,000+. Thankfully, we found Villa Luppis through military family stationed nearby at Aviano Air Force Base. 

               

              From the start, the Villa Luppis staff communicated color, food, cake, seating, and music options via email and mail. They speak fluent English. We had nearly 50 guests fly from the States and stay at the Villa.  Everyone was floored by the fairytale setting- Napoleon Bonaparte's summer home- and beautiful grounds and fountains.  It's picture perfect. We felt like royalty and so did our guests.  We had a 7 course meal (yes 7!) and it was the highest quality cuisine- think Top Chef- from stuffed conch shells to truffle pasta.  Servers served the wine and food- which in the US is unheard of unless you pay top dollar.  Our wedding was a fraction of the price it would have been in the States.  Food and wine doesn't carry the price tag in Italy as it does in the States and we were out of the door under $5,000.  I can't say enough good things and I just wish I could get the word out to others in the States looking for a hassle-free, unforgettable wedding.

               

              You can search for their website and contact them- it is definitely an option worth considering.


              Best wishes!






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