Florence, Tuscany Wedding Photographers

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Whether you envision your fairytale wedding set amongst the sun-drenched backdrop of the Tuscan countryside, the Renaissance palaces, castles and towers that still dot the landscape or an elegant wedding in the Florentine city center, Florence destination weddings will fulfill your every Tuscan wedding dream.

Florence is one of the most popular locations in Italy for European destination weddings, The city welcomes it’s innamorati with open arms. With it’s year-round tourism, Firenze is a popular choice for weddings throughout the year - even if most Italian locals would call you pazza to consider getting married in August - the height of tourism, heat and pesky mosquitos in the city.

Within Florence, couples are spoiled for choice for both reception and symbolic ceremony locations. Private rooftop terraces overlooking the Arno river and magnificent Duomo provide stunning views of Fiesole, the surrounding Tuscan hills as well as provide the perfect setting for intimate to moderate sized events. The Antica Torre di Via Tornabuoni 1, a historic luxury hotel, offers the option to rent out it’s entire restored medieval tower with a choice of two connecting terraces that provide a nearly 360 degree view of the surrounding countryside and the city’s monuments. Just steps away is the perfect photography spot to document your love in front of the Ponte Vecchio bridge.

Another lovely option is to venture out to the Tuscan countryside to one of the medieval hamlets for an intimate religious ceremony in one of the restored historic local chapels. Il Borro, an entire medieval village that has been lovingly restored by the Ferragamo family and transformed into the ultimate rustic luxury retreat for you and your guests is a one such option.

Some destination couples opt for a merely symbolic wedding fearing the red tape involved for a legally recognized union. Despite it’s reputation, Italy is one of the easiest countries to arrange an legally recognized civil marriage. The website for Florence’s city hall includes a clearly detailed breakdown of the documents required for different foreigners and nationalities, along with directions for booking one of the many beautiful public buildings available along with detailed payment instructions. Hiring a destination wedding planner familiar with the process can save you time, frustration and unexpected snafus, especially if you are divorced or plan to organize a religious wedding.

If you wish to say “I Do” legally in Florence, or any other town hall in Tuscany, each city has it’s own rules, regulations and costs. Each town also has unique timelines that must be closely followed to ensure you receive the date and time of day that you desire for your ceremony.

The rules regarding the cost and availability of dates for civil weddings varies whether you are two foreigners, if one of you is a resident in Italy or Florence marrying a foreigner, or if one of you is an Italian citizen living overseas and returning to Italy for your wedding.

For two foreigners who wish to get married in Florence, the price (at the date of publication) to get married during normal business hours Monday through Friday is 2,500 Euros for the Sala Rossa upwards of 5,000 Euros for the Salone de’ Cinquecento. Those wishing to get married after business hours can pay an additional fee.

As of November 2014, Saturday civil weddings for two foreigners are no longer permitted in Florence. In comparison, if one of the couple lives in Florence, Tuscany, Italy or is an Italian citizen living overseas, the prices drop dramatically and there may be the option of a Saturday or Sunday wedding. If your heart is set on a Saturday wedding you can can call other town halls or consider other exclusive areas such as the Amalfi Coast where the prices are less expensive and offer Saturday options.

Whether in the city or countryside, why not extend your wedding day into a relaxing weekend or week-long extravaganza? Wine tasting excursions to Chianti and Montepulciano, cooking and pizza-making classes, olive oil tastings, along with horseback riding and painting classes can be arranged Take advantage of particularly Tuscan pastimes such as marble paper-making classes, a leather-making workshop, a bridesmaids’ visit to nearby Etruscan spas or a kayaking trip for the bridal party along the Arno.

Nearby cities such as Sienna, San Gimignano, Lucca, Arezzo and Cortona are all popular Tuscan destination wedding locations whose rules and regulations may offer more flexibility than Florence. In Tuscany, the possibilities are endless. Whether your budget is 10,000 Euros or 100,000 Euros, Florence and Tuscany offer numerous options to create Italian magic and romance for your special day.

— Provided by Los Angeles and Florence destination wedding photographer Ambientimage Photography (website).

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