Wedding in Venice

If you’ve attended any weddings as a guest, have you happened to see an evening party that doesn’t take off, a desolately empty runway an evening party with very high expectations left unexpected?

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Planning your wedding in Venice inside Palazzo Franchetti Cavalli, the municipality offers beautiful rooms for all couples who want to celebrate their wedding in Venice. Its proximity to the Grand Canal allows arrival by gondola, as in 16th-century Venice, which many Italian and foreign couples dream of.

There are numerous churches in case you choose religious rite and reception locations including palaces, gardens, terraces and fairy-tale resorts.

Rose Island is home to the JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa, which opened in 2015 in Venice. This resort has all desirable amenities. Private terraces overlooking the lagoon, a centuries-old park, an ancient olive grove, and a green area with a swimming pool surrounded by gardens. There is no shortage of a small neo-Romanesque church at the corner of the willows at the edge of the lagoon,

In Torcello we find the Locanda Cipriani. An old and modest wine and oil store that was converted into an inn by Giuseppe Cipriani in 1934. Indoor and outdoor halls and a beautiful rose garden bring to life a green and sweety wedding.

On the island of Giudecca, we find the intimate and extravagant Hilton Molino Stucky. This hotel with its sky line terrace equipped with a swimming pool offers breathtaking lagoon views.

Riva degli Schiavoni is home to another memorable location, the Hotel Danieli. A 5-star luxury hotel that features elegant venues and a rooftop terrace for a prestige and luxury wedding in Venice.

Also synonymous with exclusivity is the Bauer, dating back to the late 19th century. Located in the vicinity of St. Mark’s it offers large terraces for majestic receptions. Also unforgettable is The Westin Europa & Regina in Venice, a unique luxury property with magnificent rooms and outdoor terraces on the picturesque Grand Canal.

“If I had to look for a word that replaces ‘music,’ I could only think of Venice.” (Friedrich Nietzsche)

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