Looking for wedding venue in Italy – any receommendations?

posted 3 years ago in Destination Weddings
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Helper bee

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

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amanda830 :  I went to a wedding in Perugia at the Villa Monticelli. It was AMAZING. Beautiful old villa on the hills. 

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  • Wedding: September 2020

is 15000EUR for the whole wedding or just the venue?  I think if it is for the whole wedding you may struggle as there are lot of extras for weddings abroad – flights, accommodation, paperwork, entertainment, flowers, transport to name a few.  If the 15,000EUR is for the venue and food I think you can find plenty of great venues.


I’m working with a wedding planner – I asked for specifically venues with a sea view (rustic villas and castles) and not in the amalfi area as it seemd to double the price if you want it there – so have asked for speicifcially the East coast.  She’s been incredible and found loads of good venues though I can’t recommend the venues to you as mine is for just 30 people so not going to fit your guests Im guessting….?

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I’m getting married in Lake Como, Italy – Beautiful scenery, lots of wedding venue options, I couldn’t think of a more beautiful place to get married. Specifically Villa Del Balbianello (our venue). 

However it can be very very expensive especially with a high number of guests, We have 25-30 guests and the buget is well over 20k euro without accom or flights – i think Tuscany is a good bet with your number of guests, they have lots of large spaces or venues that cater to higher guest counts. 

Milan is also very affordable in general too, I haven’t been there yet, but they might have some good options. Rome and florence are stunning too. I would probably rule out amalfi, postiano, lake como as unfortuantely those locations double, if not triple in price.

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