Are you planning a wedding in Florence or Tuscany?
Tuscany for Weddings is the dedicated division of Florence Convention & Visitors Bureau that will help you to:
Venues & Villa Rentals
Photography & Video
Bouquet & Flowers
Music, Entertainment & Fireworks
Beauty & Hair
As Florence Convention and Visitors Bureau we can provide the services of our members to plan many different activities for your wedding guests.
Wine tasting and cooking tours in the Chianti area
Private boat tour along Tuscan riviera
Private guides for museums and artistic tours in Florence or all over Tuscany
Classic cars tour in the countryside
Tickets to shows and concerts
Activities in the Mugello Area and the Florence surroundings
Ballon tour in the countryside
Florence & Tuscany
Catholic, protestant and symbolic ceremonies are possible in churches, palaces, villas and gardens in and outside Florence.
The splendour of Florence is no more evident than in its amazing array of
churches; their interiors elaborately decorated with frescoes and stained
glass windows. The Renaissance grandeur of Florence with its palaces and
elegant sprawling squares simply dripping with antiquities will amaze you.
The Arno River glides majestically through its center while romantic bridges and narrow streets invite you to explore its many secret nooks and crannies.
To actually be able to celebrate your wedding in Florence’s grandest palace on the most important square of the city is a once in a lifetime dream that can come true. Civil weddings in Florence take place in the Sala Rossa of the Palazzo Vecchio: a magnificent setting!
Medieval fortress towns such as Siena, Certaldo, Lucca, Pisa, San Gimignano,
Montalcino and Cortona are unforgettable settings for a wedding in Tuscany.
Ancient cathedrals, palace wedding halls and turreted castles abound.
If your dream is to plan a wedding in Tuscany’s romantic countryside, the choice of locations and settings is the finest in Italy. Tuscany’s countryside is the most painted and photographed of any of Italy’s regions. Artists, photographers and tourists have attempted to capture the loveliness of rolling vineyards, hilltop villages enclosed by ancient walls and silvery olive groves rising in the distance.
Not to be missed is Tuscany’s incredibly stunning coastline; its unique Riviera which at times is rustic and at others sophisticated and elegant. The tiny islands of Elba and Giglio are a delight to discover, perfect for a honeymoon stopover.