Religious ceremonies are hold when one or both members of the couple have grown up in a specific religion or regularly attend services at a church, or other house of worship.
Religious ceremonies have a lot of tradition in them. It’s unlikely that the couple will get much say over the order of the ceremony, what the vows will be, and in some cases even what songs or readings will be performed.
Naturally, this is understandable, since it shouldn’t be forgotten, that churches are, first and foremost, places of worship. So, the actually marriage ceremony is seen as a sacred, holy ceremony, to which the faith’s customs must apply.


Italian law dictates that official Catholic wedding ceremonies cannot be performed outdoors but only in a Catholic Church. A Catholic wedding requires specific paperwork to be provided before getting the authorization to get married in Italy and  it can be also combined with a civil ceremony. In this case, we will be at your side to show you all civil documents required and procedures which must be followed.


Protestant weddings can be performed everywhere in Italy including outdoor gardens, Villas, castles or farmhouses but to be legally binding in your country, legal paperwork should be arranged together with the religious documentation required.  If you want to be legally married in Italy but you wish to celebrate the union in a religious ceremony in the location of your choice, we can offer you the possibility of a combined Anglican and Civil wedding ceremony.


A Jewish wedding is a wedding ceremony that follows Jewish laws and traditions which include: a ketubah (marriage contract) which is signed by two witnesses, a chuppah (wedding canopy), a ring owned by the groom that is given to the bride under the canopy, and the traditional breaking of a glass.

Whether you dream of exchanging vows under the chuppah in one of Italy’s many stunningly beautiful historic synagogues, or enjoying a peaceful ceremony in a less conventional setting, MC Italian Wedding can make your special day unforgettable!