Are you planning for a Venice wedding? In case you are looking for a perfect venue where to hold your wedding ceremony, here are some suggestions that you might want to consider:
The Palazzo Cavalli can host your civil wedding ceremonies overlooking Venice’s Grand Canal. It is an elegant Renaissance building with three fully furnished rooms that can be reserved for the bride and the groom. The biggest function room can accommodate about twenty five guests with big windows and a terrace offering a great view.
If you are planning to have around sixty guests, this Venice wedding venue is perfect for your destination wedding. The second floor of this elegant structure houses the casino of the municipality.
The wedding ceremonies at San Marco are conducted inside the crypt. The church was renovated and refreshed, and then reopened to the public back in 1994. The hall where weddings are held was built back in the 11th century. This is an ideal place for an intimate wedding ceremony witnessed by the closes of family and friends.
Santa Maria dei Miracoli
This church is among the loveliest in Venice. It was built in the late 15th century. The facace of Santa Maria dei Miracoli is covered by colorful marbles. The interior is also dominated by the different marble slabs in pink, grey, white, and silver.
San Salvador is situated near the Rialto a few hops from the Mercerie or business center of the town. It is one of the biggest churches built during the Renaissance.
Santa Fosca a Torcello
This church dates back to the 11th or 12th century. The main structure is surrounded by an octagonal portico. The halls have that perfect harmony of holiness and peace ideal for your Venice wedding.