WORKING METHOD

 

Con Amore plans and organises weddings and events from Florence, Italy. If you are interested in a wedding in the region of Tuscany, Umbria or Puglia, you can telephone or email us at info@conamore.it with your questions and thoughts. We would be happy to provide you with a sample program with several suggestions about venues, ideas and activities, provided with an offer without engagement.

After approval of the program and the offer by you, you will be presented with a contract, with all agreements in writing. Immediately after that, we will start booking the venue(s) and organising all activities. From that point onwards, we will provide you with a check list to give you ideas for small details to personalise your wedding. We will also send you a list with the required documents for the marriage. The wedding venue and other venues in Italy can be visited by appointment. We can also arrange for witnesses.

A couple of days before the wedding, we will meet at the town hall or party venue to settle the last details and go through the scenario for the last time. Once that has been taken care of, the wedding can begin!

After the wedding, we will provide you with information for the legal procedures necessary to inscribe your marriage certificate in your place of residence.

Because we have contacts and experience with many suppliers in Italy, we know where to get good quality for a reasonable price. Therefore, it is certainly possible that you will be financially better off than if you organise everything yourself, in spite of the additional costs of the wedding planner. Moreover, a wedding in Italy is often less expensive than in most other West European countries.

If you require information on a wedding insurance policy for your overseas wedding, we suggest to have a look at Wedding Cancellation Insurance (for UK citizens). Canadian citizens can request information at PAL Insurance Brokers for an insurance with worldwide coverage. US citizens may find useful information at Reviews.com.

    Photography: Andrea Pitti