The dramatic beauty of Tuscany’s enchanting landscape makes it the No.1 destination for couples looking for a truly magical wedding venue and experience. Most people choose to marry in Italy for similar reasons: great weather, fantastic rolling countryside, the world-renowned Italian Cuisine, and fantastic variety of first-rate wines, to name a few.
Colletto is an exceptionally beautiful early 19th century estate and is the ideal location for your Tuscan wedding and honeymoon which have attracted couples from all over the world. Located in a spectacular region with breath taking 360° views over romantic hillside villages, lush, wooded countryside with mountains at every horizon. Weddings are often held on one of Colletto’s spacious lawn terraces with fabulous scenery.
Whether you want a larger wedding or a small intimate ceremony, Colletto Villas has the capacity to house up to 34 people (62 persons including our partner hotel 15 min away). Our friendly staff will help you organise your dream wedding, as well as suggesting a professional wedding planner if you prefer outside expertise.
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How many guests can Colletto Villas accommodate?
We can accommodate 34 persons at the estate (62 persons including our partner hotel 15 min away).
Do I need a wedding planner, or can I organise it myself?
One of the best ways to reduce stress and really enjoy your wedding day (and the weeks running up to your big day) is to hire a local wedding planner. We will help you get in contact with a professional wedding planner if you prefer outside expertise.
How is a legal marriage organised in Italy?
By Italian law only the church permitted to perform legally binding church wedding is the Catholic church, however, a Protestant blessing can be performed in a Protestant church, or in the halls or gardens of villas or hotels.
Civil legal wedding
A Civil wedding has legal value and by Italian law can only be celebrated in a Town Hall. Most of these town halls are situated in beautiful historical buildings, villas or grand palaces owned by the local government. Legal weddings can also be organised at Colletto Villas but then a little more planning is required.
Symbolic or blessing Ceremonies
To avoid civil and religious requirements and documents, a symbolic wedding is a valid alternative. It consists a blessing or a symbolic ceremony and is not legally binding, so no paperwork is required.