JEWISH WEDDING IN ITALY
Jew-ish wedding in Italy
For your destination Jewish or Jew-ish wedding Italy could be simply perfect!
Jewish Italian heritage is rich and thriving. You can choose among wonderful Italian synagogues in Rome, Venice, Naples, Trieste, Torino, Milan, Apulia and Sicily.
In above mentioned Synagogues can celebrate Orthodox Jewish ceremonies. Our Team can full support to prepare legal and religious documentation to get your legal marriage here in Italy, no matter what your Jewish conversion is.
Lovely and friendly Rabbi our Team work with will be able to perform an amazing Jewish ceremony overlooking the Italian Lakes, Italian Countryside overlooking the vines, Italian Seaside on the beach or even up to the Alps for a silvery winter wedding.
In case you are thinking about a wonderful outdoor Jewish ceremony under a wonderful Huppah we can make this happen too.
You can have a modern Jewish ceremony in the reform tradition. Our Rabbi will be happy to create with you your Jewish, Jewish interfaith or even same-sex Jewish wedding.
Rabbi can also perform a lovely vow renewal ceremony and baby naming!
Have a look also to our thematic site Italian Ethnic Wedding for further literature on Jewish weddings our Team planned all over Italy.
Our planners are skilled and well experience on Jewish weddings and Jewish traditions
They can suggest the best suppliers for your Jewish wedding in Italy: florist and designer to create your outdoor Huppah, artists that can create hand made Ketubah, Jewish musicians, glass to break, Challah, Kippahs, and most of all Kosher banqueting companies who can serve delicious Italian food and Kosher wines.
We are also proud and happy to be among famous Smashing The Glass blog. Karen Cinnamon’s insider guide and inspiration for Jewish and Jew-ish brides to be.
Karen kindly dedicated a full page to our company and we thank her for this.
If you are dreaming about make your dream come true in Italy and you really want to follow your Jewish traditions, we are here to help and support in every single step of your planning.
Smashing the Glass
We are incredibly happy to share this awesome news with all our readers! Italian Wedding Company, Italian Lakes Wedding and all affiliated sites become official suppliers of amazing site Smashing the Glass web site. Smashing the Glass recommends us among its Smashing Suppliers and we ate thrilled to be part of this wonderful family.Read The Rest
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A Jewish wedding in Rome
Liora and David come from France and they decided for Rome to tie the knot. David and Liora’s wanted a wonderful jewish wedding inviting many members of their family and friends all coming from France. For me this was a great experience. I had the chance to plan a three days event following all jewish traditions.Read The Rest
An Elegant Jewish Wedding on the hills over Lake Garda
As wedding planners on Lake Garda we had the chance to work for couples coming from all over the world with different customs and religions. We had the pleasure to plan a wonderful Jewish wedding and we are pleased to share with you this great experience!Read The Rest
A Jewish Wedding in Rome Synagogue on the Jewish Culture Day in Italy
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