Getting married in Florence embodies its unofficial slogan, “assaporare la dolce vita” (savour the sweet life). After all, the city is known as the birthplace of Italian gelato, Dante Alighieri, and many famous artists of the Renaissance, including Michelangelo. Rich in culture, famous for its fresh food, rich history and abundant arts, the Florentine lifestyle is enviably sweet. Everywhere you go in this small, well-packed treasure chest of art is a picture postcard.
Stand on a bridge over the Arno several times in a day and watch the light and mood change. A sunset hike to Piazzale Michelangelo will dazzle you with a palette of soft pink, gentle orange and fiery amber. Our photographer will snap you and your beloved enjoying a cappuccino sitting in a cozy outdoor cafe as the sun rises, tasting a pistachio gelato as you stroll around the city center, and indulging in an aperitivo at dusk. If you're looking for an intimate sensual backdrop for your wedding vows, Florence will exceed your expectations. The best time to marry is from March to November.