When you look for a Top celebrant in Italy, remember that first impressions count. Then, if you need a list of standout features, do not forget glowing reviews, experience, multilingual skills are always preferred, style, and good vibes.

A Top celebrant in Italy is not only required to speak good English but also to have a passion and talent for Italian.

Even if you may not need a bilingual ceremony, you may like the idea of interspersing it with poems, songs, or readings in Italian. The words and language he/she uses should evoke emotion, as well as the sound of his/her voice, which should delight you.

Look for 100% accuracy, a refined person, emanating relaxed, warm, and fun vibes; someone open, honest, and pretty damn enthusiastic when it comes to two people in love. Your long-awaited day deserves an Italian brilliant, cultured storyteller, thus being able to find inspiration from your wedding venue and the country he/she is called to represent.

If you love Italy and are planning a destination wedding here, the celebrant should be the additional value capable of adding that authentic, charming Italian touch everyone likes to get a hint of.

I am so grateful to have found a role I love so much. When you hire me, you don’t just hire a professional, but rather an Italian experience that starts from the first phone call. That said, you can introduce yourself to me right here.

From the ceremony script for Clara & Dominik:

Clara und Dominik wollen ihren Bund durch das Ritual des Bandes auch symbolisch unterstreichen. Es ist ein sehr alter Brauch, der schon von den Griechen und den Römern praktiziert wurde.

Die verschiedenen Farben symbolisieren Liebe, Stärke, Weisheit, Zartheit und Teilen, und indem Sie ihre Hände mit diesen Bändern verbinden, symbolisieren Sie auch ihre gegenseitige Verpflichtung.

Partners Weddingitaly, LoveOnPhotography.