wedding venues leicestershire in Wedding Suppliers in Italy near Lazio

Welcome to our a-list of trusted destination wedding suppliers in Italy here to help you plan the perfect wedding in Italy – and buona fortuna for your wedding adventure.

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00055 Palo Laziale, Rome, Lazio, Italy
1,187.32 mi from Lazio
LA POSTA VECCHIA HOTEL is an elegant five star luxury hotel offering 19 rooms and suites, a heated-indoor pool, a Health & Beauty Club, and a gourmet restaurant, The Cesar.
Largo dell'Olgiata, 75 00123, Rome, Lazio, Italy
1,197.16 mi from Lazio
Your Dreamshaper: that’s who I am. Passionate about Rome, Italy, love and fun. Ready to dream with you to make your Big Day the one-of-a-kind experience you will always remember with joy.
Viale Giuseppe Mazzini 132, Rome, Lazio, Italy
1,207.11 mi from Lazio
Tecnoservice2000 was born in 2000 as lighting company, after some years has grown and became Full Service Company for lighting, sound, video and scenography.
Piazza della Trinità dei Monti, 6, Rome, Lazio 00187, Italy
1,208.95 mi from Lazio
Iconic, legendary, incomparable. Hassler Roma, the exclusive luxury 5 stars hotel - managed by Roberto E. Wirth, owner, President and General Manager - is the very symbol of hospitality.
Via Veneto, 155, Rome, Lazio 00187, Italy
1,209.16 mi from Lazio
The Hotel is nestled in the “dolce vita” street, popular worldwide because every corner recalls many memories, pieces of history and myths. The facades are just the first and most apparent evidence of the perfect union of olden and modern times
Piazza Vittorio E. Orlando, 3, Rome, Lazio 00185, Italy
1,209.63 mi from Lazio
Opened by César Ritz 122 years ago (1894) as Rome's first deluxe hotel, The St Regis Rome represents the focal point of Rome's diplomatic and political life.
Piazza della Repubblica, 47 - 00185 , Rome, Lazio, Italy
1,209.79 mi from Lazio
During the XIX century, the famous Italian architect Gaetano Koch built two twin palaces overlooking the majestic Piazza della Repubblica also known as Esedra, as the Romans used to call it because of its semicircular shape.