Getting married in a castle in Italy is the perfect setting for an absolutely dreamy wedding. An Italy castle wedding means choosing between a range of  middle-aged castles, many of which have a prestigious view thanks to their dominating position.

The Castello Ruspoli is located at the gates of the well-known Etruscan area named Tuscia, situated in the northernmost side of Lazio region, 50 km away from Orvieto. Journeying up to the castle, guests will be mesmerized by the striking driveway that leads to an impressive Portcullis. As with many of these prestigious ancient properties, this private castle, owned by the Orsini family, was turned into a wedding venue as well as a filming location.

If you are thinking of getting married in a castle in Italy, Castello Ruspoli offers exclusive use and you only need to search online to imagine yourselves in the wide Italian Renaissance garden, hands occupied by a glass of Prosecco, enjoying your wedding dinner under the stars. The Castello Ruspoli parterre is acclaimed worldwide as a typical Italian Renaissance garden enriched by the laurel and boxwood hedges that draw the elegant patterns typical of this historic period.

Do you know that this sought-after border area between Lazio and Tuscany has the greatest concentration of historic Renaissance gardens in the world as Villa Lante, Villa Farnese at Caprarola, The Sacro Bosco di Bomarzo…?

If you are an elegant classy couple, just like our recent newly-weds, Federica and Cristiano, then an Italy castle wedding at Castello Ruspoli is ideal for you. Federica and Cristiano, from Rome, found it while casually searching for Italian castle venues online and it was the perfect match for them.

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They could get ready, then have the ceremony and reception all within a 50-meter walk, so guests didn’t even have to think about moving their cars between locations. Beautiful Frederica and Cristiano opted for a Catholic ceremony celebrated in the Church of Santa Maria, located in front of the Castle, across the square. The eclectic nature of the castle itself permits the celebration other kinds of ceremonies in the gardens too.

An Italy castle wedding guarantees an exceptional, exclusive and truly memorable marriage without passing up the ever-popular dreamy atmosphere. After the ceremony, the married couple and guests enjoyed dinner under the starry sky, and guests were delighted with the delicious local food set up in the Reinassance parterre. If you’re likely to have around 100–150 guests at your wedding, you’ll be sure to have an amazing, rowdy party of guests, and it’s likely that the dance floor will be buzzing – always a super fun moment to capture as a photographer! It was no surprise at Frederica and Cristiano’s wedding that the live band rocked until first glimpse of sunrise!

If you long to get married in a castle in Italy, we can’t wait to hear from you. And maybe we’ll celebrate together at Castello Ruspoli!

Photo: Framelines
Video: 3 Monkeys film
Mua : Germanhor
Venue: Castello Ruspoli