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Italy has resumed the first marriages with all the precautions against the pandemic.


Destination wedding in Tuscany

Weddings in Italy have been impossible until now.

Well, good news! Weddings are ready to re-start!


The Italian government has finally issued regulations for wedding ceremonies. Below is a summary of the main points, which might slightly change or affect your previous arrangements.


Now you can do it, you have to follow the rules but keep on dreaming!


The Italian government has finally issued regulations for wedding ceremonies. Below is a summary of the main points, which may slightly modify or affect the previous provisions.

Now you can do it, you have to follow the rules but keep on dreaming!


The text was received by the Government on Thursday 11 and, during this weekend, the Italian Regions are issuing the ordinances confirming the implementation of the guidelines in the territory starting from Monday 15 June.


Here are the Regions that have already given the green light:


  • Abruzzo

  • Calabria

  • Campania (the only one to have started again on the 8th, with an ad hoc specification on weddings)

  • Emilia Romagna (expressly allows dancing, but only in outdoor spaces and with an interpersonal distance of at least 2 meters).

  • Friuli Venezia Giulia

  • Lazio

  • Liguria

  • Lombardy

  • Molise

  • Piedmont

  • Puglia (who drafted a detailed document on weddings)

  • Sicily

  • Tuscany (with an ordinance valid from 11 June)

  • Umbria

  • Valle d'Aosta

  • Veneto

The ordinances of Sardinia, Basilicata, Marche and Trentino Alto Adige are still pending.


Here are the new basic regulations in short for Destination Wedding in Italy


- In Church

Guests must wear a mask and must sit 1 m from each other – (please check with your church on the maximum number of guests allowed to ensure social distancing) – Guests must not enter or exit all together and must not gather outside the church. The bride and groom must wear a mask (check with your church) Live background music is allowed, but no choirs.


- Outdoor symbolic or civil ceremonies:

The bride and groom and guests DO NOT have to wear masks. Guests who don’t belong to the same family must sit 1 m from each other.

Most important the venue’s staff must check the body temperature of each guest. If higher than 37.5 C the guest cannot be permitted, before entering the venue.


- Reception venue:

if different from the ceremony venue, the venue’s staff will check the body temperature of all guests upon entry. If higher than 37.5 C the guest cannot be permitted. The welcome cocktail: buffet service is not possible. Waiters will serve food and drinks on trays, being passed around. Guests do not have to wear a mask if the cocktail hour is outside.


- The wedding Dinner:

tables are placed apart to respect social distancing rules. Each table must sit guests mainly belonging to the same family. Guests do not have to wear a mask while sitting but need to wear one if they move around the venue.


- Music and Dancing:

music is not allowed unless all guests wear a mask. Dancing is allowed.


- Photos and videos:

photographers and videographers must wear a mask. Currently, it is not possible to have family photos with friends is unless they are 1 mt apart from each other.



Before leaving for Italy, remember to read the regulations for travelling to another country.

Read here if you can find her in the UK.


https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control


Do you want more detailed information on the regulations in Italy?

Write to me and I will answer your questions


Angela Salzano






 

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