• Rome Church Wedding
  • Rome Church Wedding

The churches of Rome are a world apart, an extraordinary fusion between architecture and sacredness. For almost 2000 years Rome has been the heart of the Catholic Church and throughout the centuries, between the Vatican and Rome, were designed endless of wonderful churches that have gone through all the architectural styles from Romanesque to Gothic, from Baroque to Neoclassical.

Therefore it is not by chance that the awesomeness of Catholic weddings in Rome is so strong and so many couples decide to tie the knot in Rome for their church wedding.

If you consider that Rome hosts more than 900 Churches a journey to discover the most beautiful sacred places for your marriage is impossible to draw, so many are the possibilities and styles.

As such we always recommend, when possible, to visit the churches in person to feel the evocative atmosphere and spirit of every single church. This will also give you the opportunity to talk with the parish priest and discuss with him your marriage requirements and wishes.

But Rome, as the center of Christianity, has also some beautiful sacred places from other Christian Churches like for example the splendid Anglican Church of All Saints a stone's throw from the Spanish steps or the charming Episcopal Church of St. Paul 's Within the Walls in the city center. Other Churches are available such as the Orthodox Church, the Methodist Church, the Baptist Church, the Waldensian Church and many others.

If you have any questions or doubts about a Rome church wedding don't hesitate to contact us; as one of the more experienced Rome wedding planners, we can clarify any concerns you may have.

Discover more about our favorite churches for your stunning wedding in Rome in the below sections. You will find some of the Rome churches that we love more for a Catholic wedding. However, as mentioned, there are many other sacred places you can choose from and if you are in love with a specific Church or Basilica just let us know.

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