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Jewish wedding in Tuscany

When love unites a couple, every religion and tradition must be respected with style. For years, couples from all over the world and belonging to the most varied religions, choose Tuscany to organize their wedding.

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Celebrating your wedding with a Jewish ceremony in Florence should not cause any surprise. In fact, whether it is the cradle of the Renaissance, the hills of Mugello or the Chianti area, each place of the region is suitable to host a Jewish wedding if it is an expert wedding planner to organize it.

This is the case of the young couple who turned to Corsini.Events to celebrate their love according to the Jewish religion. It was a marriage of contemporary elegance, where the shades of white were the protagonists of a wonderful wedding set overlooking the Florentine hills.

Celebrating your wedding with a Jewish ceremony in Florence should not cause any surprise. In fact, whether it is the cradle of the Renaissance, the hills of Mugello or the Chianti area, each place of the region is suitable to host a Jewish wedding if it is an expert wedding planner to organize it.

This is the case of the young couple who turned to Corsini.Events to celebrate their love according to the Jewish religion. It was a marriage of contemporary elegance, where the shades of white were the protagonists of a wonderful wedding set overlooking the Florentine hills.

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A Jewish wedding in Florence

The young couple chose to get married at Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte. Immersed in the greenery of private gardens, surrounded by the colors of the sunset, the newlyweds and their guests were able to enjoy the intimacy required as well as the respect for each Jewish tradition. For example, before reading the Ketubà, the groom handed the ring for the bride to the celebrating Rabbi. This is because the exchange of rings is not a tradition of the Jewish ritual.

In the case of a Jewish ceremony, of an Italian couple or not, what are the roles and duties of the wedding planner?

A Jewish wedding in Florence

The young couple chose to get married at Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte. Immersed in the greenery of private gardens, surrounded by the colors of the sunset, the newlyweds and their guests were able to enjoy the intimacy required as well as the respect for each Jewish tradition. For example, before reading the Ketubà, the groom handed the ring for the bride to the celebrating Rabbi. This is because the exchange of rings is not a tradition of the Jewish ritual.

In the case of a Jewish ceremony, of an Italian couple or not, what are the roles and duties of the wedding planner?

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Of course, among the many tasks, there is to verify the proper conduct and fulfillment from a legal point of view of the documents required by local authorities. For example, the documents necessary for the spouses to make the marriage legally recognized, the permits for the occupation of public land, those for the passage of exceptional transports… etc.

The result of a lot of work and dedication by the staff of Corsini.Events Group, also related to set-ups, catering, design, has made even more sacred and exciting a moment so private of the couple. It was a refined ceremony that the couple will remember forever as testimony of their love.

Of course, among the many tasks, there is to verify the proper conduct and fulfillment from a legal point of view of the documents required by local authorities. For example, the documents necessary for the spouses to make the marriage legally recognized, the permits for the occupation of public land, those for the passage of exceptional transports… etc.

The result of a lot of work and dedication by the staff of Corsini.Events Group, also related to set-ups, catering, design, has made even more sacred and exciting a moment so private of the couple. It was a refined ceremony that the couple will remember forever as testimony of their love.