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Masseria Graeco - an Italian wedding venue of dreams


Masseria Graeco Itallian Wedding Venue
Masseria Graeco Itallian Wedding Venue

If you're looking for a stunning wedding venue in Italy, Masseria Graeco might just be the place of your dreams. Located in the heart of Puglia, this beautiful masseria offers a perfect blend of traditional Italian charm and modern luxury. With its rustic stone walls, olive groves, and beautiful gardens, Masseria Graeco is an idyllic setting for an unforgettable wedding.


The venue offers a range of indoor and outdoor spaces for your ceremony and reception, including a beautiful courtyard, a pool area, and a grand hall. The décor is chic and elegant, with a neutral palette that can be customized to suit your tastes. Whether you're planning an intimate gathering or a grand celebration, Masseria Graeco can accommodate your needs and with the beautiful Puglia region on your doorstep, you and your guests can enjoy the best of what Italy has to offer. Masseria Graeco is a truly special wedding venue that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.


bride and groom at Masseria Graeco

An Italian wedding is a dream come true for many couples. The country's beautiful landscapes, rich culture, and delicious food make it an ideal destination for tying the knot. There are endless options for creating a wedding that perfectly reflects your style and personality at this stunning venue.


One of the most important aspects of an Italian wedding is the food. Italian cuisine is known for its bold flavours, fresh ingredients, and simplicity. From handmade pasta dishes to delectable seafood and meat dishes, there is something for everyone. And of course, no Italian wedding would be complete without a delicious wedding cake or traditional dessert like tiramisu.

golden hour at Masseria Graeco with bride and groom

Tip: Remember It is crucial to make time for your couple portraits on your wedding day for several reasons. Firstly, your wedding day is one of the most special days of your life, and having beautiful photographs to capture those memories is priceless. Your couple portraits will allow you to look back on your wedding day and remember the love and excitement that you felt.


Secondly, your couple portraits will be some of the most cherished images from your wedding day. These photographs will be passed down through generations, and your children and grandchildren will be able to see the love that you shared on your wedding day. Finally, taking time for your couple portraits allows you to take a step back from the hustle and bustle of your wedding day and focus on each other. Your wedding day will fly by, but taking a moment to capture some intimate moments with your partner will allow you to slow down and cherish the time that you have together.



When is the best time to get married in Italy?

bride and groom during golden hour at Masseria Graeco italy

The most popular months for weddings in Italy are May, June, September, and October. During these months, the weather is typically mild and pleasant, making it ideal for outdoor ceremonies and receptions. However, keep in mind that these months are also peak tourist season, so prices may be higher and venues may be more crowded. If you're looking for a more budget-friendly option, consider getting married during the off-season, which is typically December through February. While the weather may be colder and some venues may be closed, you can often find better deals on accommodations and services.

Golden Hour at Masseria Graeco

bride and groom hugging at Masseria Graeco italy

Golden hour is a magical time of day (especially at Masseria Graeco) that has long been favoured by photographers for its warm, soft light that is perfect for capturing stunning portraits. When it comes to wedding photography, golden hour is especially important, as it can add a romantic, dreamy quality to your wedding portraits.

During this time, the sun is low in the sky and the light is filtered through the atmosphere, creating a warm, golden glow. This light is perfect for creating a soft, romantic look that is sure to make your wedding portraits stand out.

To make the most of golden hour, it's important to plan your photo shoot accordingly. You'll want to schedule your portraits for the hour before sunset, so make sure you plan your wedding timeline accordingly. This will give you plenty of time to capture all of the shots you want before the sun sets.

When it comes to posing for your portraits, make sure you work with your photographer to create some stunning shots. The soft light of golden hour is perfect for creating a romantic, dreamy look, so make sure you take advantage of it. Whether you're posing with your partner, your bridal party, or your family, golden hour is the perfect time to capture some truly magical moments.

Q & As

Q: Is it legal for foreigners to get married in Italy?

A: Yes, it is legal for foreigners to get married in Italy.

Q: What is the required legal documentation for getting married in Italy?

A: Foreigners must provide a valid passport and be in Italy for at least three days before the wedding ceremony. Additionally, a "Nulla Osta" certificate must be obtained from the embassy or consulate of the bride and groom's home country.


Q: What price would you charge to photograph our Destination wedding?

A: You can see my Packages HERE

Q: What is a "Nulla Osta" certificate?

A: A "Nulla Osta" certificate is a document that certifies that there are no legal impediments to the marriage. It is issued by the embassy or consulate of the bride and groom's home country.

Q: What is the process for obtaining a "Nulla Osta" certificate?

A: The process for obtaining a "Nulla Osta" certificate can vary depending on the embassy or consulate. Generally, it requires submitting a request along with the necessary documentation.

Q: What is the process for obtaining a marriage license in Italy?

A: There is no marriage license in Italy. Instead, the couple must make a declaration of intent to marry at the town hall.

Q: Can a civil ceremony be performed in English?

A: It is possible to have a civil ceremony performed in English, but it may depend on the town hall and the availability of an English-speaking official.

Q: What is the cost of getting married in Italy?

A: The cost of getting married in Italy can vary depending on the location and the services required. Generally, it can range from a few thousand euros to tens of thousands of euros.

Q: What are some popular wedding locations in Italy?

A: Some popular wedding locations in Italy include Tuscany, Lake Como, the Amalfi Coast, and Venice.

Q: What is the best time of year to get married in Italy?

A: The best time of year to get married in Italy depends on the location and the couple's preferences. Generally, the spring and Autumn are popular times because the weather is mild and there are fewer tourists.

Q: What are some unique wedding traditions in Italy?

A: Some unique wedding traditions in Italy include tossing rice or confetti at the newlyweds, cutting a wedding cake with a sword, and having a "tarantella" dance at the reception.


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bride and groom evening photos at Masseria Graeco italy

Where do I start with planning my Italian wedding?

First, decide on the location in Italy where you want to have your wedding. Some popular wedding destinations in Italy include Tuscany, the Amalfi Coast, Lake Como, and Venice. Consider factors such as the availability of venues, transportation options, and accommodation for your guests.

Next, set a budget for your wedding. This will help guide your decisions on vendors, venues, and other expenses. You may want to hire a wedding planner who specializes in destination weddings in Italy to help you navigate the process and ensure that everything runs smoothly. Once you have a location and budget in mind, start researching vendors such as photographers, caterers, florists, and musicians. Many wedding venues in Italy offer packages that include these services.


Finally, make sure to take care of any legal requirements for getting married in Italy, such as obtaining the necessary visas and documentation.

Planning a wedding can be a lot of work, but with careful planning and preparation, your Italian wedding can be a dream come true.




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