Are you excited to say yes to your soulmate for eternity and dreaming of your perfect ceremony? You have a choice of either a civil or a symbolic wedding. With a civil wedding, you will be legally married to your partner. It is a traditional Italian ceremony, conducted in both Italian and your language. Even though it is usually standardized we can still add some personal touches. Your other option is a symbolic wedding, which isn’t legally valid, but you can freely express your personality, values, tastes and choose the vows and symbolism you prefer. I am very flexible, both in personal and business life. I do my best to make the couple relax before and during their wedding. You just tell me your story, style and dreams and I turn everything into a bespoke ceremony which highly reflects you as a couple.


The content of the script is highly personalized with poems, readings, rituals, music and everything you fell like! You can get married anywhere, in the countryside, in a farm or in a wood , on the bank of a river or on the lake shore… in a boat…wherever… it’s just up to you…
In short, a symbolic ceremony has no restrictions!
I’ll create your own ceremony script based entirely on your story, personalities and hopes and I’ll give you advice on readings, music, symbolic ritual and any other elements which can make your day a memorable one and your ceremony unique.
Involve your children or guests in the ceremony to personalize it even more!

Personalized ceremonies for everybody

Different types of ceremonies, from Baby Naming to Weddings and Vow Renewals… the important moments of life and family! Do you speak different languages? Would you like to reunite your families and friends for an international ceremony? I speak Italian, but also English, German, French and Spanish

Some rituals

Unity rituals are old symbolic traditions which are very trendy in modern ceremonies.
Including a ritual in your symbolic ceremony is an excellent way to personalize your event.
Rituals add personality and romanticism to your day and can involve just the couple or the entire family .


It is well-known and very and light have always represented energy since man has always needed fire to survive. The groom and the bride each holds a lit candle and light a third one together. You can customize this ritual according to your tastes and favorite colours .The candles are mementos that can keep the memory alive forever. Children or other family members can be involved in the ritual. Children could hold different candles, maybe of different colours too, and light the central candle after the bride and groom to symbolize the energy of the entire family.


Bride and groom plant a little plant or seed in a vase.. this signifies the energy they give to the plant as individuals . The plant will grow together with the new couple and, if they take care of it, it will grow more and more, meaning the energy they give together. Kids love to get their hands dirty too, so let them help you! It will be something you are all proud of in years to come and help you keep this day a memorable one. In case are flying, the adoption of a tree in a park or botanical garden you can leave your sign in Italy too .

SAND CEREMONY - Blending of the sands

One of the favourite rituals to symbolize UNITY. The couple mix two different colours of sand into one container meaning their lives are entwined . Children can add their own sand forming several layers of colorful sand to reinforce the unity of the family. The result will be a nice colourful memento . You won’t be able to separate the grains of the colours once you’ve poured them. This means that the couple, or the whole family, will be joined together forever. At the same time you can still distinguish the different colors; this means that each member keeps his/her personality. You can use any kind of sand, the one you took on your favourite beach or the beach where you first met or said... Yes.


It has got Celtic origins. In ancient Ireland, when two people chose to be married, they were brought together to have a braided cord or ribbon tied around their hands in the presence of a priest. This act symbolized the couple were engaged for a year. After the year was up, the couple returned to the priest and either declared their intent to be married or declared that they weren't a good match. Both would then be free to choose another partner.
This is a very colourful and visually more alive ritual because you can use ribbons, cords or strings in general of different colours and materials, which you can personalize. Moreover different colours have different meanings.
Members of the family can take part in the rite in different ways (you can tie the ends in different ways and add as many ribbons as you like). That’s why we also use “tie-the-knot” as a synonym for wed.


It is a a box that will be filled with relevant wedding objects and be reopened at a very precise time (anniversary or life milestone) in the future to recollect the wedding day. You could lock your vows inside… and why not a bottle of champagne?


What a nice memento for your house and your future, maybe for you children to show them who “founded” their family… you can leave your prints in clay or other materials and enclose them in a frame on the wall or in the flooring as a symbol of solidity and strength. This ritual is also used during a baby naming ceremony… how sweet to have baby prints to keep your memories alive.


A ring warming ceremony is a tradition that involves passing around the wedding rings to guests. Upon receiving the rings, guests “warm” them up with good wishes or positive vibes for the couple's future together and then pass them to the next person. Wedding rings are a visible symbol of a couple’s commitment to one another and a ring warming allows the rings to be “blessed” by all the people who love the couple and witness their love.


Although unclear, this tradition seems to have Afro-American origins. During slavery in the United States, brooms were readily available and could be used in wedding ceremonies. Enslaved people would jump over the broom to marry since they could not legally wed. Jumping the broom takes place at the very end of the wedding ceremony, after the officiant pronounces the couple as officially married. The newlyweds jump over a broomstick to symbolize sweeping away their old lives and welcoming their new life together. This ritual is often used to make peace after couple’s problems or in same-sex weddings to overcome prejudice.