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Getting married in Capri with a symbolic ceremony is the most common choice for couples who desire a stress-free celebration of their special day without thinking about documentation and paperwork.
A civil ceremony is recognized as a legal marriage throughout the world, and can take place not only at the City Hall in Capri or Anacapri, but also at a variety of locations approved by the local municipality.
Generally speaking, only local residents can get married with a Catholic rite on the island of Capri. Foreign couples are only allowed to get married with a Roman Catholic ceremony if:
Protestant ceremony can be legally binding if all the required documentation is provided. Another popular alternative is to have the civil ceremony first and then an outdoor symbolic religious ceremony.
A Jewish wedding in Italy can take place in a magnificent Synagogue or in a beautiful private venue, depending on whether you want an Orthodox or Reform ceremony.
A Hindu ceremony is exciting and engaging, rich with meaning and ancestral rituals, which can vary from one region to another and last anywhere from two hours to several days.
The Italian Parliament, with the “Cirinnà Law” dated 20th May 2016 and made effective on 6th June 2016, created legal recognition for civil union between two people of the same sex.