Catholic ceremony in a Church in Vatican, Rome
Rome is the core of Christianity, the site of the Vatican, and several couples choose Rome to celebrate their Catholic wedding in one of the most beautiful churches of the city
You may also get married at the Vatican, in the Choir Chapel within Saint Peter’s Basilica’s, or in the church of Saint Anna.
The exceptionally beautiful Choir Chapel off the south aisle can host 100 seated guests and another 100 standing, for a total of 200 guests.
Weddings celebrated here undergo special rules, such as days and times, and follow a strict protocol both to obtain the authorization, and in the choice of suppliers and flower arrangements. All the suppliers must be approved by the Vatican and are all subject to strict rules.
Wedding in Rome will assist you in the procedures and will give you a list of the authorized suppliers.
The Church of St. Anna is a small jewel located on the right of St. Peter’s square, and weddings may celebrated every day of the week except Sundays.
Construction of this church started in 1565 following a project of the architect Giacomo Barozzi, often simply called Vignola, and ended in 1583.
The Parish of St. Anna in the Vatican was created in 1929, and the pastoral care of the new parish was entrusted to the Augustinian Order.
Contact us to obtain all the information to crown your dream to get married at the Vatican.
Wedding group picture in Sant'Anna Church in Vatican, Rome
Bride and groom walking in Rome
Scottish wedding in Rome
Bridal party picture in the Church in Rome
Bride and groom exit
Catholic ceremony in a baroque Church
Wedding ceremony moment
Catholic wedding ceremony moment
Wedding ceremony moment in Rome
View from the altar
Catholic church altar
Exchange of rings
Moment of the Catholic ceremony in Rome