The Most Beautiful Celebrity Weddings Celebrated in Italy
These are the most beautiful hotels in Italy for a dreamy wedding, as approved by celebrities.
Caruso, A Belmond Hotel, Amalfi Coast
Justin Bieber & Hailey Baldwin
Perched on the highest point of Ravello, the Caruso is a tranquil, intimate destination set within an 11th-century palace, with 18th-century frescos, and Cotto tiles. Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin spent their honeymoon here in paradise.
Jessica Biel & Justin Timberlake
Recreating a Puglian 'borgo' setting, Borgo Egnazia, designed by architect Pino Brescia, is characterised by its paved villages, stone cottages and white-walled exteriors. There's an Arabian-style setting imbued, made the backdrop for Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake's Italian wedding. Indulge in the charm and serenity of the picturesque venue, where romance is laid out in all corners.
Splendido Mare, A Belmond Hotel, Portofino
Aly Michalka & Stephen Ringer
Set within the timeless glamour of the Italian riviera, Splendido Mare, A Belmond Hotel, Portofino whisks you away to one of Italy's finest locations secluded in nature. The nautical surroundings and historical charm made it the perfect wedding venue for Aly Michalka and Stephen Ringer to tie the knot.
George Clooney & Amal Alamuddin
Heartthrob George Clooney and his beautiful wife Amal, who specialises in international law and human rights, said their vows in one of the most romantic cities in the world—Venice. Aman's debut in the monumental palazzos on the Grand Canal embodies the water town's sumptuous culture and fascinating history. Unsurprisingly, the hotel group has mastered a serene setting for an indulgent wedding, celebrating world-renowned architecture, art and the iconic Venetian Lagoon.
Villa d'Este, Lake Como
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski
On the shores of Lake Como, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski held their wedding at the spectacular Villa d'Este, an enchanting setting for a pared-back ceremony. The property was originally built in 1568 as the summer residence of Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio, before it was transformed in 1873, favoured among European aristocracy.