Lindsey Coleman (British) founded Venice Events in 1985 with the first wedding in Venice request to organize documents for a UK couple getting married in the city. From then the company has developed into an experienced organization, with 3 Directors, and a team of knowledgeable and discreet wedding planners and co-ordinators, orchestrating beautiful weddings in Venice and weddings in Italy. That first civil ceremony has been followed by 100’s of gorgeous weddings, from simple meaningful renewal of vows for two, to complicated glamorous events and including many diverse religious ceremonies.
Book your wedding or event with us and you have the assurance and backing of a fully licensed and insured agency and a huge ‘plus of the majority of planners being either English mother-tongue or very fluent in English.
We absolutely love organizing surprises: a romantic marriage proposal in a special place or even a renewal of vows to wow your partner. There are lots of ideas to suit all budgets and we pay a great deal of attention to the small details that make all the difference.Surprise Proposals: Finding the right way to propose can be stressful. Particularly because the moment you propose is a moment that will be etched into your partner’s mind forever. It is a moment they will have dreamt of since they were little, and a story you will tell your friends, family, children and grandchildren.
We have hundreds of unique ideas, which can be personalised for you and your partner. Is she an idealist? Why not take her on a gondola ride, with a written proposal arranged by serenade? Is he an outdoors type? Why not arrange a day’s hike in the Dolomites for the two of you? We have arranged proposals of marriage in private palaces, at Venice’s many landmarks and even a ‘phantom of the opera’ themed, ultra-romantic proposal on the steps of the famous La Fenice theatre with actors involved.
Renewal of Vows: We have organised some beautiful ceremonies on gondolas, roof top terraces at sunset, and most notably, an anniversary renewal on a balcony overlooking St Mark’s with a violinist serenade.