Alessandro Mari Photography

Wedding Castello di Rosciano

What is more funny and enjoyable than a real wedding in Irish style with people from Ireland!? Every time that we have couples who come from Ireland we are so glad because we know for sure that we’ll enjoy the wedding from the beginning to the end with laughs and…drinks.:)

This wedding was held in one of the best venues in Umbria, Castello di Rosciano. Why couples should choose the Castello di Rosciano for their wedding?

To take all the steps for a perfect day, the choice of the venue is a essential. Weddings at the Castle are a real speciality, with space licensed for ceremonies, plus a gorgeous courtyard for welcome drinks and a set up for celebrations.
Civil ceremony are legally recognized and are celebrated in the garden or in the old church.
We know that the Irish or English weddings have the blessings during the ceremony or at the reception. A blessing, is a “gift of divine favor; invocation or benediction.” It can also be a prayer said before a meal. Sometimes, blessings are simply well-wishes of others who approve of something, such as a marriage.
Wedding traditions are typically passed down through families or through faith practices. Therefore, a traditional blessing at a wedding is usually one that has been used time and time again. So don’t panic folks…The Venue provide for you an intimate and romantic chapel to handle it.
And what else!? You can hire the whole venue and you can have all your guests with you. Throw a morning after champagne, beers and Prosecco and a little branch, all can enjoy the Castle with the bride and groom.

The Castello di Rosciano is an impeccable venue, beautiful and well organized and apt for every couple. From the ceremony to the end everything is absolutely perfect … even the food is just amazing, delicious and tasty.

So Castello is really a non stop- party attitude. This was so at the Kelly and Gerard’s Irish wedding. They danced all night long with their friends. The party was really “fiesta” for everyone.



Photos: Alessandro&Elisa

Video: Tommaso Scalise Videomaker

Flower: Innamorati Pazzi Studio Art Fiori

Venue: Castello di Rosciano