INTIMATE WEDDING AT ST. REGIS VENICE

INTIMATE WEDDING AT ST. REGIS VENICE

Alexandria and Cameron choose hotel St. Regis Venice as venue to set their small wedding in Venice. After an intimate ceremony in an ancient monastery, the couple and their guests arrived with the water taxis in this unique location, the only one with a terrace on the water and facing Santa Maria Della Salute Basil. Enjoy this intimate wedding at hotel St. Regis Venice to get some inspiration!

ALEXANDRIA AND CAMERON, WHY DID THEY CHOOSE TO SET THEIR WEDDING AT HOTEL ST. REGIS VENICE

Alexandria and Cameron are a young couple from Atlanta, Georgia. When they start thinking about getting married in Italy, they ended up choosing Venice very quickly as it was one of the bride’s favorite cities. 

Alex contacted us in January, and the first thing she told us is that she would like to get married on the first weekend of September, during the famous Venice Film Festival. That period of the year in Venice is very busy, as the Film Festival brings in the city a lot of tourism. In addition, there are a lot of parties after the movies show and many venues don’t take bookings for this reason.  

 The venue research started soon. They told us they were looking for a location with a breathtaking view, but at the same time they wanted to be on a terrace on the water. In Venice there are a few venues with these two features, so we proposed them hotel Gritti Palace, hotel St. Regis and hotel Bauer. These three venues are located near to each other in the area of St. Mark Square and have some beautiful but different terraces on the water. They quickly fell in love with the St. Regis’s terrace. But why did they choose to set their wedding at hotel St. Regis Venice? The terrace of this amazing venue is unique for many reasons:

1. It is located in front of Santa Maria Della Salute Basil, and so it benefits of one of the most amazing view of the whole city. This ancient basil in a baroque style is full of artworks of Tiziano and Tintoretto, and it’s been built as an offering to the Virgin Mary by the Venetian people to free them from the plague in 1630.

2. The terrace is rectangular-shaped, and this allows to project receptions in different set up. If you have a small wedding, you can set both aperitif and dinner on it. You can decide to have round or imperial tables, or have a standing buffet. The choices are different. 

 3. The most important feature of this terrace is nature that grows everywhere. In fact there are 5 trees in the center of it, and beautiful rose gardens at all its sides. The terrace of hotel St. Regis Venice is the only one that can boast to have trees inside it, and we think that’s enough to consider it unique!