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1. What is the dress code?
We encourage our guests to wear muted or earthy colors to compliment the aesthetic of the venue. For the Welcome Party, garden party attire, and for the Wedding, formal attire (suits for the gentlemen and long dresses for the ladies!) The daytime temperatures can reach 85-90 degrees but the nights get a bit cooler around 75 degrees.
(The ceremony will
 take place at 5 pm)

2. Will the ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception take place indoors or outdoors?
The welcome party, ceremony, and cocktail hour/dinner will be outdoors. 

3. Have you booked hotel room blocks for guests? 
Yes. All 42 rooms at the Villa have been blocked from Friday-Sunday. We encourage our guests to stay on-site for the duration of the weekend.
The sooner we have our RSVPs back, the sooner we can open up the rooms to be booked.

4. When is the RSVP deadline?
The sooner the better! But, January 1st, 2024 is the deadline.

5. Can I bring a plus one?
We are at capacity with our venue which means we are sadly unable to accommodate additional guests not listed on your invitation. We look forward to celebrating with you on the day!

6. What is the timeline for the wedding day?
We suggest that all of our guests enjoy their Saturday with an experience through Villa Petriolo, lounging at the pool, enjoying a service at the spa, or hiking through the multiple paths onsite. The ceremony does not begin until 5 pm.

7. Are any meals included with the stay?
Yes. Breakfast is included with your stay and is from 7 am-10 am every morning.
It is delicious and fille
d us up until later in the afternoon so definitely take advantage of it!

8. Is there parking available at the venue?

9. Will there be meal options for guests with dietary restrictions or allergies?

Absolutely, just make sure you complete that section of your RSVP accordingly. 

10. Where is the Welcome Party taking place?
The welcome party will take place at Villa Petriolo.

11. Renting a car?
There are a few things to note when renting a car in Italy.
1) AMEX does not cover loss and damage in Italy but Chase Sapphire does. However, the cardholder has to be the main drive
r and the reservation must be booked using the Sapphire in order for the car to be covered. If you do not have this card then we highly suggest purchasing the additional insurance through the company, we found SIXT to be the best when we travel there.
2) You MUST get an International driver's Permit from AAA prior to arriving in Italy. The cost is $20 and it takes 5 minutes to get.

Mom in Italy breaks it all down below 


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