In Italy, the protest faith is exercised in several different churches: Adventist, Anglican, Baptist, Evangelic, Lutheran, and many more. A protest ceremony can be performed in churches in some of the Italy’s major cities (Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples), but also in splendid villas, castles, gardens, and fabulous resorts.
The protest ceremony has few restrictions: it is characterized by elements that can vary depending on the tradition and theological teachings of the specific religion, and those which are common to all. The ceremony generally starts by greeting the guests, followed by an introduction, the readings of the Sacred Scriptures and the Declaration of Consent. The guests participate actively in the ceremony, singing hymns and repeating the promises together with the couple. The service ends with an exchange of vows and rings, followed by the Blessing,
For weddings that also are legally binding, the couple must provide the Minister with specific documents from the country of origin, which will then be completed with the necessary Italian documents.
At the end of the ceremony, the documents must be signed and consigned to the Town Hall of the chosen locality.