Gozo, from most beautiful historic buildings to the bright blue Mediterranean Sea, the island has the perfect backdrop for your wedding. And with over 300 sunny days a year, it is more than likely that all will be set fair for your big day.
Gozo means “joy” and is believed by many to be Homer’s Isle of Calypso where the sea nymph held Odysseus spell bound for seven years. What better place for a wedding. Whether you are looking for a small, intimate ceremony with close family and friends or an all-out feast, Gozo has something to suit.
Gozo Weddings from civil wedding ceremonies, renewal of the vows to church weddings followed with dinner and reception.
The island of Gozo, Malta’s sister island has a vast range of products and services available which make planning the ceremony relatively stress free and great value for money.
Being predominantly Roman Catholic, the Islands boast around 365 beautiful churches, making Gozo the ideal destination for those desiring a religious wedding. The elegance and splendor of one of Malta’s baroque parish church will provide a beautiful setting to a special day, or if intimacy and seclusion is desired, the many charming countryside chapels are ideal. However, couples of other denominations will also find their perfect place of worship for their dream wedding. For those opting for a civil wedding, there is no end to the lovely indoor or outdoor venues to decide on.
Since Gozo has such a varied and colorful historical past, there are a number of interesting venues to choose from and are in no way limited to hotels and churches. The grandiose will love one of the grand baroque palaces with stunning gardens and those preferring something more rustic can choose a beautiful farmhouse set in the quaint countryside of Gozo. For nature lovers, Malta’s many beautiful sandy beaches, backdrops and countryside provide a location like no other.
Malta weddings promotes Gozo and offer the services of a personal wedding planner from the beginning to the end including all services such as make-up and hair artist, photographer, bridal bouquet, groom’s buttonhole and wedding cake.
A large buffet reception is very much part of the traditional Maltese wedding, but if you prefer a British style sit-down wedding breakfast, or indeed something more bespoke, the Islands have a range of experienced and professional caterers who offer a wide selection of luxury modern dishes in addition to local cuisine.
Once married, the ‘going away’ ritual is a memorable moment. So whether you choose a horse-drawn Karrozzin, a sleek limousine or even a traditional Dgħajsa boat in Valletta’s Grand Harbour you’ll be sure to enter your married life in unforgettable style.
Being Gozo is only 15 minutes away from the North tip of Malta guests can opt to stay in Gozo or Malta. With our contacts and professional stuff we will gfuide you and your guests through the complete process and promise to give all the most memorable experience.
Youe Malta and Gozo Wedding planner with over 20 years of experience.
Rosemarie Agius Delia