Recently, a source told The Sun newspaper that Lady Gaga has been talking about her love of Venice, Italy. Apparently, she hopes to visit some wedding venues after her upcoming concert in Milan next month. So, we took it upon ourselves to pull some options for Gaga to check out. Some are unexpected in true Gaga style, while others are more traditional, but still strikingly romantic. Check them out!
1 of 4
A Secret Garden Wedding
For a more traditional spin, Gaga could go for a secret garden affair. It would be the epitome of romance, which is one of the reasons Gaga fell in love with Italy.
2 of 4
Aboard the Galleon
Now this is a little more of Lady Gaga's speed (read: weird and unexpected). We could see Gaga and her closest friends and family dining below deck in this ship. The romantic Venetian canals would be the ideal ceremony backdrop.
3 of 4
This 15th century hotel has been declared a National Monument in Italy so you know it has to be as spectacular in person as the pictures look. Murals adorn the walls and ceilings producing an effortlessly romantic effect.
4 of 4
If Gaga is planning a wedding in Venice, it only makes sense that the venue overlooks the canals. And the large ballroom at Excelsior definitely does. The sky-high windows open up to water views -- she could even get married on their outdoor terrace.
From: Cumberland, ME (small town girl with big-city aspirations). Ideal groom: Gael Garcia Bernal or Javier Bardem -- less No Country for Old Men, more Vicky Christina Barcelona. Veil or no veil: Definitely veil. One thing I would never leave home without: A good book (and chapstick). Piece I look forward to every week:Style Stalker.See my favorite wedding ideas here! And follow me on Twitter @amanda__black read more
Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.