Protestant ceremonies are religious Christian ceremonies celebrated by Protestant pastors: they can be ‘blessings’ without civil validity or legally binding unions - if spouses meet all the necessary requirements.
Even though the Episcopalian Book of Common Prayer provides the model for most Protestant weddings, each denomination, church and officiant have their own take on music, sermons, unity candles, and audience participation.
The main denominations within the Protestant Church are Adventist, Anglican, Baptist, Reformed, Lutheran, Pentecostal, Presbyterian, Evangelist, Methodist, Episcopalian.
In Italy, Protestant churches can be found in large cities - Venice, Florence, Rome and Naples, to name a few. However, Protestant weddings can be arranged with very simple requirements in any region or city in Italy.