When you’re planning a trip away, whether it’s for a mini-break, a long vacation, your destination wedding or even your honeymoon, the best information and ideas for choosing where to go or what to do when you’re there, always come from recommendations.
Hearing about the magic atmosphere of a place first hand is priceless, being given personal advice on where to visit and when is so invaluable and taking a glimpse at the undiscovered beauty of a locality can really help you to decide if this is the perfect holiday hotspot for you.
So that’s where Travel Diaries comes in! Your favourite wedding photographers are stepping away from their day job in the wedding world and instead they are sharing stunning personal snapshots of their global adventures, revealing their most beloved corners of the globe, whilst recommending fun and fascinating things to do when you get there.
This month the super-talented Caroline from BlueCicada Photography shares her personal passion of Provence; having grown up in this picture-postcard part of France she certainly knows the places to go and how to experience Provence like a local.
If you’re getting married abroad, a love of travel and discovering new places is no doubt at the core of your decision to jet-off and host a destination wedding.
With this united passion for wanderlust in mind, this week sees the start of a new series on the blog: Travel Diaries.
Many of the tremendously gifted photographers that generously share the weddings they have photographed with this blog, also travel the world for destination weddings and of course on personal voyages too.
Travel Diaries will be bringing you stunning snapshots from all of your favourite photographers as they explore every corner of the globe. They’ll also be sharing their experiences, the must-visit hotspots they find along the way and some top travellers tips too.
So, it gives me great pleasure to introduce the first Travel Diaries feature! Michael and Andrea of Bohemian Weddings are as passionate about travel as they are photography. Their atmospheric pictures (shot mostly on film) of their exploration of the unspoilt Algarve will have you longing for quiet white sand coves and the sunshiny days of southern Portugal’s shores.