A wedding brings a girl's fairytale dreams to life, but first things first—a prenup shoot has to set the vibe. It has become a part of a wedding checklist to find an interesting location or to conceptualize a theme that basically sums their relationship up. If you are into traveling, or if you still are on the lookout for a location where you could do your prenup shoot, read on SweetEscape's recommended locations to get an idea:
Synonymous with pristine beaches and luxury villas, Bali is a haven for couples who don't just settle for beautiful swimming locations. Majestic temples such as that of Pura Besakih will give your photos a more dramatic look, while the popular beaches of Kuta, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua will surely set a tranquil seascape to complement a couple in love.
This charming city is home to districts of diverse landscapes where you could do shoots of different themes, including a cherry blossom photo session which is best done in Ueno Park, Yoyogi Park, or in Shinjuku Gyoen National Park. Pose in the middle of the bustling crossing in Shibuya, share a bowl of authentic ramen in Akihabara, or walk through the bamboo forest in Kamakura—all these and more of the modern mood with a touch of traditional culture when in Tokyo, Japan.
Who would ever say "no" to a photo with the Eiffel Tower in the background? This timeless photo shoot idea is applicable to any celebration of any kind including engagement. Pop that Parisian-inspired outfit on and wander hand-in-hand into the City of Love. Every corner is magical that even candid photos would make it to your best shots!
Mentioning the Westminster Bridge, London Eye, and the Big Ben alone would surely make you drool over such lovely spots in London, which best suit a dreamy prenup shoot for couples who love jet-setting. This vibrant city boasts a classic but chic vibe with landmarks that would surely make an iconic photo set.
A modern couple fits into a modern city, that is Sydney. Go on a yacht cruise before sunset and see how the Sydney Opera House in the background glows but never takes the spotlight from you as the subject. The Observatory Hill is also one of the most popular engagement shoot spots which give a spectacular view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Viewing decks of the Taal Lake, landscaped gardens, Greek-inspired villas, and amusement parks and picnic area in a hilltop setting, all within one city—what more could you ask for? Have a laidback photo session and just wear your most comfortable clothes because we assure you, the view of Taal Lake never disappoints.
Slay that sun-kissed look as you ride the waves in tandem when in Siargao. This island in the Philippines with attractions such as the Naked Island, Sohoton cave, and the Magpupungko rock pool has been gaining attention as a location not only best for surfing, but also for seeking paradise in an island of tranquil and unspoiled beauty.
With a view straight out of a postcard, the magical Cappadocian landscape flocked with colorful hot air balloons flying over "fairy chimneys" will make a stunning photo session that's almost too astonishing to believe. It's either you wait for the magic hour at Sunset Point in Goreme or simply ride a hot air balloon with an experienced pilot for a more adventurous shot.
Choose among Porporela, Komarda Beach, the Walls of Dubrovnik, Lokrum Island, or the Old Town Sponza Palace—these spots in the Mediterranean region of Dubrovnik will make you feel like a character set in a medieval film, only that you are the lead characters with a budding love story. Add to that is a view of the shimmering, blue waters of the Adriatic Sea living up to its nickname, "The Pearl of the Adriatic".
Ready for colors? Fly to New Zealand and experience overwhelming sceneries in form of lush fields, crystal clear lake waters, and snow-capped mountain peaks, just like in the movies. There's just too much nature in this city that you wouldn't really need sophisticated outfits or overly-directed poses because the scenery could do the trick for you.
Ready your itineraries and off you go to the destination of your choice for that most-awaited prenup shoot! Well, an amazing location deserves an equally good photographer and SweetEscape certainly has on for your needs anywhere you may need them.
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As every parent would tell you, travelling with kids can be extremely tough! There are tons of tiny details and preparations that need to be ironed-out before you even set out of your home, not to mention that a lot of times the things and places that the parents want to do and visit are not the ones favourable to the kids'. Don't worry, we're here for you! Here's a list of activities you and your kids can do together during your spring travel to Amsterdam, and rest assured, you will find these activities equally exciting!
The best way to experience the wonders of the canals of Amsterdam is by hopping on a boat and taking a boat tour. The beautiful and unique canal houses along the canals makes great setting for your family photo session. Your kids can also learn about the Netherlands' famous canals system from the guides!
A very Dutch way to get around Amsterdam is on bakfiets, a large bucket attached to the front of a bike, which your kids will definitely love! Let your kids to sit safely inside the bakfiets and cycle through Amsterdam's numerous bike-lanes to many interesting spots in and around the city, including Vondelpark, the largest park of the city with lots to offer for kids such as The Melkhuis, Kinderkookcafe (where children can cook little dishes while you enjoy a cup of coffee), and a lovely paddling pool. Check out these other great spots for cycling too!
The Netherlands produces some famous painters throughout history, and you can start to spark some creativity in your kids by taking them to some of these famous museum. The Van Gogh Museum is pleasantly light and modern, with paintings that are very colourful and accessible to children. The 17th Century Rembrandt House is also very interesting, giving us a glimpse of how Rembrandt (and other well-to-do Amsterdam inhabitants) lived in the ‘Golden Age’. Start nurturing the future artist in them!
The Nine Streets is another interesting place to visit. These nine little streets are filled with small and unique shops, ranging from fashion boutiques, to art stores, and even a toothbrush shop! One of the best places to take your kids to in the Nine Streets is Pancakes Amsterdam Negen Straatjes, a pancake shop that offers a world-wide variety of pancakes, including Dutch's famous pannekoek!
Unique to Spring, The King's Day is a festival to celebrate the birthday King Willem-Alexander, the current ruling monarch, and is held every April 27th. Cycle past the spectacle with your kids on the Bakfiets (see number 2!) and let them take it the explosion of bright orange colours throughout the city, or take part in a plethora of activities and fun games in the many carnivals and pop-up markets around Amsterdam and many other cities!
Make your Amsterdam visit with your kids memorable this Spring with SweetEscape! We connect you to 2000+ professional photographers in more than 400 cities around the world, so all you and your children have to do is to create memories, while we take great photos of your every moment! Use the code FIRSTESCAPE on your first SweetEscape booking to get USD50 off and let's #MakeLifeMemorable!