Magical Places Around The World for Your Dream Wedding Photoshoot!

Hear those wedding bells? That’s another couple strengthening their ties with beautiful rings and vows to love each through highs and lows. One of the most exciting parts of the wedding-prep is having a wedding photoshoot to capture that perfect moment of sparks in the eyes forever. Some couples prefer to have their pictures taken at the place they first met. Others rent a studio to arrange a photo shoot. In the meantime, some are not afraid to go an extra mile to have the most special and extravagant pictures imagined! Introducing Venuerific’s selection of the most creative and breathtaking Magical Places Around The World For Your Dream Wedding Photoshoot!


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Cancun, Mexico

Laura and Kris had their perfect shot captured in deep waters of Tulum area near the riviera Maya – Cancun. Taking pictures in a wedding gown in the deep cenote is an absolutely unforgettable experience unique to the Yucatan peninsula. Imagine how hard it must have been for the beautiful bride to swim in a heavy dress! But the photo is so magical, it’s truly worth it!


Mount Everest

James and Ashley, a couple that is not afraid to conquer any heights together, decided to show their strong character in their wedding photo. They bravely trekked through harsh conditions to reach the base camp 17,000 ft above sea level for over three weeks to achieve the result they had desired for the perfect adventurous wedding. Would you climb Everest with your bae and spend several weeks camping for a shot like this?


Kilauea, Hawaii

Yes, this fearless couple actually climbed an active volcano to take their lovey-dovey pictures! Lauren and Alex broke the news all over the world when they released their wedding pictures from Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. The two new lava streams flowing into the ocean, captured at the moment, is a rare and beautiful phenomenon in nature. “It was like that game you play as a kid … You know, ‘getting warmer!’” the bride said.


Cappadocia, Turkey

 Sandy and Fadli live in the heart of Cappadocia National Park, so their location choice to capture their love was not random. Cappadocia or Kapadokya in Turkish is famous for their Hot Air Balloon launches, and being able to catch all those colours on a picture is an unforgettable experience. You can even hire one of the balloons and fly in the air!



Baby, it’s cold outside. Another destination for your unique wedding pictures is ICEHOTEL in Sweden.  This castle, fully made of glacier, is located in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden – 200 km north of the Arctic Circle. Kirsten & John not only took mesmerizing pictures with Disney’s Frozen vibes but actually had given their wedding vows there.


Mossy Forrest, Malaysia

This place, fully covered with moss and all imaginable types of greenery, will make one believe in wonders. It has gained quite a lot of popularity among Malaysian couples as there are multiple sets to be captured in a frame to show how magical their loves is. Not only there is a forest, but a wide field, in which the photograph has captured Judy and Keong unbreakable bond made in heaven.


Lupines Field, Mackenzie, New Zealand

For a glorious photoshoot in the purple field of flowers, you and your soulmate (now with a ring on, yay!) should travel to New Zealand. The beautifully colourful Lupines blooming season is at its peak in Mid-November. Nature takes over roadsides and unattended areas to cover them with a thick carpet of glorious beauty. Congratulations to Henry and Shirley for having their perfect moment captured in such a picturesque way!


Jaisalmer Desert, India

Looking up to cultural roots, Jordan and Nicole have celebrated their wedding in the desert. It was not just an Indian Destination Wedding, it was an adventure of a lifetime. There were even actual camels involved! The contrast between black and white lovebirds and the blue-and-brown background of the endless desert have played very well. What a way to commemorate such a beautiful milestone as finding your partner for life!


Kanching Falls, Rawang

The Kanching Falls, located between Kuala Lumpur and Rawang in Selangor, Malaysia, is a popular tourist destination. Recently it has also gained popularity among couples as a go-to for the romantic photos. As well-dressed and pampered bride and groom pose among the strong force of water in the background, it seems like nature itself blesses the wedlock of the two! Aren’t Hannah & Joshua redefining grace, care and endearment in a new way with this charming photograph?


Nothing spells L-O-V-E more than exploring the world’s most romantic and beautifully exotic places. Enjoy new adventures with your life partner as you discover the hidden charms of a foreign land. Be brave, take the risk and get the most indelible pictures and most precious memories as a result!

How to have your friends and family overseas join your wedding?

The limitations of distance can no longer stop you from having your friends or family to join you in the most important celebration of your life. We introduce to you The Virtual Wedding by Venuerific.

Because we know how much it means to you, we are happy to share with you our new service so you don’t need to worry about the online virtual wedding. With our very own professional production team, we are committed to providing high-quality broadcasting with the on-site camera crew and floor managers to help your guests have an equally fun experience virtually at your wedding!

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12 Replies to “Magical Places Around The World for Your Dream Wedding Photoshoot!

  1. It was so interesting to read about the most beautiful places in the world to take your wedding photoshoot! It is really hard to get to this places, especially on Everest, but yeah, it worth it! Thanks to Madina and the Venuerific team for this incredibly useful information?

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