Adventure weddings are on the rise, and it’s easy to understand why. Combining the most important day of your life with some of your favourite activities in a new country and culture to soak in just sounds amazing to me and I’m surprised it’s taken so long for people to click on.
So what kind of couple is an adventure wedding suitable to? Richard Kinsley, a photographer we know very well, suggested that a couple who choose to do things differently would fit the bill, a couple who like to break away from the 9-5 grind a live life as freely as possible. It goes without saying that any partnership that has taken in the sights fo the world together may be inclined to try out something different for their big day. But in short, it will suit individuals that always want a little bit extra from life and wish to reject the norms of society in doing so.
Western society is now full of these kinds of people. Those who seek value from experiences rather than wealth and that is why weddings are in hometowns are in decline and destination weddings across The Med, The Alps and The Pyrenees are the norms.
So why don’t you consider it? Don’t restrict yourself either because I’ve been to weddings this year in Patagonia that I just thought were just a little bit too far away but they turned out to be incredible experiences, so what are you waiting for get the map and get dreaming!