It’s winter wedding season, and it doesn’t get much more magical than this destination winter wonderland wedding in southern Finland from Lucie Watson Photography.
The northern lights can be seen from September until April in latitudes above 55° north. To have the best chances of seeing the northern lights you need clear skies and no light pollution, along with a good amount of patience. Choosing a location for your aurora hunting trip can be difficult, as the aurora are fickle, as is the weather. It’s not just about finding a location that is far north, but also taking in to consideration the weather conditions, light pollution, ease of access and of course the cost. Finding a destination that not only offers the chance to watch the aurora but also has lots of other activities on offer too will make sure that you have an unforgettable trip whatever happens.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Lapland might possibly be the perfect destination for a romantic weekend break for couples that love adventure but who also want a nice relaxing weekend. Wait a minute! I know
The northern lights (or aurora borealis) are one of this world’s most magnificent phenomenon. If you want to capture a glimpse of this incredible occurrence, the best locations in Europe are in northern Scandinavia. However, on nights
Kavoos and Diana had the burning desire to hold an adventurous Lapland elopement! This in itself was rather brave considering they are California natives and during winter northern Finland is below freezing and they are in
Finnish Lapland Finnish Lapland is an exotic location for winter weddings: Lapland wilderness, reindeer rides and husky snow safari, frozen land, cosy winter nights, sleeping in igloos under the Northern Lights sky. It can be
Seeing the northern lights was always on my bucket list. And during our honeymoon in Iceland in 2014 we were lucky enough to see them twice. And it was wonderful. But there was still