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Best Vancouver Wedding Photographers Page and Holmes

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2019 + 2020 Travel Dates

Adventurous Love – Connected Hearts

Scroll through the the Adventures section of our Gallery and you’ll see that next to photography, and each other, travel is one of our great loves. If you are planning (or need help planning) a destination wedding or elopement please get in touch.

 

November 2019 | Vancouver Island

February 2020 | Toronto

March & April 2020 | South Africa

April 2020 | New York

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Vancouver Wedding Photographers, Page & Holmes, are currently taking bookings for 2019, 2020 and 2021 across Canada, as well as in South Africa for March and April, 2020.

Available for destination weddings worldwide!

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Page & Holmes Adventures

TUSCANY

Walking through the big archways leading into the town of Montepulciano was like stepping into a preserved, ancient world. We wandered up steep, cobblestone, storybook streets where laundry and flower baskets hung from windows. There were duomos en mass, beautiful wine cellars hidden beneath ancient structures and spectacular encompassing views. This was our first stop in Tuscany, en route to the villa where we would spend the night.

We wasted no time tucking into a slice of authentic Italian pizza, washing it down with some delicious lemon beer. AJ was on a mission to eat gelato at least once a day while we were in Italy – so we rewarded ourselves after a very non-strenuous stroll through the village. Real gelato tastes so rich that after one bite you’re convinced you’ll never finish it. And then, an easy 10 minutes later you find yourself staring into an empty cup…