Evan Bishop Photography

San Diego & International Destination Wedding Photographer 619.578.3841 • info@evanbishopphotography.com

Welcome to my new blog & website

My website is dedicated to being a resource for couples planning their wedding in Southern California as well as their destination wedding worldwide. Check out my galleries for some of my favorite images from all over the world as well as my blog for my most recent work. You can also view the resources page to read interviews with other wedding professionals, reviews of my favorite locations as well as tips and tricks to remember in planning your wedding! Look around, enjoy and don't be afraid to leave a message or connect with me if you're looking for a photographer for your upcoming wedding!

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Category Archives: Planning

Planning a destination wedding in Italy?



I just recently found and connected with the people at ItalianWeddings who specialize in Destination Weddings in Italy.  They’re Italian wedding planners for unique weddings in all Italy, Rome, Florence, Venice, Tuscany, Amalfi Coast, Taormina, Siena, Positano, Chianti Region and many more locations in all of Italy.  If you would love to get married with all the romance of the old world, the beautiful wine country in Tuscany, or glide down the canals in Venice on a gondola in your wedding gown, these are the people to talk to.  Literally this is the one stop shop for all your planning needs for weddings in Italy.  Everything from helping you to select your location, castle, villa or city as well as legal documentation and help finding local and traveling vendors … like me!


Screen shot 2011 08 05 at 1.12.47 PM Planning a destination wedding in Italy?



Curious about what it takes to get married in Italy? Here’s where you go to find the paperwork requirements for US Citizens.  They also have links to documents for many other countries in case you just happened to stumble across my site while looking for this paperwork, check out their Italian wedding legal documentation page to see if your country is listed.  If it’s not, I’m sure they can still track down the paperwork required, and get you set up.

If you’re looking for a destination wedding photographer familiar with travel restrictions and work visas from the US to Italy, I would love to speak with you about your wedding plans and photography needs!

Until next time … Ciao.