Unique Location Ideas for Bridal Photos in Utah
It’s a good idea to have your bridal photos taken before or after your wedding day. This not only gives you more time to savor your big day, but it also lets you plan things out, allowing you to select the best place to take your pictures. If you’re at a loss as to where to go to take your pictures, here are a few unique location ideas for bridal photos in Utah.
Arches National Park
Famous for its red rocks and unusual structures, the Arches National Park is a striking place to take your bridal photos. In this case, you may want to take them after getting married because it’s likely that your dress will get dirty. But, when you see your white dress against the red rock backdrop, it will be totally worth it.
Photographer: Hickenlooper Photo
Dress: Davids Bridal
HMUA: Sierra Miller
Florals: Madison Murdock
Suit: Men's Warehouse
Ice Castles in Midway
This beautiful restaurant is the perfect place to take your bridal photos if you want your pictures to feature a unique, European feel. The building alone is striking with its stone and fountain, but when you consider that this location also has access to an amazing aspen grove, fabulous gazebo and greenhouse, you’re getting a lot of bag for your buck. You may even be able to get a photo with one of the peacocks that live on the grounds.
Ice Castles in Midway
If you’re planning a winter wedding, then you have to get your bridal photos at the Ice Castles in Midway. With its impressive ice formations, your bridal photos will stand the test of time, becoming a priceless keepsake.
PC: Elizabeth Taylor Frandsen
The State Capitol
To get grand architecture in your bridal photos, head to the Utah State Capitol building. The structure features gorgeous pillars, white marble practically everywhere and iron double-doors. The center dome is the perfect place to spotlight the bride or take a picture of the two of you. If you choose the State Capitol for your bridal photo shoot, you’ll even have access to the site’s pretty grounds.
Photographer: Kaci Baum Photography
Dress: Violetta by LatterDayBride
If your wedding theme is country or rustic, then consider booking your shoot at the Historic Wheeler Farm. The grounds at this location are huge, giving you plenty of outdoor space for nature-inspired shots. Adding to the uniqueness of this site are the wagons and a classic pickup truck. The photo options are practically endless at Wheeler.
Photography: Kim Bullock Photography
Dress: Naomi by LatterDayBride
Photographer: Julia Mather Photo
Keepsakes like bridal photos must be handled properly, which means that it’s important to find the right location. When choosing one, consider your wedding theme along with the personality of you and your betrothed. These steps will help you choose the right photo spot.