Posted November 28, 2018 by Chris in Features

Three Orlando Wedding Photo Location Ideas

Your wedding photos are essentially a time machine back into one of the happiest days of your life. Naturally, you want them to reflect that! There are so many great photo destinations to choose from in Orlando and neighboring cities. If you’re looking for some suggestions to make your Orlando wedding photos that much more special, here are three ideas for you to consider. Remember, it’s important to choose a transportation vendor who is familiar with all of the destinations you’ll be heading to on your wedding day. For more information, check out this Orlando and Tampa Party Bus provider.

Kraft Azeala Park

1365 Alabama Dr

Winter Park, FL

There are over 13 sprawling acres at this public garden space located on the shores of Lake Maitland. The majestic cypress trees and Greek architecture monuments like the Exedra make for a perfect back drop for wedding photos. You can rent this area for small wedding ceremonies as well if you plan on having 20 or fewer guests. It has a secluded magical feel that will certainly translate into your wedding photographs.

Bok Tower Gardens

1151 Tower Blvd

Lake Wales, FL

These gardens are located south of Orlando, and when you consider how beautiful your photographs will turn out, it is well worth the drive! The diversity of this 130 acre property allows you to get a variety of backgrounds in your Orlando wedding photographs. There are lush manicured garden areas with flowers as well as art deco style historic buildings to choose from.

Wall Murals

Various locations

near Orlando, FL

If you want wedding photographs in a modern, hip setting, it’s a great idea to pose in front of some of the art that can be found in the general area. This is especially perfect for creative and artistic couples who want to reflect that in their wedding photos. Some options to consider area the murals in Disney Springs, the Milk District/Pho Hoa. In neighboring cities, there is the Eau Gallie Arts District and Central Arts District in Downtown St Pete!


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