Local Venues Add Panache to Your Fort Worth Wedding Photography

A young bride-to-be once said that she didn’t care who did her weddingphotography because “If you’ve seen one wedding photo, you’ve seen them all.” Of course, this is not a true statement, but her perception highlights the fact that sometimes weddingphotography can be fairly predictable. One of the ways an expert photographer can create fresh and unique photography is by using venues that are not normally associated with weddings. If you are getting married in Fort Worth, you are especially fortunate, since the Fort Worth area has some fabulous settings for wedding photos.

For example, the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens provide the perfect backdrop for beautiful wedding photos. Though this is a fairly common spot for weddings, a creative photographer can still use the beauty of the space to create unique and breathtaking photos. There is a fee charged for taking pictures in the Gardens, but your photographer will most likely incorporate that fee into the price of your photography session.

A fun and diametrically opposed alternative to the Botanical Gardens is Fort Worth’s Log Cabin Village. The Village, which seeks to educate the public about the pioneer era in Texas, was created in the 1950’s by the Pioneer Texas Heritage Committee. It currently features six log houses that date back to the mid-1800’s, along with the beautiful Foster Cabin, a plantation-style log house. Each cabin is furnished with authentic artifacts and displays the different aspects of pioneer life. The juxtaposition of the rustic pioneer setting with modern bridal apparel can create an intriguing, stunning look.

For couples whose families have a longstanding history in Texas and appreciate a Civil War motif, the Texas Civil War Museum can also provide a great setting for weddingphotography. The museum structure offers an architecturally interesting locale for wedding photos with its white pillars and plantation-style façade. Inside the museum are various collections of Civil War artifacts from both private collections and public trusts. Furthermore, the Judy Richey Victorian Dress Collection features women and children’s clothing from the Victorian era, which could be an interesting contrast to a bride and groom’s wedding attire.

Regardless of your wedding or photography venue, make sure you choose a Fort Worth photographer who will not just give you the same old “seen one, seen them all” wedding photos. Your wedding is special and unique, and your weddingphotography should be the same way.

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