Wedding, a special day for every would-be-bride and groom. From their attire to the décor to their photographs, each aspect contributes in making the day a memorable one. As nowadays pre-wedding shoot is getting more and more famous, the couples are getting attracted towards historical places to flaunt their story of love. If you want to show your love and passion through pictures, then you must choose the best location for your perfect frame, and what could be better than Jaipur, a city with rich cultural heritage for your pre-wedding shoot. So here is a rundown of top 5 beautiful pre-wedding locations in Jaipur:
A beautiful fort that you may have noticed in movies like Jodha Akbar and Bajirao Mastani. The beauty of this fort attracts many couples as well as photographers for their pre wedding shoot. Amber Quilla has many spots where you can give the best stance for your pre wedding shoot and gain cute experiences with your accomplice.
Jal Mahal Fort
Jal Mahal a place with peace and calm. It’s an awe inspiring place for your pre wedding shoot with the backdrop of Mansagar Lake and the Aravali Range. The best time for pre wedding shoot is especially when the sun kisses the monument during the sunset or sunrise.
Albert Hall Fort
One of the most beautiful and oldest Museums in the state of Rajasthan, Albert Hall Museum is additionally an incredible location for a pre-wedding shoot. Couples can exchange their feelings of love in the backdrop of royal history and the flying friends sure make for a nice composition.
Nahargarh fort is an alluring place for your pre wedding shoot. The magnanimous constrcution from the royal era is situated on the edge of Aravali range with a fantastic view of the city. This is not only a perfect place for pre wedding shoot, but you can also arrange your wedding ceremonies here.
On the off chance that you need a flawless illustrious pre-wedding shoot in Jaipur, at that point Taj Rambagh Palace ought to be on your list. The Mughal gardens, sandstone cenotaphs, and grid work make for a staggeringly stunning foundation for your photos. The charming illustration on the dividers that are enlivened by Mughal and Rajasthani styles look dazzling in pictures.
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