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Top 7 Places for Indian Engagement Photography in DFW Dallas - Fort Worth.

Updated: Oct 12, 2019

By PhotoKumar

1. Mandalay Canal Walk at Las Calinas

The Mandalay Canal's European architecture, walkways, stairways, and the water gives the location a Venetian feel that you do not feel in any part in Dallas. Photographers for Indian weddings love this place as it looks a grand set from a romantic Bollywood love story. We at PhotoKumar love to take our Indian Bride and Groom for their pre-shoot, save the date and engagement photo section here.Get a quote.

2. Bishop Park at Legacy Town Center

The front of the fountain in Bishop Park is one of my favorite spots to photograph my couples in Plano. The mornings and evenings are the best time to go to get that gorgeous sunrise or sunset in the background. This location pulls off a high class style, and couples can get as adventurous and creative as they would like! Get a quote.

3. Silver Lake Marina at Grapevine Lake

The sunsets are breathtaking near the marina. Whether on you plan to stay on deck or set sail, Lake Grapevine is the perfect place for an engagement session. Get a quote.

4. Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

The Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens offer the most beautiful and vast gardens in the entire DFW area, which delivers any atmosphere that a couple could want, such as taking walks over the waterfall, being blown away by November leaves, sharing romantic moments on the bench and getting lost in all the green! Get a quote.

5. Arbor Hills Nature Preserve

Arbor Hills Nature Preserve has such natural greenery near the Plano location. It holds a beautiful creek bed that our couples can get lost in during their engagement sessions. The golden hour light at Arbor Hills is stunning, too!  Get a quote.

6. Fort Worth Water Gardens

Located in the heart of the Fort Worth downtown is a amusement to watch and photograph. A very unique perspective to photography a Indian couple love story. Get a quote.

Fort Worth Water gardens

7. Japanese Gardens- Fort Worth

Best time to visit Japanese Gardens in Texas is during the cherry blossoms season in April. It saves $$$ from viewing the cherry blossoms in Washington D.C or Japan! Get a quote.