5 dreamy locations in Jaipur for your pre-wedding shoot!
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5 dreamy locations in Jaipur for your pre-wedding shoot!

Pre-wedding photo shoots have become a massive trend with our generation and it is considered to be more important than the wedding pictures! The demand for aesthetic venues for the pre-wedding photo shoots has now gained momentum as couples are always rushing to find a scenic setting.

Jaipur offers beautiful venues such as grand places and lakes which make for the perfect place for couples to explore and pose! So here are 5 places in our beloved Pink City for your pre-wed shoot!

Albert Hall Museum

Albert Hall Museum is one of the oldest museums in Rajasthan.Amidst royal grandeur, couples can get their pre-wed photoshoot during the unmissable golden hour!
Shooting inside the museum isn’t permitted so photographers generally shoot in front of the museum and around the verdant Ram Niwas Bagh.

Neemrana Fort

This photogenic fort is situated on the Aravali mountain range on Jaipur–Delhi Highway which is about two and a half hour drive from the Jaipur border. The pools, watchtowers, hanging gardens, colonial furniture, sculptures and beautiful corridors add alluring elements to your photographs and it truly looks straight out of a fairy-tale.

Chomu Palace

Everything about the 300-year old Chomu Palace is drop-dead gorgeous and interesting. This palace is authentic and historic too which smoothly blends heritage with modern styles! It is one of the most arresting shoot locations in Jaipur which you wouldn’t want to miss if you’re planning for a photo-shoot.

Amber Fort

This fort is a spectacular backdrop for an interesting pre-wedding shoot for sure! This striking piece of beauty attracts crowds from all over the country. This fort beautifully captures the essence of the rich heritage which fuses effortlessly with the flourishing love of couples!

Samode Palace

Samode Palace is one of the great examples of fine architecture with a stunning open pool, urbane furniture and an astounding location. The Mughal-style garden is an amalgamation of traditional Mughal and Rajasthani decor with a hint of Victorian art which makes it stand out. Samode Palace is also popular for its bright walls that makes for another striking backdrop!

So head over to Jaipur this season to get start off your fairytale wedding amidst the rolling Aravali hills, viridescent scenery and royal vibes!