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Three Beautiful Locations for Portland Wedding Photos

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Pioneer Courthouse Square
Pioneer Courthouse Square is a well known spot for Portland Wedding Photography to take stunning photos. The square uses modern design and includes public art and beautiful steps to use a backdrop. Located on 612 South West Sixth Ave, Avenue in Portland OR, the Pioneer Courthouse Square was originally concepted in the 1950s and added lightrail in the 1986, at which point it became the city center. Weddings on the weekends are very crowded here, so it is a good idea to {spend lots of time|maximize your time| to find locations that will not have distracting backgrounds at the Square for wedding photo session.

Portland Japanese Garden
Portland Japanese Garden in Washington Park is located at 611 S.W. Kingston Ave in Portland, OR 97205. With the 5 Gardens to choose from, the Garden is a dramatic location for your Portland wedding photographer. Each garden features beautiful plants and pagodas to use as a background for classic elegant wedding photos. It is best to call ahead of time to find out if the garden is in use for your wedding day. Some of the best locations are the bridges in the garden, providing beautiful photos for your wedding day. The best season to shoot at the garden is the fall for beautiful autumn colors. Please visit their website and fill out the permission form ahead of of your wedding. Read more about Portland Wedding Photography here

Portland's Old Armory
The Gerding Theater at the Armory is a space available for weddings. A restored downtown location, it was originally built to house Oregon National Guard in 1891 and recently added the National Register of Historic Places. Armory was restored in 2003 and features a 600 seat Gerding Theater and host a number of weddings each summer. Some of the best photo opportunities inside are the staircase for classic photos of your wedding gown. Visit the PCS website to inquire for your wedding.
 

Posted May 09, 2012 at 12:39am

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