Top 4 Photo Locations at Biltmore in Asheville
We love photographing couples at the Historic Biltmore in Asheville. And we thought we would take a minute to share our top locations on the property to take photos. Now we have picked our favorite four, but I must say that the options are limitless. The Estate today is situated on about 8,000 acres. So there really is no shortage of options.
A special thank you to Hannah and Dave. We photographed their wedding in April 2018. We are loving watching their relationship grow and flourish in marriage. These two are what ideal client dreams are made of and we love them to pieces. It is so fun and such a testament to loving what you do when clients become good friends!
Front of the House
To start, when you arrive on the property there is no missing the main house. It’s a show stopper! We love going right up to the front of the house and taking photos right by the front door. You really get a feel for the intricate detail in the design of the architecture and the texture of the building.
The South Terraces are located to the left of the front of the house. From the South Terraces, you get a great side view of the house and a magnificent view of the mountains. We love this spot just as the sun is setting behind the mountains and casting a gorgeous glow on the house.
If you are a flower lover or just love pretty things. The Walled Garden will be your jam. Every season the garden is a gorgeous display of beautiful plants and flowers. Changing from season to season you are guaranteed a little variety in different seasons.
Hands down my favorite place on the property. Full of plants and flowers from all varieties. This 7000 square foot architectural treasure is breathtaking to behold. It provides Biltmore House and the gardens with any flowers for any event or holiday. And we love photographing couples there.
Planning a visit to the Biltmore? Planning your wedding at Biltmore? We would love to chat with you about your plans.
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