Belfast Wedding Photography

For a naturally beautiful location to capture the romance of your Wedding Day, why not consider one of Belfast's Parks for your photographs.

Grovelands represents the best of horticulture in Belfast seasonal bedding displays heather gardens, conifer beds and herbaceous borders are all set against well kept lawns.

Demonstration areas include an oriental-style garden, an alpine garden and raised beds. Hidden away in the corner of Musgrave Park Grovelands is well worth a visit, many bridal perties do-for a photograph session on the way to the reception.

Barnett Demense was a private estate it was landscaped during the 1830's, and today remains much of that estate character. There are numerous pathways throughout the park and adjoining areas, some of which lead to the River Lagan and the towpath.

The Beautiful Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park comprises of rolling Meadows, woodland and riverside fields and formal gardens.

The City of Belfast International Rose Gardens has made the park world famous, it contains over 20,000 blooms in the summer divided into trial and display beds, a historical section and a heritage garden that displays the best of the roses from the local breeders.

Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park also contains International Camellia Trials, a walled garden, a Japanese-style garden with water features for quiet contemplation. A very popular choice for Wedding Photography.

Once privately owned by the Royal Belfast Botanical Gardens, the present Botanical Gardens are among the most frequented parks in Belfast. The Park is often busier in hot weather and host frequent events and concerts, again another excellent location for photographs.

For further information please contact Belfast City Council on 02890 320202 or visit www.parks.belfastcity.gov.uk