5 Favorite Locations for Wedding Photos in Cleveland

One of the many, many things a couple needs to decide for their wedding day is where to have photos taken. Here's a list of five of our absolute favorite locations in Cleveland, based on real weddings that we've featured. Do you have another favorite spot to add to our list?!

Playhouse Square District -- the world's largest outdoor chandelier provides a stunning backdrop for late-night photos. (Photo by Aster & Olive Photography / See the rest of this real wedding.)

The Lorain-Carnegie Bridge (officially named the Hope Memorial Bridge) -- Its huge "Guardians of Traffic" statues are Cleveland icons and make for an impressive photo op. There are also amazing views of the city in the background. (Photo by Suzuran Photography / See the rest of this real wedding.)

Speaking of bridges, there are a number of smaller bridges throughout the Flats and Tremont that provide phenomenal views of the Cuyahoga River and downtown Cleveland. (Photo by Suzuran Photography / See the rest of this real wedding.)

University Circle -- the impressive grounds of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Botanical Gardens and other University Circle institutions are a gorgeous spot to stop and take photos on your wedding day. (Photo by Emily Millay Photography / See the rest of this real wedding.)

Wendy Park, Edgewater Park and Voinovich Park -- these parks along the Lake Erie waterfront in or near downtown Cleveland all have gorgeous views of the lake. (Photo by Laura K. Allen Photography & Design / See the rest of this real wedding.)

Bonus... because we just can't resist:

Get some super fun action shots by taking your wedding party bowling at Corner Alley on East Fourth and Euclid! (Photo by Hunter Photographic / See the rest of this real wedding.)

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