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Locations For Engagement Sessions In Houston, TX

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THE MENIL COLLECTION

The Menil Collection is a Museum and Neighborhood of art spanning on a 30 acres in the heart of Houston. 

Address: 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, Tx 77006

 

Features:

A lot of trees around, especially the big oak tree which its branches go all the way to the floor

Beautiful path way

Flowers, Bamboo bushes are perfect for photos

A huge white architectural building is the  most significant part of the Menil Collection

Come and see it yourself, you will definitely fall in love with the location and hope fully getting a ton of awesome images!

HERMANN PARK

In May of 1914 Houston real estate investor and industrialist George H. Hermann announced publicly his intention of deeding to the City of Houston 285 acres of this property for a municipal park across the street from the Rice Institute and thus Hermann Park was born. A century later, Hermann Park is 445-acres of beautiful green space and is visited by an estimated 6 million people per year.

Address: 1700 Hermann Dr, Houston, TX 77004

 

Features:

A lot of trees, beautiful landscapes

Japanese Garden 

Mini Railroad

Multiple Large manmade lakes

Open areas with lot of oak trees

and many more!

Hermann Park is the most beautiful park in Houston in my opinion. You will have many options and ideas for your engagement photos!

*image by: Ama by Aisha

Ready to enjoy your day to the fullest and let us take care the rest?

RICE UNIVERSITY

Located in an urban environment on a 300-acre tree-lined campus, Rice University seizes its advantageous position to pursue pathbreaking research and create innovative collaboration opportunities that contribute to the betterment of our world.

Address: 6100 Main st, Houston, TX 77005

Features:

Lots of beautiful Oak Trees

Beautiful Path ways

Beautiful architectural buildings

Huge courtyard with great lighting

Many open areas

Rice University has been one of the most popular spot for engagement photoshoots in Houston because of its classical, yet urban feel. Check it out!

TERRY HERSHEY PARK

Is one of the largest park in Houston. Terry Hershey park located in energy corridor. Terry Hershey Park is a county park that runs parallel to a roughly 6-mile (9.7 km) stretch of the Buffalo Bayou in western HoustonTexas. The park is named after Terry Hershey, a conservationist who campaigned to keep the banks of Buffalo Bayou from being paved.[3][4] The park hosts a network of trails that run along the bayou from State Highway 6 to the Sam Houston Tollway and is a popular destination for local residents, runners, bicyclists and Geocachers.

Address: 15200 Memorial Dr, Houston, TX 77079

Features:

Beautiful trails

Beautiful bridges

Large open fields with Blue Bonnets flowers

Lots of trees and greenery

A long creek

Terry Hershey park is a place for outdoor activities and picnic. It is also a perfect place to have your engagement session done here if you love nature and outdoor feel.

SUNFLOWERS FIELD

Recent year, it is a popular trend for Houstonians to travel to Sunflower Field to have their photos taken. It is located roughly an hour from Houston, TX. But it is definitely a must to check out! Keep in mind, it is only lasted from Jun to mid July every year, so plan your trip and ready to take amazing images at the Sunflower Field!

Address: 30707 FM 159, Navasota, TX 77868

Features:

Sunflowers, like a lot!

Empty fields along the road

DOWN TOWN HOUSTON

Down Town Houston is one of my favorite locations for engagement sessions. There are many cool spots that you can think of, from Wine bars, Coffee shops, Buildings, Rooftop and etc...Absolutely a place to consider!

Features:

Buildings

Skyline

Rooftops

Railroad