The rage of pre-wedding shoots doesn't seem to end anytime soon; it just gets bigger and better. With couples wanting to create memories for a lifetime with the prettiest backdrops, mainly describing their love stories, we have so far experienced a lot. If you wish to travel together, before getting married, nothing like it. Take the pre-wedding shoot as an opportunity to explore your partner, because as they say: Couples who travel together, stay together.
Here's presenting you some hill stations in India which provide the most beautiful backdrops while the photographer captures your love. After all, we all need that lone time with our special person.
Gulmarg or "Meadow of flowers" is a pristine town in Jammu and Kashmir. The snow-capped mountains & the breezy winds are just perfect to capture your perfect love.
Also known as The Dreamland of the East, the dazzling scenery of the Kanchenjunga, tea gardens, orchids, pines, cute Himalayan toy train - Enough to fulfill your pre-wedding photo fancy.
The twin hill stations around the city of Mumbai are favorite tourist spots. There are many beautiful caves, mountains, and waterfalls that when mixed with the greenery of the hill station is one vista that anyone cannot afford to miss to get frames with.
The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is also bestowed to be the summer capital of the state. It is renowned worldwide for the Dilwara Jain Temples, breathtaking sunset spots, and landscapes where you can cement the bond of love with your partner.
A hill station and former resort for the British Raj Elite, Munnar can be the best choice if you want the best of nature in your photos. Opt for a morning shoot and take some photos amongst the serene waterfalls, coffee and tea plantations and scenic valleys.
It is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India usually left untouched. Surrounded by trees, the Ooty lake provides a heavenly backdrop with pleasure boats floating around the expanse of water.
This location is very common for pre-wedding shoots in India, merely because of the breathtaking view it presents. The vision of blue sky meeting the blue lake, selectively dominated by mountains is surreal.
We're sure you haven't heard of this place before because only Mussoorie, Nainital & Dheradhun come to one's mind when they hear Uttrakhand. Kausani is synonymous with celestial views, also known as mini Switzerland in India.
The once summer capital of the British, Shimla is one of India's most popular hill resorts, buzzing with a lot of Indian vacationers all throughout the year. It is an architectural paradise with quirky bazaars and lengthy pedestrian shopping mall and the glittering snow to make your photo shoot not less than a fairy tale come true!
Also known as the hidden paradise, Tawang is one of the most unspoiled hill stations in India. Because not much people are aware of this place, it is still very untouched by tourists, hence, providing you less crowd to deal with.