Well, I guess that is just what couples would want their friends and family members to think when viewing their photos. It is not easy to be depicted as "cool" and one simplest way is to get your wedding photos or photos for any other occasions, taken at a really awesome venue. Most locations might have already been visited by your friends and families so that doesn't make your own photos unique or special anymore, you may think. Hence, capture your precious memories at the Deep Ellum for a change and rest assured that everyone would be envious. However, I am not too sure about a few years down the road though when this spot becomes more commercialized and a common ground for newlyweds.
Best Wedding Photo Setting - 2011
They say Deep Ellum is Dallas' premiere neighborhood for music. Well, "they" must never travel down to the just-east-of-downtown neighborhood during the day. With its classic brick wall backdrops, splashy murals and — get this — buildings that are more than 10 years old, Deep Ellum's greatest export these days is most likely its wedding photography. Every single day, it seems, another couple can be seen, dressed in tux and white gown, following a hip-looking, camera-toting cat around the neighborhood, looking for romantic — yet undeniably urban — settings for their wedding photo collections. It's easy to understand why: Shooting your wedding photos in this setting says, "Hey, we're cool! We don't just get our music from Starbucks. Hell, we probably even have tattoos!" True or not, that's a sentiment people like to express about themselves.