The Gathering Place is a riverfront park covering 100 acres of green public space overlooking the downtown riverfront. The area is massive with a diverse collection of elements like Swing Hill, nature trails, sports courts, gardens, Arkansas River, a public park, community gathering spots, and more. You can choose multiple styles of locations for your pictures, all at one destination. The only downside is the crowd, which makes it a little hard to capture secluded pictures at iconic spots. However, if you prefer some quiet spots for romantic pictures, choose the nature trails or the Swing Hill.

Address: 2650 S John Williams Way, Tulsa, OK 74114

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The Tulsa Botanic Garden holds some of the most vibrant species of flowers planted in terrace-style farming. The terrace structure contains more than 120 thousand spring flowers with an ornamental structure for water flow. Beyond this floral terrace, the garden has eight thousand species of perennial trees, plants, roses, and more. For more interesting floral pictures, you can visit the Lotus Pond, Children’s Discovery Garden, Lakeside Promenade, and more. If you visit on a clear day, the Osage Hills in the background would add a more aesthetic effect to your pictures.

Address: 3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr, Tulsa, OK 74127

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The Tulsa Art District is a lively and thriving neighborhood that has a nostalgic look, suitable for those looking for a sepia-mode photo session. Moreover, this region’s art icons, like the glassblowing studio, Cain’s Ballroom, performance theaters, museums, galleries, historic structures, and the old coffee shops, would add a nostalgic fairytale look to your pictures. If you wish to cover more niche pictures, try to stroll through the region during the evenings to capture the area’s thriving culture. Please do not forget the baseball park at the east edge of the region.

Style: Neighborhood

Address: 1 E reconciliation Way Tulsa, OK 74103

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Centennial Park is a lush green region with stone walls, rabbits, swans, birds, waterfalls, and an unparalleled vista of Tulsa Downtown. If you visit during the daytime, you can both enjoy the natural beauty and capture some classic pictures for your wedding album. Choose late evening for some illuminated romantic pictures. Stroll through the park, and you can easily find several picturesque spots in this region.

Style: Park

Address: 1028 E, 6th Street, Tulsa, OK

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Mohawk Park is the largest park in Tulsa. It is filled with trails, including the famous Oxley trail, as well as a variety of forested regions, Lake Yahola, and more. Some of the trails are even wheelchair-friendly. If you do not want to mess up your dress, avoid the rainy season. For more extravagant pictures, you can also hire horses.

Style: Park

Address: 5701 E, 36th St, Tulsa, OK

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Address: 2727 S Rockford Rd, Tulsa, OK 74114

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Address: Tulsa, OK

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Address: 6700 Mohawk Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74115

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The indigenous culture and natural beauty of the land are the emblematic elements that make Tulsa an elegant yet straightforward destination for wedding photography. The vintage Midwestern theme of Tulsa is hard to find elsewhere. So, if you are keen on creating a signature look for your album, Tulsa is a hidden gem.

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