Whitney Bower Imaging
Kelli Blanchard & Joe Denton Oct. 26, 2013 ยท The Silos in Bono, Ark.

We all enjoy partaking in a pretty winter wonderland”once in a while, but there are also days we’re confined to looking out the window as we sit on our couches in our fleece pajamas, trying to stay warm.

Sorry, busy bride-to-be. That’s just not going to cut it. You can’t let being stuck inside keep you from checking tasks off the pre-wedding to-do list, especially when one of those tasks is taking your bridal portraits.

But never fear. Bridal pictures can be just as lovely when done indoors! Don’t believe us? Check out these beautiful—and warm—spots around the state.

 

The Royal Ridge, Royal A short distance from Hot Springs, this venue boasts a terrific, traditional barn with beautiful landscaping and views.

St. John’s Chapel, Benton This little church is as serene as it sounds. It has beautiful views of the property’s terrace and creek, and the spiral staircase is definitely an added bonus!

Alda’s Magnolia Hill, Little Rock This whole property is simply stunning! The Big Red Barn is such a classic backdrop,and the owners have numerous props available for use, including a live horse and carriage. If you’re willing to brave the frigid temperatures, winter snowfalls make for some gorgeous pictures outside; think a pond, farmhouse and fields enclosed by a white fence.

Loft 1023, Little Rock Farm style not your style? Exposed brick, wooden beams, bright windows, an old staircase and other urban elements await you in this downtown space.

Capital Hotel, Little Rock This 19th Century hotel has a distinguished look that offers a feeling of elegance with its numerous columns and a grand staircase. You can expect nothing less than stunning, timeless portraits with this scene.

Old State House Museum, Little Rock Do you fancy a picture of yourself in your gown in front of an extra large picture window? This historical building is just the one to make it happen. This landmark is composed of exquisite architecture, rounded doorways, marble floors, magnificent columns and staircases.

Arkansas State Capitol Building, Little Rock Talk about a jaw-dropper. Our capitol building boasts stately architecture, a stunning rotunda, golden doors, white marble and tile, skylight ceilings and grand, extended staircases. “Wow” would be an understatement.

Buck Ridge Farm, Harrison This private venue sits on 20 acres and is nestled in the Ozark Mountains. The farm includes a quaint, rustic barn with lots of twinkling lights and a balcony overlooking the rolling hills.

The Silos, Bono Situated northwest of Jonesboro, this big, modern barn is picture perfect with the sprawling countryside in the background. Its tall barn doors make a great backdrop, as do the heavy beams along its upper balcony.

Arkansas Air and Military Museum, Fayetteville This venue would make for some very unique pictures for a military couple, aircraft enthusiast or anyone looking for something out of the ordinary.

21c Museum Hotel, Bentonville This half-museum-half-boutique-hotel is the picture of true contemporary and modern style. The elegant furniture, artistic exhibits and sleek architecture would undoubtedly make pictures pop!