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  • Writer's pictureGabriella Jeakle

Utah Photo Spots

I spent the week in Utah for a family reunion. One of my favorite things about Salt Lake is how special everything is. The food, the houses, the buildings. They all just seem like someone put care and attention into them. Here are some of my very favorite walls around the Salt Lake City area for photos! Whether it's just you and a phone, or a full on photo shoot, these are sure to make a beautiful memory.

1. Book Mural

I read about this ages ago and put it on my SLC bucket list. It was absolutely beautiful. I'm a big book lover and seeing some of my favorite stories up there was pretty cool.

222 South Main Street, near the Hotel Monaco parking lot.

2. Rainbow Wall

This wall was everything I've ever dreamt of. I gravitated toward the pink and red, but it has something for everyone. It's a little drive outside of Salt Lake in Bluffdale. It took us about 25 minutes to get there from Bountiful without much traffic.

I happened to have my roller skates in my trunk (we had been at a family pool party earlier that day.) You could bring lots of cute props for a photoshoot. The possibilities are endless!

14699 S 800 W, Bluffdale, UT 84065

3. Blush Pink wall

My mom said she used to come here for cakes growing up. It was adorable, but I was most attracted to the side of the building.

434 E S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

4. Turquoise Wall

Pace's Dairy Ann is home to the most delicious popsicles in the whole wide world (I will stake my whole reputation on this) as well as this adorable wall.

137, 1180 500 W, Woods Cross, UT 84010

5. White Brick

Nielsen's custard has a big glossy white brick wall by the pick up window. The tables are on the opposite side so it's not usually too crowded. There's also a big pink cone on the sign which would make a cute picture too!

Photo courtesy of tripadvisor

570 W 2600 S, Bountiful, UT 84010

Honorable motions:

Bountiful Greek Café has a royal blue brick wall. I've seen a few people using it for photoshoots while driving by. I didn't have time to stop but I certainly will next time I'm there.

The red iguana is one of my favorite restaurants ever, but it wasn't till this year's trip that I realized just how visually pleasing the outside is! There's a big yellow brick wall on the side.

This wall outside of Tanner Frames is so cute! I can't wait to get back and get a few photos here

I've also read about more photo worthy walls here! I'll be back soon, and I'm hoping to hit some more cute spots!

What are your favorite photo spots in Utah?



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