In the heart of misty Sapa, Vietnam, Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa, resembling a “French castle,” captivates with its exquisite architecture, stunning scenery, and upscale ambiance. Don’t miss these 6 romantic spots for your wedding photography at the mountain resort, capturing moments of overflowing happiness for a beautiful bride and groom photobook.


The ideal time for wedding photography in Sapa?

The Northwest mountains boast four distinct seasons: vibrant spring, sunny summer, golden autumn, and snowy winter. Each season possesses its unique allure, drawing numerous domestic and foreign tourists. Determining the most beautiful season is subjective and varies based on individual feelings.

However, from November to February annually, Sapa encapsulates the pinnacle of natural beauty: a sea of clouds, refreshing monsoons, gentle sunshine, and blooming flowers. Consequently, many couples opt for this period to visit Sapa and capture the most romantic moments for themselves.

Sunset at Then Yard, Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa


Romantic wedding photography spots at Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa

Hundred-year-old rose garden

Along the winding hill road, Silk Path’s ancient rose garden enchants with its fresh and romantic Western scenery. Home to rare four-season flower species, smooth green vines, and Sapa ancient roses, it showcases multi-colored rose bushes—some bright pink, some gentle blue-white, some pure gold—with a seductive fragrance. Thick petals, natural hues soaked with morning dew, bloom in the cold weather, creating a magical atmosphere. For fans of Disney fairy tales, couples can step into the roles of “princess” and “prince” at the ancient rose garden of Silk Path Grand Sapa, living out a fairy tale moment.



Olivio restaurant

Boasting a luxurious interior, Olivio restaurant harmoniously blends neutral Indochinese colors with distinctive Northwest motifs. This indoor space is perfect for enhancing wedding photos and infusing a touch of uniqueness. What captivates couples is Olivio’s interior, featuring a long corridor, mysterious archway, and the renowned Hidden Smile painting collection by the French photographer, Réhahn. This collection captures emotions with a realistic and impressive human touch, leaving couples enamored with its charm.



Gazebo observatory

Amidst European garden villas, charming dome gazebos with stylish pillars and encircling railings are a common sight. Often furnished with comfortable tables and chairs, they serve as delightful spots for owners to rest and relax outdoors. 

Adjacent to the expansive Then Yard courtyard, Silk Path Grand Sapa’s gazebo, adorned in pure white and surrounded by green trees, becomes a favored haven for many guests. It’s a space where guests often spend time unwinding, reading books, and enjoying sunset views. For fortunate photographers, capturing the magical moment when the bride and groom exchange lifelong vows and warm kisses under the glittering streaks of light from the horizon during early dawn or gloaming dusk is a possibility.


The Lobby

The Lobby at Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa exudes an impressive Indochine style, featuring high ceilings, spacious corridors, and dignified pergola columns. Facing the courtyard through an archway, it combines delightful cement tile patterns for an interior that visually captivates. The space easily paints an eye-catching picture of Indochina. By introducing the theme of “love” into an already spectacular painting with two main characters of the groom & the bride, the perspective becomes more angular, gorgeous, and deeper!


Then Yard – “Sky gate”

Situated 1500m above sea level, the Then Yard outdoor courtyard is a beloved venue for mini concerts, afternoon tea parties, and engagement celebrations for many Silk Path guests. The picturesque scenery is divided into two parts: one side facing the mountains with endless clouds in Sapa, and the other side, the Café 1500 area, simulates European-style luxury coffee shops infused with Mediterranean fashionable touches. Featuring modern style wedding photos and abundant natural light, Then Yard is an essential destination when visiting Sapa!


The Book

Situated on the 2nd floor of the Lobby building, The Book is a delightful discovery for photography enthusiasts. It features a classic long corridor with expansive glass windows that capture abundant light, and railings curving reminiscent of Renaissance castles. Many stylists and brides leverage this unique setting to showcase the alluring lines of wedding dresses and the flowing chiffon layers. The beloved concept of “by the window” is embraced by numerous couples, enabling them to express their affection through the camera lens in a natural and impressive manner.