The first time I met Hannah for coffee to talk about wedding photography, she was so warm and laid back, and I knew she would be amazing to work with. We chatted about her and Nolan, their story, and the things that were important to them for wedding photography. Oh, and we met at Bovaconti Coffee, and if you haven’t been, it’s a real cool spot in Fountain Square!
I was so pumped when they booked me for their fall wedding next year, and one of my favorite things is working with my amazing couples for engagement photos. Ok, the reasons why I always suggest engagement photos are because it gives me a chance to know my couples better, and work with them before their wedding day, and it gives them a chance to feel comfortable in front of my lens and relax into photos. Your engagement is a special time and doesn’t have to be rushed through with planning and preparing. Let me help you slow it down and savor it a bit with engagement photos.
We met downtown Indianapolis at the War Memorial to start, and then hit up a favorite mural of Nolan’s. Next we landed in Irvington where Hannah and Nolan have a home together and where Nolan is from. We got the Irvington mural, grabbed beers and tacos at Black Acre Beer Garden, one of their go-to spots, and ended their session at a nearby park. It’s the best when you pick spots that are meaningful for your engagement session – Nolan was literally waving at people he knew at most of our spots, and they told me all about their neighborhood. Indy has some awesome spots in general, but I love taking engagement pictures in places that are more than just a pretty backdrop.
I can’t wait for their fall wedding in 2021 and I know it’s going to be as awesome as they are!
Check out some of my favorite images from their session below!