December 3, 2021

Downtown Zionsville Engagement with Hannah and Cole

FILED IN: Engagements

Orange leaves were spread on the sidewalk. A gentle breeze sent more leaves fluttering from the tree branches above. The breeze blew some of the leaves on the sidewalk, sending them skittering in a white picket fence which held them still. Hannah and Cole held hands and walked down the side walk through the fallen leaves. The gentle breeze playing with their hair and sending leaves swirling around their feet. This was just one of the fantastic moments from this charming downtown Zionsville engagement session!

I love visiting downtown Zionsville. It has a real small town feel, with all the shops and stores. People are always walking around the streets with smiles on their faces. It feels safe and comfortable. So, when Hannah and Cole mentioned wanting to do their engagement photos in Zionsville, I was so happy. The two of them looked at home in the area. I love it when clients feel at ease and comfortable during a shoot, so this was great.

After doing photos in downtown Zionsville we headed over to Starkey Park to finish the shoot. Hannah and Cole changed clothes and we got some wonderful photos with some brilliant fall colors. I didn’t realize Starkey Park was so beautiful in the fall.

Did you love this downtown Zionsville engagement session?

If you loved the photos from this engagement shoot, then check out some of our other recent posts!

Firstly, check out this charming engagement session with Molly and Matt. Their shoot was also in Zionsville. We steered clear of downtown for this one though, instead sticking to their family property.

Also, check out this stunning engagement session with Katelyn and Jacob at Eagle Creek Park. Our associate shooter Hannah capture these photos. The photos are gorgeous.

Lastly check out this wonderful engagement session with Sara and Adam. Their downtown Muncie engagement shoot also brought those small town vibes. The light during their engagement session was just gorgeous too.

If you loved these photos, consider visiting Zionsville. It’s a great town.

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