The bricks on the side of the building jutted out a few inches from the mortar holding them together. This rough wall caught the golden light of the setting sun, causing the amber bricks to appear tan. In front of the wall, Heather lead Jay by the hand, their shadows joining those of a telephone pole and a tree, splayed out across the bricks. There were so many lovely moments like this during Heather and Jay’s Goshen engagement photography session!
I had so much fun capturing Heather and Jay! It was great to get to meat them. Steve actually went to junior high and high school with Jay. They both played alto saxophone in the junior high band together. This shoot also took place in Steve’s hometown of Goshen. So doing this shoot was like taking a tiny little peak into what my husband’s life was like growing up. Spoiler alert, it must have been lovely. I can’t wait to capture Heather and Jay’s wedding this year!
Love this Goshen engagement photography session with Heather and Jay?
If you loved these photos, then check out some of the other photo sessions and events we’ve done in Steve’s hometown of Goshen, Indiana!
Firstly, check out this adorable engagement session at the Old Bag Factory with Katie and James!
Next, take a real deep dive and check out this engagement session with Nicole and Jake from almost 7 years ago! Wow! I thought I had shot a ton more engagement sessions in Goshen over the last few years. I’m shocked to see when searching my blog that it’s been so long since my last shoot there! We used to spend so much time driving up to Goshen to visit Steve’s family and shoot engagements and weddings. I cannot believe how quickly the time has passed. I mean, we still visit all the time but it’s just shocking that we haven’t been working up there for a long time.
It’s okay, we’ll just keep visiting to see family and have fun. Life is probably more relaxing and enjoyable that way anyway. This engagement session was done at the Old Bag Factory in Goshen! It’s a great place for photos. Steve also always tells me that he used to go there on field trips as a kid. So, more than just a pretty place, it’s a significant landmark in the area. If you want to visit, just check out the website! Pssst! They do weddings there too and the venue is beautiful. If we had photos from a wedding we shot there up on the blog, then I’d link to that. Unfortunately, none of those photos survived the years, so you’ll just have to trust me.