Laura and Bob were so much fun to capture at their engagement session. I had a lot of fun walking around Strawtown Koteewi park with them taking photos and getting to know them a little better. I had so much fun capturing this Hamilton County park engagement session!
Laura and Bob met in college and were in the same friend group. They were both Cubs fans, as were a lot of their friends from college. So they were chatting in a group text about the Cubs games with their college friends the year the Cubs won the world series. They realized they lived close together, so instead of just chatting in the group thread about the games, it’d be a lot more fun to hang out at a bar and watch the games. So they started hanging out and watching the Cubs together. Then after the Cubs won the world series, they just kept spending time together. So, in a way, the Cubs winning the World Series is partially responsible for these two getting married this weekend.
Did you love the photos in this Hamilton County Park engagement session?
If you loved these photos, then be sure to check out some of our other recent shoots!
Firstly, check out our Indy engagement location guide blog post! We wrote a comprehensive blog post that breaks down all of the best places to have your engagement shoot. And yes, Strawtown Koteewi Park, the park that this session took place at, is on the list. But there are a lot of other hidden gems all over the Indianapolis area that might be a perfect fit for you. So check out the guide and feel free to skim to the section that matches your aesthetic!
Also, check out this sweet engagement session with Katie and Aaron shot at the same park but just a few days earlier. This session was beautiful. If you tap through to view it you can see just how diverse this amazing park is. It’s one of our favorite places to shoot.
Lastly, check out this lovely engagement shoot with Grace and Nathan at Potter’s Bridge park. This is another great park in the Noblesville area that is just amazing for photo sessions.
If you loved the photos in this post, then consider visiting Strawtown Koteewi Park! It’s lovely.