String lights hung in the air their light barely visible as the sun was just starting to set on a cloudy winter day. Under the shade of an old tree, a bit of snow still clung to the ground. Analisa and Matt stood in the snow, hugging to help keep each other warm. They looked at each other and smiled, then kissed. This was just one of the enchanting moments from their Mustard Seed Gardens engagement photos!
These two braved the cold for this shoot. It was only 20 degrees during this shoot and they wanted to do photos without their coats on for part of the time. So we did some with coats on and some with coats off, trying to switch it up so they didn’t get too cold.
Did you love these Mustard Seed Gardens engagement photos?
If you loved the photos in this post, then check out some of our other recent posts!
Firstly, check out this post about the best engagement photo locations in the Indianapolis area! This post is filled with great places to visit that look amazing in photographs. So give it a look if you’re looking to do photos soon. If you’re just looking for interesting places to visit in Indy then this is a good post for that too.
Also, check out this charming engagement session with Molly and Jordan at Potter’s Bridge Park! Potter’s Bridge is just a few miles from Mustard Seed Gardens. It is another great Noblesville location. Have we mentioned how perfect Noblesville is for photography. There are so many charming places in this small town.
Also, check out this stunning engagement session with Elena and Ross at the Indiana Dunes National Park! The Indiana Dunes National Park is one of our countries newest National Parks. It used to just be a National Lakeshore, but back in 2019 they elevated it to the position of a National Park. It is a gorgeous location, as long you like sand. I know it gets everywhere, but there’s no real reason to hate it, right?
Lastly check out this wonderful engagement session with Madelyn and Justin! This is another engagement session that took place in Noblesville. They started the shoot at Noble Coffee & Tea (one of our favorite places in Noblesville) and then transitioned to Potter’s Bridge Park.
If you loved the photos in this post then consider booking your next event at Mustard Seed Gardens. It is a gorgeous venue with a beautiful barn (that’s air conditioned in the summer and heated in the winter). It is one of our favorite venues.