The light of the setting sun lit up the grass in the field. It turned the brown blades of tall grass into gorgeous golden blades, like Rumpelstiltskin with a spinning wheel and a room full of hay. Miranda and Wade sat in the grass chatting and laughing together. We had so much fun capturing these Noblesville park engagement photos with Miranda and Wade.
Did you love these Noblesville park engagement photos?
If you loved the photos from this post, then be sure to check out some of our other recent posts.
Firstly, check out this endearing engagement session with Elena and Ross at the Indiana Dunes National Park. Is there anything better than an engagement session on one of the Great Lakes? I mean, possibly one on the ocean… but we don’t have an ocean in Indiana. This gorgeous sunset shoot on a chilly winter day proves that the beach is a great place to visit no matter the temperature.
Also, check out this charming engagement session with Analisa and Matt at Mustard Seed Gardens! Mustard Seed Gardens is one of those great venues that allows couples to do engagement shoots on their property if the couple is getting married there. Doing engagement photos at the place you plan to get married is a trend we love.
Lastly, check out this wonderful engagement session with Molly and Jordan at Potter’s Bridge. This is another great Noblesville Park. We love going to Potter’s Bridge for photo sessions. Noblesville is just full of wonderful parks for portraits.
If you loved the post then consider visiting Strawtown Koteewi Park in Hamilton County! It is one of our favorite places for photo sessions. It is also a great place to go if you want to do some hiking. Our kids love to hike around the park with us, especially when there are people riding horses. They love seeing horses at the park.