Two coffees rested on a table outside, cooling in the crisp autumn air. Next to the coffees two sets of hands clasped each other in the middle of the table. Madelyn and Justin looked deep into each other’s eyes as they held hands and chatted. They smiled at each other during a break in the conversation. The glass windows behind them captured a dim reflection of their shared happiness on this sweet fall day. After finishing their coffee these two would head over to the park for their Potter’s Bridge engagement session with Hannah.
This engagement session started at Noble Coffee and Tea Company in downtown Noblesville. As Noblesville residents, Jenn and I have a fondness for our local coffee shop. Jenn always gets their espresso and I typically go for their drip coffee (my favorite being the Ethiopian Harrar). I can only guess what Madelyn and Justin ordered since I wasn’t there, but I know it was great. Everything at Noble Coffee and Tea Company is great.
After a quick cup of coffee Hannah took Madelyn and Justin to Potter’s Bridge park. She took some gorgeous photos of them there. As you can probably see from the photos below, Potter’s Bridge Park is more than just a bridge. There are paved trails through the woods that are great for running, jogging, or walking. There’s a playground there that kids love. There’s also some grassland. For a small park it packs a pretty big punch with regard to different scenery for photos. Hannah made use of all the different backdrops and created some really wonderful photos with these two.
Did you love this Potter’s Bridge engagement session?
If you loved the photos in this post, then check out some of our other recent posts.
Firstly, check out this alluring engagement shoot with Hannah and Cole in Zionsville.
Also, check out this charming engagement shoot with Katelyn and Jacob at Eagle Creek Park.
Lastly, if you’re looking for a great place for your engagement photos check out this post of some of the best locations for engagement sessions in Indy.
Next time you’re in Noblesville be sure to stop by Noble Coffee and Tea Company. If you see me popping up for a cup of coffee, be sure to say hi.