Flowers and shrubs in clay planters sprouted in front of a wonderful little restaurant. The warmth of spring had coaxed them above ground. They stood in front of a building with large buildings framed with white trim and blue walls. Kate and Jordan hugged in front of the doorway, touching their foreheads as they embraced. Smiles broke out on both of their faces. This was just one of the wonderful moments from their West Clay engagement session.
Did you love this West Clay engagement session?
If you loved the photos from this engagement session in Carmel, then check out some of our other recent blog posts!
Firstly, check out this charming engagement session with Sam and Priscilla. We met up in the Fountain Square neighborhood for this engagement shoot which was quite the drive for them from Muncie. Fountain Square is full of interesting graffiti art, historic buildings, and great restaurants though, so it’s worth a little drive.
Also, check out this sweet engagement shoot with Hannah and Cole. We did their engagement shoot in downtown Zionsville. Zionsville and West Clay are both such nice little communities. We love the quaint feel of these whimsical towns. When we do photos in these areas they feel timeless, which is something we love in photos. We are always trying to capture photos that will last through the decades of our clients’ lives.
Lastly, check out this adorable engagement session with Elena and Ross. Their engagement shoot took place at the Indiana Dunes National Park. It is the newest national park in America and one of only two national parks in the state of Indiana. The whole shoot was done on the lakeshore and up on the dunes leading to the lakeshore. And it was all done in golden hour in the fall, so the beach is empty of people. It was delightful.
If you loved the photos from this blog post, then consider visiting West Clay. The Village of West Clay is a fantastic place to visit. There are lots of shops, restaurants, and even a delightful little brewery.