Steam was venting out of a grate in the sidewalk. As we walked past the steam, Jon and Nicole stopped for a second to kiss. It was a magical moment and I’m so glad I was able to capture it during their White River Park engagement session.
This engagement session was so much fun. It was the first thing I shot after the pandemic hit. In the midst of all the craziness of 2020, this shoot was a breath of fresh air. Jon is a friend of mine from college, and I was so happy when he reached out to me to ask if I was available to capture his wedding.
It had been a while since the last time Jon and I hung out. But even though it’d been a while, relationally, it felt like no time had passed. Jon’s one of those people who I just click with and it always feels like we have a lot to talk about when we see each other. So, this shoot felt really good. Also, I can’t stress how good it was to see an old friend after spending two months in the house with just the family. Now, as everyone is kind of getting back out there and getting to work and socializing, it might not seem like that big of a deal. But at the time this felt like the most amazing thing ever. Even if we couldn’t hug or shake hands or be within six feet of each other, it was just nice.
Did you love this White River Park engagement session?
If you loved this, then check out some of our other recent shoots!
Firstly, check out this charming engagement session with Kevin and Kelsey at the Central Library.
Also, check out this whimsical engagement session at Provider coffee with Shayna and Aaron.
Lastly check out this blog post about the best locations for engagement sessions if you’re currently trying to find a spot.
If you loved the photos in this blog post, then consider visiting White River State Park. It’s in downtown Indianapolis and it’s a wonderful park. It’s one of our favorite places to go downtown.