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I’m finally ready to share the last post from this lovely spring engagement session. After our stop at the vine covered trellises (in my previous post), we drove to First Christian Church, where Quintin and Hayli will be married in August. The building, constructed in 1942, was one of the first churches in […]
Welcome back for the second installment of Quintin and Hayli’s engagement session in Columbus, Indiana! As you know, I’m pretty smitten with these two, and I have a tendency to go on and on about them. I’ll try to keep it short today and just say how much I love their sense of adventure […]
I don’t know many people who would start off a photo shoot by eating an entire waffle cone, but that’s exactly what Hayli and Quintin did. These two have a very playful, laid-back vibe, and they wanted their photos to capture that light-hearted spirit. As a native of Columbus, Hayli wanted to visit some […]
The rustic setting was also a perfect fit for including the couple’s four rescued dogs, Ruby, Wyatt, Billy, and George. The dogs, sporting their own wedding attire and monogrammed leashes, were walked down the aisle by the children of friends and family.
There was so much love and care packed into this wedding day. It was a whole-community effort with Jordyn’s dad marrying the two, church members coordinating the wedding, and Jordyn’s mom and friends helping to serve homemade brunch at their new home
To celebrate their first anniversary at this location, all the Kendra Scott employees dressed “white and bright”, and I’m loving their little white dresses and eclectic shoes! (And don’t you want to work here after seeing how much fun they had at our little mini shoot?)
One of the first things you notice when you walk into the zoo is a large outdoor structure with rusted metal columns, soaring wood beams, and glowing glass skylights. This is the Bicentennial Pavilion, a brand new presentation and event space.
This week I’m taking you behind the scenes so you can see what it’s really like to shoot (or star in) an engagement session. We will answer questions like: How do people kiss when they have over a 12-inch height difference? Why do men make such awkward faces during engagement sessions?
I absolutely love capturing engaged couples out in nature, and spring is one of the most beautiful times of year in the midwest. Layton and Chelsea will wed this summer in Northern Michigan, but they came down to Indianapolis for their engagement photos at the IMA a few weeks ago.