Elaine and Wilson first met when mutual friends asked them to move into a house in Broad Ripple. As hard as the two tried to keep their distance and stay friends, they realized that they were meant for each other and began dating. When we first began planning their engagement session, Elaine and Wilson wanted to go back to where their relationship first started, and I was delighted to get to capture their engagement session at Broad Ripple and the Indianapolis Art Center.
While living in Broad Ripple, they grew fond of the Rainbow Bridge and taking a walking trail out toward the river. I loved getting to hang out with Elaine and Wilson, and I enjoyed them showing me all their favorite spots and sharing about their love of Broad Ripple… all while I captured gorgeous images of them. These two were such naturals at showing love and affection that I didn’t have to do much work to get some of my new favorite shots.
They have such big hearts for people and each other, and I loved watching them laugh together. I’m so looking forward to their wedding this fall in Noblesville because I know it’s going to be incredible!
Elaine and Wilson, thank you so much for choosing me to photograph this amazing time in your life as you prepare to become husband and wife. I had an incredible time with you for your engagement session in Broad Ripple and reliving some memories together. I’m thrilled to be a part of this journey with you, and I can’t wait to celebrate with you this fall!
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