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Marvelous Monday: Rustic Indiana Engagement Session

Happy Monday, y’all! I’m currently slaving away at my office job because we, unfortunately, don’t get Columbus day off. However, we do get the day after Thanksgiving as a holiday, which is pretty rad. As bummed as I am not to be writing this in my pj’s from the comfort of my bed, I’m trucking on (stylishly wardrobed) with the rest of the Indiana engagement session I teased you with last week. 

This late August engagement session was taken in two parts, due to rain! The first day of shooting took place in a haunting corn field in Fortville, Indiana. The next set of photos were taken around the historic brick buildings of downtown Noblesville, a growing suburban city just outside Indianapolis. [Fun fact: Noblesville is where myself, and the photographer, went to highschool!] Congrats again Ashley and Scott on your engagement and best of luck planning for your June of 2012 wedding! Thank you to the very talented Ashley Lauren Photography for submitting!


For more of Ashley Lauren’s work, check out her blog! Enjoy your day! And for those of you lucky enough to have the day off, I hate you. (Only kidding, sort of.)


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Sneak Peek: Ashley & Scott’s Corn Field E-Sesh

Happy Wednesday friends! I’m in much better spirits today, thankfully! Thank you all, again, for your love and support! Now, onto the fun stuff 🙂

I have this beautiful e-sesh to show you from a place near and dear to me, Indiana! Plus, the photographer is an old friend from high school who is INCREDIBLY talented. There is something so enchanting about her portraits. I’m completely smitten. Plus, these few sneak peeks I’m about to show you are from one of her first engagement sessions! Looking at the photos, I’d say she’d been doing this for years! Thanks again for sharing these with me, Ashley!

The couple, Ashley and Scott, are getting married next June and wanted a comfortable, low-key engagement session. Due to weather, they had a few different takes. I love the cornfield backdrop, it’s so unique and provides such a haunting element to the photos. Can’t wait to share the rest with you later this week!


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