I was so excited to meet Morgan and Ty – they are one of our KMP associate team weddings for 2023! I was happy to sub in when their photographer had a family emergency, since it’s not often that I get to meet our associate team couples face to face. The leaves were at peak color for their Fall engagement photos in Indianapolis, Indiana at Holcomb Gardens! We had so much fun together, and the pictures couldn’t have turned out any sweeter!
Morgan and Ty met in college at Indiana University, and are getting married next July!
Morgan and Ty met in their grad school program at the Kelley School of Business! They now reside in Chicago, Illinois and are getting married in Indianapolis as they both have Indiana roots. I was so glad we were able to squeeze in their Fall engagement photos in Indianapolis, Indiana as they were in town checking off some wedding planning tasks! We are so excited to work with their wedding planner IndyGigz for their wedding next year at the Biltwell!
Morgan and Ty had the dreamiest engagement in Santorini, Greece!
I was truly blown away reading this engagement story! Ty popped in the big question while they were on a trip with Morgan’s siblings across Europe. They traveled to so many cities across Switzerland and Greece, which sounds like a dream trip to me! When they got to Greece, Ty got down on one knee while they were at a castle lookout. Of course, Morgan would have said “yes” anywhere, but I can’t think of a more romantic destination!
We truly had the perfect day for their Fall engagement photos in Indianapolis, Indiana!
A lot of couples get bummed to see clouds on the day of their sessions, but honestly, cloudy weather is great for photography! We had great cloud coverage, which allowed us to move all around Holcomb Gardens without worry of having too much sun in their photos. Their outfits complimented the fall foliage around the gardens so well! You can see the love and sweetness radiating from these two, and I was so happy to be able to capture their Fall engagement photos in Indianapolis, Indiana!