Newborn Photographer, Carmel, Indiana
Are you looking for the best newborn photographer in Carmel, Indiana? I would love to chat with you about scheduling your newborn photoshoot! L. Severson Portraits has been photographing babies and families from Carmel, Indiana for nearly two decades and I would love the opportunity to photograph your growing family too!
Our portrait studio is located just five minutes north of the Carmel, Indiana border on 166th & Towne Road in Westfield. It’s a super easy location for everyone in Carmel to get to.
When you schedule your newborn photography session, we’ll do lots of planning to make sure you get the pictures you want.
Planning Your Newborn Photoshoot | Carmel, IN
Once you have a due date, call the studio to schedule your newborn photoshoot. We will put a tentative date on the calendar for your baby. This date is not set in stone. It simply reserves a session for your baby, whenever he or she arrives.
Once your new baby is here, we’ll talk about color choices, clothing, and lots of other fun things to make your newborn photoshoot unique and special. Our newborn portrait studio is completely outfitted with more than 100 outfits, hats, headbands, bows, wraps, and everything you need for the best newborn photoshoot. You don’t need to bring anything but the baby!
Ready to reserve your newborn photoshoot? Call me at 317-867-3723 and we’ll get things rolling. I look forward to meeting you!
In the meantime, feel free to scroll through and see some of my tiny little friends from Carmel. Aren’t they adorable??
Information about Carmel, Indiana
Carmel is an adorable suburb located on Indianapolis’ northern border. Carmel, Indiana is walkable and bike-friendly with nearly 200 miles of trails and paths.
The population of Carmel, Indiana is currently nearly 100,000.
Fun places to visit in Carmel, Indiana
There are nearly 500 acres of parks and recreational spaces in Carmel, Indiana. Here are a few of my favorite parks in Carmel, Indiana.
Carey Grove Park is a quiet neighborhood park developed 1997-1998. It’s located on the Eastside of Carey Road just south of 146th Street.
This 5-acre park includes open turf area, a ½ basketball court and a quarter mile walking trail through an arboretum. For the kids, there are two sets of play areas; one for ages 2-5 and one for ages 5-12. For those who prefer a more relaxed day at the park, the shelter provides great shade, can accommodate up to 25 people and is great for grilling out or small parties.
Central Park is a 159-acre park that sits between the blocks of 116th Street, 111th Street, College Ave., and Westfield Blvd. The Monon Greenway runs straight through the center of the park.
Besides housing the Monon Community Center and The Waterpark, this park boasts over 6 miles of trails that wind through native prairies, wetlands and woodlands. Each step in this park creates an opportunity to exercise and connect with nature.
The picnic grove houses shelters with grills, picnic tables and a waterless restroom facility. For those who enjoy wheels with their recreation, there is a state of the art skate park with plenty of rails, ¼ pipes and even a bowl to grind on, do kick-flips or ollies. For the dog lover, there is a 2-acre dog run on the north side of the park, with picnic shelters and restroom facilities.
Welcome to our first park just for four-legged friends! This park features areas for small and large dogs, greenspace to play, benches, shelters, dog waste stations, and a lock-and-key entry system.
The small shelter within the dog park provides a shaded, central gathering place for the two-legged visitors. Other amenities within the Central Park North Campus include an open meadow, picnic shelter and restroom facility. The Monon Greenway, Interurban Trail, and all trails within Central Park are easily accessible via short trails connecting into the existing 116th Street perimeter trail.
The Central Dog Park currently has 600 four-legged members. Membership is currently full, but interested applicants are welcome to apply for the waitlist.
Cherry Tree Park is north of 131st Street on Hazel Dell Parkway.
It consists of 13 acres of turf with large mature tree scattered throughout. This park is a wonderful space to take the dogs for a walk or just have a quiet moment alone. The open greenspace in the park is perfect for throwing a Frisbee or flying a kite.
There is no on-site parking at Cherry Tree Park.
This 15-acre park was established in 1983, and park goers have frequented it ever since. Most visitors bring their empty water jugs to fill up at the “Old Faithful” artesian well, which was discovered back in the 1800s. Others come to enjoy the mile-long trail that wraps itself through the woods and provides numerous educational spots to learn about nature. Cool Creek winds throughout the park and is a great area to fish or take the kids creek stomping.
Visitors come from all around the state to enjoy the wonders of Flowing Well Park.
Founders Park is one of the newest additions to Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation. It sits at the corner of 116th Street and Hazel Dell Parkway.
This 37-acre park offers a large shelter, restroom facility, open sports fields, walking trails and playground area. On the nature-inspired playground kids will find swings, a giant sandbox, climbing and play structures, and so much more. Beyond the playground, you can enjoy plenty of actual nature including native prairie, wetlands and a pond.
Sitting at the top of this park is the Wilfong Pavilion. The pavilion has a beautiful sunset view and is great for large events.
Carmel, Indiana was ranked one of the Best Places to Raise a Family in the Midwest by Yahoo.com
Carmel is home to the popular Arts and Design District