Meadowlark 1939 was the most beautiful backdrop for Sarah + Foster’s fall engagement session. Located just outside of Atlanta, Meadowlark is the perfect venue for anyone wanting photos with an intimate, romantic, garden feel. The property is home to a magnificent oak tree, stunning pool, and greenhouse, among other hidden gems. Every corner you turn is simply magical. This session is extremely special to me as it was for my own sister and her fiancé! Sarah and Foster met in college a few years back, and I have loved having a front seat to their relationship and watching their love for each other grow.
Because there are so many different parts of the property, you can easily plan multiple looks and outfits for photos. Sarah planned three different looks for her engagement session and each one was equally as stunning. I still haven’t decided on a favorite!
The first look was photographed on the lawn under the ancient oak tree. They both wore soft neutrals to complement the fall colors all around us. Not far from the oak tree we discovered a beautiful sea of yellow leaves that had fallen from another tree. The few photos we took in this spot ended up being some of my favorites from the entire session.
For the second look, Sarah wore a black dress and white boots. We spent time around the historic home, pool, and greenhouse where we caught some of the last sunlight shining through.
The last look was shot during blue hour after the sun had set—one of my favorite times to photograph. They held hands under an open sky and danced in front of a tree filled with red leaves.
Sarah and Foster’s Meadowlark 1939 engagement session could not have been a more perfect shoot to end the year! It was such an honor to document these two, and it will be a greater honor to stand beside them as they commit their lives to one another in June!