Oh boy! We are so excited to share Kyle and Jessica’s Meadowlark 1939 engagement session with you today! We’ve been looking forward to Kyle and Jessica’s engagement session for what feels like forever! These two are close college friends of so many years! Kyle and Michael actually lived in the same dorm, on the same hall, when they were in college at UGA! Being high school sweethearts, these two are peas in a pod and it’s always a joy getting to be around them.
We even got to take a few photos of them when they graduated from UGA, so we actually got a chance to get them in from of our cameras before their engagement session! Within seconds of shooting them in Athens on campus, we knew their actual engagement session would be a blast.
THEIR WARM SMILES AND BIG HEARTS JUST RADIATE LOVE
We always love shooting in new locations. So, when Kyle and Jessica agreed to shooting at Meadowlark 1939, we were really looking forward to trying out a new spot. As soon as we got there, we totally fell in love with it. And felt extra lucky. The timing couldn’t have been better because of the autumn colors, and the clouds created a perfect backdrop for amazing, even lighting (photographers – you know what I’m talking about). We got to explore all the different nooks and crannies this beautiful venue has to offer – they were endless! Kyle and Jessica are two of the sweetest people. Their warm smiles and big hearts just radiate love. We had so much fun spending the evening with them at their Meadowlark 1939 engagement session and can’t wait for their wedding next fall in Augusta!
Michael Rizza Photography is a Southeastern and Destination wedding photography and videography team capturing weddings across the world. We photograph and film weddings in Chattanooga, Atlanta, Savannah and beyond. We are available to travel across the country to photograph weddings as well! If you’re looking for a photographer for your Meadowlark 1939 engagement session and your Southeastern wedding photography and videography team, get in touch!
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