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Janis Anzalone Home

Meghan Kay Sadler

It was such an honor to shoot Janiz Anzalone, her home, and her work. One of the wonderful things about Janis is that her work is so very unique, and upon seeing her and her home I could tell just how much her work is a reflection of herself. Little vignettes and collected items were a delight to discover as I walked through her home.

Elaine + Drew : Wedding

Meghan Kay Sadler

Such kind words from Elaine and Drew: Her photographs are timeless. That, to me, is the mark of a great photographer. These images would have been beautiful 100 years ago and they’ll be beautiful 100 years from now. It sounds strange, but I could see myself looking through these photos forty years down the line and them having the power to evoke as much feeling then as I felt on my wedding day… If this weren’t dreamy enough, Meghan also has the kind of presence that is so incredibly easy, inconspicuous, and nonintrusive to an anxious bride. That alone was priceless. I just consider myself extremely lucky to have crossed her path in the right time and place.

Ballet Inspired Shoot Part I

Meghan Kay Sadler

I loved the write up from Once Wed:

Sometimes we can gather inspiration more from moods, memories, feelings, and past experiences rather than from images of someone else’s wedding. Finding inspiration in all aspects of your life rather than trying to imitate what someone else did, is the best way to create an authentic wedding that is a true representation of who you are as a couple.

We hope that more of these stunning images from Amy Osaba and Meghan Kay Sadler serve as inspiration for your wedding- maybe you’re not looking for a ballet inspired wedding, but seeing shoots like this can help you expand your mind. Think of experiences you share, things in your past that have had an impact on you, places you’ve been, and start designing from there!

Creative Direction and Floral Design: Amy Osaba Events | Photography: M. K. Sadler  | Model: Savannah Lowrey | Dress: Samuelle Couture | Headpieces: Jennifer Behr | Calligraphy: Graceline Art | Ribbon: Silk & Willow | Venue: The 1896 | Makeup: Nicole Sievers | Hair: Styles on B | Rentals: Patina

Ballet Inspired Shoot Part II

Meghan Kay Sadler

I loved the write up from Once Wed:

Sometimes we can gather inspiration more from moods, memories, feelings, and past experiences rather than from images of someone else’s wedding. Finding inspiration in all aspects of your life rather than trying to imitate what someone else did, is the best way to create an authentic wedding that is a true representation of who you are as a couple.

We hope that more of these stunning images from Amy Osaba and Meghan Kay Sadler serve as inspiration for your wedding- maybe you’re not looking for a ballet inspired wedding, but seeing shoots like this can help you expand your mind. Think of experiences you share, things in your past that have had an impact on you, places you’ve been, and start designing from there!

Creative Direction and Floral Design: Amy Osaba Events | Photography: M. K. Sadler  | Model: Savannah Lowrey | Dress: Samuelle Couture | Headpieces: Jennifer Behr | Calligraphy: Graceline Art | Ribbon: Silk & Willow | Venue: The 1896 | Makeup: Nicole Sievers | Hair: Styles on B | Rentals: Patina