amazing styled shoot with party connection and club windward.

The beginning of the year is the slow season for me, Photography-wise (notice that’s Photography, with a capital P). The rest of my life seems to be on its usual fast-forward, but since I don’t have any weddings until March, I’ve been able to focus on other things a bit. Which is nice. But it also makes me a bit lonely, since I love my job, and I miss it when I’m not doing it. So when Alisa at Club Windward called me and asked if I’d be interested in taking some photos for some tables she was setting up with Party Connection, I readily agreed. It’s like football practice – making sure I stay primed and pumped before Game Day. With capital letters. Sorry. I’m still in SuperBowl mode.

This table had all the yummy details that I love to shoot, and the menus were so fab! I love anything paper, especially when you add ribbon and scallops. I’m such a girl.

Le Pavillon was nice enough to let us wreck use their beautiful venue for a day of shooting. This Tiffany blue table was one of my favorites!

Although the vibrant colors – and the butterflies! – were stunning on this one.

The centerpieces for these tables were drop-dead amazing! And yes, I tried to talk them into filling up those martini glasses with cocktails, but it didn’t happen. I guess they thought I was kidding.

Just a simple change of flowers creates a whole new mood.

How fun are these colors? And I’m a sucker for square plates.

So. I saved the best for last. At least, in my opinion. I totally want this table in my backyard. All the time. This was set more as a bridal luncheon, but how stunning is it? Glitter is goooood.

A little insider secret: it started to rain just as we got this table all set up, so I had to shoot the whole thing in a matter of seconds, then we tore it down and took it inside. I was sad to see it go.

Thank you Alisa, with Club Windward, and Casey and John, from Party Connection for letting me be a part of this project. I thoroughly enjoyed myself, even without martinis.

Here’s to flowers, candles, bling, and butterflies. And beating the rain. And imaginary martinis. Cheers!


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