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I was so delighted to be invited to the open house showcasing The Barn at Green Valley to all of us within the event industry. The team at Paula Le Duc of course executed flawlessly and there's a reason they say 'Perfect will be just fine.' And it was just that: perfect.
This space doesn't disappoint with incredible views and a property that is full of opportunity for beautiful little vignettes and ability to customize the space to your own vision in mind. It's location is nestled near Napa Valley and just a short 40 minutes away from San Francisco. So many talented partners came together to showcase this venue and I enjoyed myself tremendously as I ate the most tasty bites and the refreshing drinks were quite an indulgence. Bringing it all together with the true highlight of the day -- spending time with new friends and familiar faces in this exciting and wonderful industry.
Thank you again for having me!
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Paula Le Duc // Urban Parlour // Standard Party Rentals // Blueprint Studios // Elan Artists // Elysium Productions // Event Services Plus // Found Rentals // Flutter Magazine // Got Light // Julie Song Ink // La Tavola Fine Linen // Theoni Lifestyle Event Rentals // Film Kodak Professional and Richard Photo Lab
These two couldn't be more fun or adventurous, so when they said they wanted to do a portrait session to celebrate their five years of marriage, I couldn't help but jump at the chance to shoot this beautiful session! Complete with a beautiful bouquet from Honeycomb Affair and HMUA by Nancy Z Beauty, we ventured out into the dry desert heat of Palm Springs and spent our time among the (stunning!) windmills. Between the dreamy light, the movement created by the wind and the love and fun these two share together as a couple, it was a recipe for complete success! Congrats to Kim and Robbie as they celebrate five years of marriage and here's to many more!
Images shot on Fuji 400h film, Developed and Scanned by Richard Photo Lab.