Painting, Wine, Food, and Fun at Pinot’s Palette in Princeton
On the night of January 22th, 2016 Pinot’s Palette Princeton had its VIP Grand Opening in Forrestal Village. It was a huge event for Kathleen and her husband, Michael, who decided to open up their own franchise after going to a night of painting at another Pinot’s Palette. At these venues you can eat, bring wine and paint! They are great for a date night, going out with friends and co-workers or with family.
They hired Suzanne O’Rourke of www.cre8astory.com played a big part to plan the event to bring it all together and also hired me to capture the event.
Please note all images copyright Deirdre Ryan Photography. Do note screen grab images, it’s not only bad karma, it’s also illegal, thank you 🙂
It was catered by Tre Piani, and House of Cupcakes.
The balloons were done by Monday Morning Flowers & Balloon Co.
After the mayor of Plainsboro and the President of the Princeton Chamber of Commerce helped to cut the ribbon to official open, Kathleen and Michael said a few lovely words.
Michael gave her a small gift, it was a beautiful moment 🙂
Afterwards, everyone started to eat, have some wine and settle in to start with the painting lesson!
This was our awesome painting instructor!
After every painting party there’s a photo of everyone holding their finished piece and a funny, crazy photo right afterwards like the one below.
When everyone left, I wanted to get a shot of Kathleen, Michael and their staff of talented people together. It was a great night, but the wind was kicking up because as we remember, that was the night of a huge blizzard and we all drove home in it and made it home safely.
Thank you everyone for such a great night and for letting me be a part of it!