Event Photography | The Stone Terrace + Hamilton, NJ | Notre Dame High School Class of 1968 50th Reunion
Hey again everyone!
I recently had a blast photographing the Class of 1968 50th Class Reunion of Notre Dame High School , held at The Stone Terrace in Hamilton, NJ. It was a large event with roughly 100 attendants, including business people, those who are retired, including a former sports caster from ESPN radio, and many other classmates from all backgrounds.
All of the guests showed up with lots of memories, spirit and enthusiasm. They honored their military Veterans, remembering classmates who have deceased, held a raffle, and of course lots of dancing to the Meg Hanson Group with Billy Hill. The venue looked amazing, as well.
All of the decorating and planning were done by The NDHS Class of 1968 Reunion Committee. One of the classmates who wasn’t able to be there, donated two bottles of wine per table, the tables also had these beautiful blue wine bottles that had LED lights inside, the table of memories had items such as photos, class pins, rings, the coveted baby blue blazer worn by only the senior class girls, and yearbooks.
Everyone there had a really good time, getting everyone to look my way during the large class picture was let’s say “a challenge”, and the staff at The Stone Terrace were a huge help in getting what I needed(a tall ladder for the group photos).
I brought one of my battery powered strobes and paired it with a 48″ octa soft modifier, the staff brought me a tall ladder so that I could get everyone in and the light gave me that nice burst that I needed.
A prayer was said before the dinner started.
Some classmates from the Class of 1967 “crashed” the party LOL
If you saw my other post for the Class of 1967, NDHS is also where I went, as well as my mother, and uncle. This night, Meg Hanson, the singer, told others there that one of the nuns that taught at our school was her aunt, and the drummer also went to Notre Dame. Small world!
I was glad to have been there for all the excitement and happy to share some of that with you here. Hope you enjoy the pictures!
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