The Pottery Barn Photo Shoot: A Styled Halloween Party

On a recent trip to South Coast Plaza, I couldn’t help but linger at the windows of Pottery Barn with their beautiful displays, showing off the gorgeous offerings from their towering two story shop. I LOVE to walk in and browse for design and decorating ideas, and feel like, even if just for a moment, that I am living in the catalog that I drool over each month when it is delivered to my mailbox. 😉 Well, imagine my surprise when a couple of months ago I was approached by Pottery Barn to style a shoot for them. Now, I LOVE what I do. Styling is truly my passion. I haven’t had one job that I didn’t love. But I have to say, that getting the opportunity to do what I love, and combine it with a company I love, was definitely a treat. I feel very honored that people I admire for their design skills, would ask me to create something for them. I was given the opportunity to create something I would be excited about…and since Halloween was on the horizon (and you all know how I feel about Halloween,) I couldn’t pass up the chance to create something a little spooky.:)I styled three separate looks…one for a dinner party table, one for a drink serving area, and one for a dessert bar. Just to tease you a little, I’ll reveal one each day for the next few days to get you in the Halloween spirit!:)A perfect Halloween shoot would not have been possible without the perfect location. The Homestead at Bridle Creek, nestled in the hills of North San Diego with it’s acres of live oak trees, pumpkin patch, and gorgeous gardens was, as I’m sure you will see, the PERFECT location.

Here’s a sneak peek…you can find the rest of the images and more details over on my Party website… www.pinkpeppermintprints.com


Let me know what you think!:)
Have a great day!
Tammy

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