The first ever #RGPSenior Grad Party is officially in the books! Last year, I had the pleasure of capturing senior photos for 19 amazing graduates! I really can’t say enough great things about these kids, and I’m constantly impressed at their talents, achievements, and individualism. Most of the seniors I photographed last season were from Eagan High School (since I work there part-time), but I also widened my net to students from Eastview, Rosemount, and Chanhassen. The school list continues to grow for the Class of 2020 as well! I was so impressed at how open and welcoming everyone was to each other, though they didn’t know each other beforehand. It was just further proof of how awesome my #RGPsenior clients are.
Because I had such a stellar class of seniors this year, I wanted to celebrate them in some way. The idea of hosting a grad party for my Class of 2019 seniors hit me in about January, and I’ve been planning ever since. I booked a beautiful little studio in Northeast Minneapolis owned by Lauren Falk, and the rest began to fall into place! I tried to plan down to every detail, including on-brand decor, lemonade “mocktails”, color-coordinated snacks, and a dance-friendly playlist. Each senior who attended got a fun little bag of goodies from me as well as a mini photo shoot. The real treat, however, was some final time spent together before all of them head off to college this fall! Within the group, I had valedictorians, future scientists, Broadway-bound talent, and plenty of comedians. We learned a lot about each other through a game of Two Truths and a Lie and took plenty of pictures in the photo booth! I can’t say enough great things about my class of 2019 #RGPseniors, and I wish all of them the absolute best in the future.
To see highlights from each of these fabulous seniors’ individual sessions, check out my “Best of 2018 Seniors” blog post!
[…] I love all these gals so much. Many of them had me take their senior photos and attended my grad party last week. They all participated in theater during high school, and I had the pleasure of working with them […]
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