It was a breezy, wonderful evening on February 14th as hundreds of people, most of them dressed in 1800's Boroque clothing, gathered in front of The Custom House Museum in Key West. It was the 41st annual Wesley House Family Services Valentine's Gala. The mood was inspired by Valentine's Day. The theme was inspired by the Netflix series Bridgerton. The giving was inspired by children and families in need of the many support services Wesley House offers. Dozens and dozens of items were donated for the silent auction by area businesses. Throughout the evening guests were entertained by the band The Prime Movers. It was a wonderful night of dining, entertainment and giving.
I donated my services to photograph the event for Wesley House. Below are a few photos from the evening. To see all the photos from the Valentine's Gala visit the photo gallery. All visitors to the photo gallery may download five watermarked digital photos for no charge. Additional digital download photos are available in social size as well as printable size up to 8x12 and you may order prints also.
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Wesley House Family Services: Website
Photographer: Mark Funkhouser
Catering: Catered Affairs
Music: The Prime Movers
Emcees: Steve Miller and Erin McKenna