Glittering 21st Birthday Party
Producing events for existing clients can be one of the biggest challenges we face but they are also the most enjoyable. When we were approached in September to produce a spectacular 21st birthday, having previously produced their 18th birthday party we needed to pull something special out of the bag!
The brief for the party, being just a few days before Christmas was to produce something spectacular with a winter wonderland feel, lots of fairy lights and a touch of glitter!
The event started with champagne, of course, in the clients stunning house along with some delicious canapes before the majority of the guests arrived and the party moved into the marquee.
At about 9pm a further 75 guests arrived for the main party – held in the fabulous marquee in the back garden. The exterior of the marquee was draped with fairy lights and the walkways lined with glittering twig trees.
The interior of the marquee was lined with ivory starcloth, glitter balls and even more fairy lights. Guests were welcomed into the marquee with cocktails mixed by our very own cocktail flairer. Spectacular lighting along with a white gloss dancefloor meant the marquee looked spectacular and the guests got a real wow factor.
Inside the marquee guests were served delicious bowl food, which meant they could continue to mingle and chat without being restricted by a formal sit down meal and then deserts in the form of a crepe station which was one of the most popular points of the evening!
A top London DJ entertained the guests until midnight when the music was switched off, headphones handed out and a silent disco was started to allow the neighbours to go to sleep – whilst the party continued to the early hours!
Finally… the verdict:
“A belated thank you for all your hard work in putting on Kate’s 21st birthday party. We were delighted with how it all went and have had lots of appreciative comments from the guests. Particular highlights were the silent disco and the crepe stand, which seemed to prove very popular. People also commented on how good the marquee and the garden looked.”