Painting The Plaza Pink
Valentines meets Versailles at The Plaza; a night of pink tulle, aerialists, champagne, confetti, and cakes, meant to be relived over and over again. Celebrating life, the glamorous gilded age of New York City, and our Creative Director Rebecca's 40th birthday, we hosted the party of the decade!
Brimming with soulful decadence and romance, a wild force of passion and creativity came together to transform The Plaza’s Grand Ballroom into a Victorian-era dream.
The guests arrived by way of Lewis Miller's floral staircase into a flower filled room set with the most elegant table covered in roses, crystal, and bouquet-trimmed plates.
The first gown of the evening was created with endless pink layers of silk petals, tulle, and ruffles by none other than the original queen of fancy, Vera Wang.
Changing into LoveShackFancy couture with an epic tulle train, Rebecca ignited the party in a fairytale moment swinging from the twinkling chandelier before the aerialist took flight.
Glitzed and glammed, we took to the dance floor in our new Soiree Collection (coming soon) plus headpieces by Brent Lawler. The party began in front of our dream dessert tablescape with the most magical cakes from our favorite cake artists including Laduree, Cakes by Lana New York, Nine Cakes, Made in Heaven Cakes, and Sarah & Simon Cake Design.
Ladies came best-decked in pink, and gentlemen dressed to the nines. We celebrated birthday magic with a few of our favorites, including Lilah Ramzi, Asia Monet Ray, Batsheva Hart, Coco Bassey, Ivy Getty, Lili Buffett, Emma Brooks, Olivia Ponton, Jessica Joffe, Marianna Hewitt, Lauren Gores Ireland, and Sai de Silva.
In collaboration with our dear friend and artistic director Marcella Guarino, we created the most unreal, heart-stopping dance show in town; a true masterpiece.
Burlesque dancers adorned with pearls and feathers, followed by a fashion show dance experience in our new Soiree Collection heightened the evening's festivities.
Like a modern-day fairytale, our Prince Charming wrote and recited a poem of love, 'In Your Wildest Dreams' from a Juliet balcony.
Hearts exploding full of love and passion, we danced the night away in a sea of confetti, feathers, and pink tulle, knowing that love, after all, makes the world go round.