Guests started the evening with cocktails in the "Earth Element" area, which had an entrance that was bathed in green lights.
Photo: PWP Studio
Chelsea Floral designed the "Earth Element" space. Inspired by a rain forest, the area featured live entertainment from Liquid Sky.
Centerpieces held natural elements including butterflies, stones, and moss.
Dressed like a fantastical peacock, a strolling performer doubled as a "living table." Events of a Lifetime donated the table.
Dinner took place in the "Water Element," which had deep blue lighting designed to make guests feel as though they were submerged into ocean waters. Active Production and Design built a custom stage set for the space.
Your Event Solution created and designed the "Water Element." The area featured aerialists from Liquid Sky, along with other live entertainment from the group.
Your Event Solutions created a 16-foot-long table with a built-in water feature.
Guests had dinner in the water-theme area. Wolfgang Puck Catering prepared the meal. The salad course contained chopped farmer's market vegetables topped with shaved Parmesan and balsamic vinaigrette.
Other oceanic decor included tall Lucite columns topped with bubble-print lampshades.
For the after-party, guests transitioned to the "Fire Element." The space was created and designed by Unique Event Elements.
AFR Event Furnishings, a sponsor, showcased new products and furniture in each of the "elements." For the fire-inspired lounge, the company brought in red and orange ottomans and throw pillows in fiery hues.
Wolfgang Puck's after-party desserts included a variation on Twinkies made with red velvet cake.
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