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LOS ANGELES The Hub television network invited guests of all ages to the world premiere screening for its My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic season-two finale episode, “A Canterlot Wedding.” The playful, whimsical event employed a heavy-handed wedding theme—or “bridle party,” as it was known—at Royal/T on Saturday. Hub's Dupe Bosu oversaw the event, tapping YourBash! to produce.
“From an event standpoint, we wanted to create a fun environment for both kids and adults, as all ages are fans of the My Little Pony brand,” said YourBash!'s Jaime Geffen. To that end, the team designed an event with a garden party wedding feel that included a pink and purple color palette.
Activity stations set up throughout the party space allowed guests to participate in wedding activities, like mini wedding cakes decorating in “Pinkie Pie & Applejack's Cake Confectionery,” costuming in “Rarity's Closet,” a photo-op area in “Twilight's Moment in the Spotlight Area,” bouquet making in “Fluttershy's Flower Boutique,” and “Rainbow Dash's Horseshoe Toss.”
Midway through the event, celebrity host Brooke Burke introduced the two wedding episodes scheduled to air April 21 on Hub; she began with a traditional toast and bouquet toss. While watching the show, kids and adults nibbled tea sandwiches, sugar-sprinkled popcorn, and mini crudité cups. Afterward, Burke cut the wedding cake in honor of the pony couple and the crowd shared in the desserts on display.