Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Proper Frosty Fun

This past weekend we brought the outside in at the American Museum of Natural History and created a snow day fit for one very special Bat Mitzvah girl.

The Powerhouse venue, which is housed in what was once the museum's power plant, was 5,000 square feet of inspiration staring us in the face just waiting to be turned it into an elegant and playful winter wonderland.

The guest of honor and her friends chilled out in the snow room, which featured two large glow ottomans and an elaborate display of snowflakes from the ceiling. We sectioned off the space with gorgeous crystal beaded curtains.

Snow Room

As the kids progressed from the snow room to their tables, they found fun low tables accented by silver and turquoise pillows awaiting them. The tables were lined with apothecary jars filled to the brim with blue and white candy and floating orchid centerpieces. To
create an icy, winter effec
t, the vases were designed with crystal sea gems and LED lighting,.

Kid Tables

Candy Jars

Kid Table Centerpieces

For the adult crowd, we designed a space complete with sleek white lounge furniture, accentuated by a mirrored coffee table and side tables. Striking turquoise accent pillows and stunning fur throw blankets accessorized the space along with decorative white lanterns. Tall white snow stricken branch arrangements outlined the adult lounge completing your winter wonderland fantasy.

Adult Lounge

Adult Lounge

In order to pop more color into the space, turquoise blue and ice blue lanterns in various sizes were hung across the dance floor.

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