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London 21st Birthday Party

Our very first party for this client was for their youngest daughter’s 15th and now they’d be celebrating her 21st coming of age – it was to be a very different affair. We were tasked with finding a central London venue which we could style to reflect Katy Perry’s California Gurls video and that would allow a 03.00am finish. We suggested and booked the blank canvas venue White Space off Leicester Square.

After meticulous planning, we arrived at 08:00 on the day of the party to begin the venue transformation. We draped all the rooms to resemble oozing toffee and bright pink candy floss and installed lighting and props. Giant gummy bears welcomed guests along a candy cane dressed gingerbread walkway. Snoop Dog thrones and sweets galore decked the halls to the main dance floor which featured a fabulous central tree dripping with treats.

Our fabulous international DJ mixed hip hop with Latin tunes from a themed booth with an enormous gingerbread backdrop. An edible fragrance installation proved popular and an impressive birthday cake and yummy selection of scrummy treats was a feast for the eyes as well as the tummy. Dashing cocktail barman were busy all night preparing candy floss topped themed drinks and a selection of delicious cocktails.

Two performers weaved their way through the crowds with a star shaped LED photo frame as a prop for photos of all the party guests decked out in their glorious themed costumes.

It was a fully immersive Candyfornia party that we thoroughly enjoyed getting our creative teeth into planning and producing. Our talented photographer captured all the magical moments which are the treasured memories that will last a lifetime.

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