Moët & Chandon modern chic sparkle

The sun was shining and H&G Creations had the pleasure of creating the event styling concepts for the well-known brand Moet & Chandon. In the spirit of such a beautiful brand they wanted to communicate glamour, as well as a luxurious feel to the event styling.

A decadent private dining room

 First, Marco Pierre White’s private dining room was transformed into a decadent, sparkling space. A long table was dressed with sequins, candle holders added pops of colour, as well as floral arrangements and golden geometric shapes. H&G Creations used elements of modern chic, glamour and soft lush florals to set the tone for an evening of tastings of Moët wine and food pairings for some very special guests.

The Moët & Chandon Club

Guests then moved on to the basement club of House on Leeson Street. The stylists used heavy gold sequin curtains, oversized balloons, gold roses and tassels to turn this red room into a glistening den for guest to experience Moët & Chandon cabaret celebration and dancing.

What We Loved

To add to the glamour, a make up station was set for guests to pamper themselves for the evening ahead. Deep red, velvet and luxury golden bottles added decadence at every corner – balloon tails hung from the ceiling adding to the decoration of the den.


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