Here are more Oscar after party photos. Floral and decorated walls continue to be popular as they envelop an area and help further the ambiance. Paper flowers form a backdrop to a food station at the Seth McFarlane after party.
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Everybody loves to see the after party photos from the Oscar post parties. It seems like Radiant Orchid, the color of the year was embraced by the organizers of the Oscar after parties for a stunning effect. Following the lead from last year of doing away with formal sit down dinners, this year featured 50 varieties of tray passed items amid lounge furniture seating.
Ever wonder where the presenters hang out waiting their turn to present? The so called “green room” is anything but green. Designed by Architectural Digest, this room suggest Old World Hollywood for sure.
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Every year Pantone (the global authority on color) triumphantly selects and announces the color of the year. Unlike last year’s color – emerald green – this year is bound to be a favorite. Radiant Orchid is described by the company as a “captivating harmony of fuchsia, purple, and pink undertones”. Pantone claims that consumers are looking for a state of thoughtful, emotional an artistic equilibrium” - how about just saying we are choosing a happy cheerful palette after last year’s color bombed?
Here is a photo that I think incorporate the color tones in a particularly beautiful and elegant way:
Leave it to a Hollywood star to push for an out of the box, nontraditional creation for her wedding cake! Kaley Cuoco’s (star of the Big Bang Theory) request to the Butter End bakery for a nontraditional cake led them to create ”their most epic creation to date.”
A separate fuchsia tent featuring a five tiered upside down cake hanging from a chandelier was set up for the grand reveal. Several weeks of work went into the design and rigging details. Sand bags were hung from the chandelier to test the weight to make sure it would hold. A center pull armature held the cake upright and board planks held up the individual tiers. It took three people to hold the free standing structure while the bride cut the chocolate almond cherry cake with cherry cream cheese buttercream. The whole cake was covered in white rolled chocolate fondant and encircled with dripping jewels complimenting the chandelier.
Start of a new trend? Hmnn… what do you think?