The Arcadian Court along with The Loft were the perfect venue and fit the Gatsby theme perfectly!We were amazed at the lengths the guests went to get decked out in Gatsby era fashion! Finger waves, bobs and pin curls were everywhere along with various 1920’s accessories. We brought a number of props including our awesome wood carved moustaches and lips. This crowd knows and respects this era well! Principal dancer Sonia Rodriguez showed her support along with her husband Kurt Browning. They hammed it up for the Snapshot Photobooth and looked absolutely fabulous!
Rebekah Rimsay also a principal dancer at the National Ballet looked stunningly gorgeous posing with friends. Guests definitely loved their Gatsby moments caught on film in the Snapshot Photobooth. Keepsakes they will undoubtedly cherish of their intrepid night out in one of Toronto‘s worst storms. And of course, the entertainment was awesome! Guests were treated to a performance by the students of The National Ballet School. They showed us all why their school is one of the best in the world.
The dinner and service by Oliver and Bonacini was fantastic as can be expected by this premiere restaurant portfolio. The evening was a huge success raising funds for students that could not otherwise afford to develop their raw talent. We look forward to working with this great group of people again at future events.
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