This sweet-fifteen party was nothing but pink lavishness! Our purpose was to create a pink cherry blossom forest embellished with pink flowers and mirrors. The event took place at the Kaluz Museum, located in the heart of Mexico City’s historic center. This outstanding viceregal building, which had previously been the iconic hotel Hernán Cortés, was recently remodeled and turned into an art museum. The entrance tunnel’s floor and walls were built with pink mirror, while the ceiling was made of extruded mirror pieces. Tree structures painted in light pink decorated the place, with pink flowers as treetops. The marble, mirror and crystal tables were complimented with rose chairs, as well as high and low centerpieces. There was a pink hanging garden with a pink wisteria chandelier at the center. Our pick for flowers were hydrangeas, roses in blush and pink pastel tones, lisianthus, baby roses, phalaenopsis orchids and dendrobium orchids. The junk bar walls and ceiling were made of roses, and the whole venue flooring was built with pink mirror. After diner, Manuel Turizo gave a grand private concert at the museum’s terrace, which was turned into a nightclub with pink booths, ice-made coolers, two ice bars and a two-floor junk bar. DJ Bagnis, DJ Rodrigo De La Rosa and Circo Dragón had an outstanding performance too!
Performance, Manuel Turizo and Circo Dragón . DJ Bagnis, DJ Rodrigo De La Rosa.