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An Enchanted Forest Themed Dinner Dance

An Enchanted Forest Themed Dinner Dance

Every year Roselle are tasked with transforming this event space into a dream like experience for the guests and their partners. We create an event that transports them into a fantasy world of beauty and surprises.

The fun, glamour and entertainment began as soon as guests arrived at the venue, when they were greeted by a beautiful white iron birdcage with an exquisite burlesque dancer in a vibrant bird costume inside.

 The entrance corridor to the ballroom was transformed with faux grass flooring, floor to ceiling draping, trees, plants, herbs and candle lanterns. Stunning performing artistes in bejewelled peacock and forest fawn costumes guided guests through to the main event space. All these elements, sounds, smells and textures, worked together to bring the outdoors in and give guests the feeling they were on their way to a magical event.

The main event space was transformed into a enchanted forest with iron entrance gates covered in growing ivy, a giant oak tree bar, fallen leaf effect dance floor, a draped ceiling to replicate the tree canopy of a forest, 5 foot tall twisted willow tree table centres with moss, plants and herbs, ivy entwined furniture, twinkly p-lights and atmospheric lighting. The transformation was spectacular and you could hear the audible gasp as guests entered the room.

Guests enjoyed magical entertainment from the amazing Dynamo and danced the night away to the sounds of BRIT award winning singer-songwriter James Morrison. In addition Roselle’s New Media Designer created all the print material to compliment the overall theme, from the invitations to the table plan and butterfly place cards which perched delicately on the rim of a wine glass. It’s this attention to detail that makes all the different and will ensure a truly memorable event.

Staff will be talking about this event for years to come and are always excited and enthusiastic about what the next year will bring. This is testament to the fact that investment in staff events can improve motivation, morale and even staff attraction and retention.