Designer Adrian Wu filled the Studio at World MasterCard Fashion Week with playful balloon trees. Models walked the runway—a path of green Astroturf—wearing theatrical dresses and masks from the movie V for Vendetta.
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Beneath the floating decor, Chair-Man Mills provided Bormioli glasses and colourful blue napkins that brightened the tables. As a small gift, wine stoppers topped with a glass globe awaited guests at their place settings.
An all-white lounge area had a ceiling of balloons, glowing bars, and more plush seating. The room also had a street-style hot dog cart, an ice cream bar, and a stage that housed the late-night entertainment.
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The indoor pool area, located on the second floor of the venue, was decorated with large clear and silver balloons. A bar topped with a silver sequin table cloth stood at the far end of the room.
Photo: Sean T. Smith
A massive archway of balloons loomed over guests as they entered the party. These helium-filled beauties get an A.
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A series of oversize white balloons hung from the ceiling above two orange bars in the Artifacts Room.
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The American Folk Art Museum's Katie Hush and Matt Beaugrand used balloons to add some dimension and texture to the otherwise stark facade of Metropolitan Pavilion, which hosted the museum's benefit. Rows of large, stationary white balloons, attached to rigid ribbons and weighted down by silver stars, lined the red carpet.
Sunway University used a balloon arch with their corporate colours to create a more relaxed feel for their Career Network Tea.
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Under the Sea themed Decor good for both private and corporate dinners.
Drinks Bar backdrop