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Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
Hollywood Sweet Sixteen
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Hollywood Sweet Sixteen

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Sweet Sixteen Party Plan for Hollywood Premier

Sweet Sixteen Party Plan for Hollywood Premier

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  • 1. Ms. Robert’s 16th HOLLYWOOD Birthday May 17 th , 2008 (A.L. Crosby, TX.)
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  • 4. CONCESSIONS Voodoo Lounge
  • 5. HOLLYWOOD V.I.P.
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  • 8. HOLLYWOOD
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  • 10. This presentation is the blue print from which we implement the party plan. Beginning the descriptive for our plan with slide #3 , you see the red carpet entrance which will be the focus point for the attendees arrivals. The guests are not seen, nor can they see the room until they step in front of the Hollywood backdrop with Louis Vuitton design implements where the photographs can and will be taken. Separated with velvet ropes from the rest of the room, you finish the red carpet walk by entering from behind a curtain screen at the east side of the room. We have arranged for the inclusion of a Marilyn Monroe look-alike to be present to interact with guests to prolong the feeling of the red carpet excitement and to take multiple photos of each attendee. The V.I.P. guests will be equipped with disposable digital cameras, and instructed to “help” us by taking photos of the party and guests arrivals that they find fun. Slide #4 is a representation of the east wall of the party room. Once you enter the party, you’ll find something to snack on right away. Just inside the room from the entrance curtain, you find the party’s CONCESSIONS stand. Popcorn, Cotton Candy, box chocolates, and drinks will be available all evening from this location. Pass the concessions stand and you’ll be standing in Voodoo Lounge, a public space for guests to sit. The Voodoo Lounge will be equipped with 2 black couches and a side table. It’s location to the right of the dance floor will allow more people to utilize the portion of the room that will be used for dancing. Slide #5 is the West wall of the party room. There you will see the banquet table and V.I.P. Lounge. Our banquet table features a foam recreation of the Hollywood sign. Please refer to the catering list of supplies for information on the available foods for the event. The V.I.P area is strictly for the Guest of Honor’s use and the attendees she chooses to allow entrance. This area will have velvet ropes and stanchions to separate the remaining guests from entering. (Staffed) May 17 th 2008 4PM-11PM 4 PM: Limo. arrive @ G.O.H. home 4:15-5: P.U. V.I.P. Guests 5:15-6:15: V.I.P. Dinner Service 6:30: Arrive back at G.O.H. Home 7:15: Leave for Party 7:00: Guests begin to arrive (CSO) 7:30: G.O.H. Arrival @ party 7:45: Banquet table opens 8:45: Banquet table closes 9:00: Guest of Honor Honoring 9:15: Cut the Cake 9:30: Give Gift 9:45: D.J. Control/Pre Bus ???: Clean up These party plans can be altered and changed per the clients’ request. Once the plan has been agreed to and “signed’ off on”, we will be constructing the event per the directives listed here and corroborated by the “Action Quote form F50”.
  • 11. Slide #6 is the stage are where the disc Jockey will set up his equipment and lighting. Behind the D.J., is a movie screen running a movie. With the room’s low light level, the room will be able to look at the movie running as the watch the D.J. operate his sound equipment. This projected video will assist in anchoring the Hollywood theme, adding a design for the North wall of the party room. Slide #7 shows the table set-up and placement for table-wares and design elements for the seated dining area. Using black linens throughout, the table is scattered with starry silver confetti. In the middle of the table is the Star centerpiece which will have a black candle lit on each dining table. On the table there will be one water glass and one linen napkin per seated guest 10 per table. Slide #8 is the presentation of our banquet table from which the guests will eat from. Items will include, but are not limited to: Skewers of fruit. Skewers of chicken and beef. Chips and crackers with an assortment of cheeses and dips. Hoagie sandwiches cut in 4ths. A choice of shrimp salad and chicken salad which can be eaten on the crackers and chips available. This table will be open and restocked for 1 complete hour plus 15 minutes of shut-down duration. Slide #9 shows the location of the cake stand. Centrally located and separated from guests with velvet ropes. The cake will be lit from mini spots, and will be a focal point, and can be seen by seated guests from their assigned table seating. May 17 th 2008 4PM-11PM 4 PM: Limo. arrive @ G.O.H. home 4:15-5: P.U. V.I.P. Guests 5:15-6:15: V.I.P. Dinner Service 6:30: Arrive back at G.O.H. Home 7:15: Leave for Party 7:00: Guests begin to arrive (CSO) 7:30: G.O.H. Arrival @ party 7:45: Banquet table opens 8:45: Banquet table closes 9:00: Guest of Honor Honoring 9:15: Cut the Cake 9:30: Give Gift 9:45: D.J. Control/Pre Bus ???: Clean up These party plans can be altered and changed per the clients’ request. Once the plan has been agreed to and “signed’ off on”, we will be constructing the event per the directives listed here and corroborated by the “Action Quote form F50”.

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