A Kaleidoscope Effect

In our most recent post, we took a look back over the years at our annual party in Cooperstown… here is a detailed look at this years event, “A Night in Bombay,” where we took extra attention to detail in all the parts that mattered. The 120 year old fountain was the inspiration for the evening- incorporating giant pieces of colored glass, creating a kaleidoscope effect! And as always, a special thanks to Frost for being a part of our team!

A stage piece blending gloriosa lilies, pink phales, eremurus, gladiolus, crab apple and amaranthus

A stage piece blending gloriosa lilies, pink phales, eremurus, gladiolus, crab apple and amaranthus

Perfect touch to a valance treatment

Perfect touch to a ceiling and valance treatment

Incorporating the colorful world of Bombay heritage in the vibrant centerpieces

Incorporating the colorful world of Bombay heritage in the vibrant centerpieces

Umbrellas filled the open air of the tent

Umbrellas filled the open air of the tent

The fountain become further illuminated through the evening to enchant guests

The enchanting fountain was a focal point throughout the evening

"A Night in Bombay"

“A Night in Bombay”

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