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Valentine's Meal for Two

Dining in Ultimate Style

The Brief

Everyone does flowers and chocolate for Valentine’s Day so a private client wanted to do something genuinely special for his girlfriend and asked for our help. We had 5 days to create a romantic evening in the Natural History Museum that they would never forget.

"Something a little bit different from our normal Natural History Museum events - an evening like no other, the museum was transformed into an intimate and mesmerising space for two guests to enjoy a Valentine's Day meal."

Emily Buckland, Production Designer

The Delivery

The Museum was transformed from an open space of exhibition to an intimate haven that was the perfect place to dine for two. Lighting and audio created the perfect ambience and more personal touches like a seven course meal featuring dishes from the couple’s favourite restaurants and a piano that the guests could play gave this event an intimate feel.

The Response

Seven courses of their favorite meals, a baby grand piano, 100 roses and their friends surprising them later on in the evening made for a dreamy evening with the guests particularly amazed by the beautiful table's centrepiece.

The Inside Story

This project was something a little different from our normal Natural History Museum projects and gave us the chance to craft an event that was truly personal and intimate. The night went perfectly and was achieved in just a five day lead turnaround.

Facts & Figures

5

day turnaround

10

event concept crew

100

red roses

The Team

Introducing the experts, specialists and technicians that made this event spectacular. Their precision and attention to detail is what made this event successful.

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