One of our regular corporate clients asked us to source the perfect venue, produce and manage their annual summer party for 800 guests with outdoor space for a cocktail reception, indoors for dinner / dancing in London.
After much research we found the stunning Kensington Palace Pavilion. This unique events venue is situated in the heart of the palace grounds and overlooks the beautiful Sunken Garden.
The great thing about hiring Kensington Palace Pavilion is that it is a dry hire space. Therefore, the possibilities for event production and design are endless!
What we did:
Our client asked us to create a 70s themed disco. At Events by Knight we have vast experience in creating and delivering whatever the client’s vision is.
As this is a dry hire space absolutely everything that was needed for the party had to be brought in. We are meticulous with every detail as we only had 3 hours to get everything set up and ready before our guests started to arrive. We provided sofas, bars, lighting, stage, dancefloor, food stations and a shimmer tunnel photobooth. As well as the extensive event production the event was complete with bespoke floristry.
Events by Knight under the creative direction of event producer Kwame Knight managed and produced the entire event.
The client had their own company band and which was complimented them a DJ and a 70s dance troupe who did a choreographed performance.
Kensington Palace Pavilion proved to be the perfect location and backdrop for the summer party that our corporate client had envisaged.
The complete event production provided by Events by Knight made for a great ambience which had all of our clients guests dancing into the night and having the celebration they all thoroughly deserved.
Services we provided for this event:
Corporate Event Planning & Management
Event Design & Production
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