Pretty in Pink - Leading Events's Private Party at Dream Downtown
The last time I lived in pink was like…10 years ago. I was one of those girls who had everything in pink — sneakers, pencil cases, hair bands, you name it. However, when I reached puberty, my obsession with pink clashed with my newfound identity as a “mature and independent woman.” I decided that, with the exception of nail polish, it was time to withdraw from the world of pink.
I almost shouted out as soon as I stepped into the party room. With the dress code #“10yearchallenge,” not only guests but the venue itself was dressed up as an homage to 2009. It was adorned by pink balloons, ribbons, stickers, and even napkins. It goes without saying that all the food and drink were perfectly matching up — a testament to Leading Events’s ability to plan a great party.
If you want to be a successful guest at Leading Events’s future parties, here’s the party guide typed with my 15 % hangover:
Step 1: Shake off your nerves by taking a shot of the Chopin Vodka, and let the party begin.
Step 2: Stimulate your appetite with the pink ricotta toasts served by the best personal chef in NYC: Madison Papp.
Step 3: Indulge yourself with the pink creme fraiche caviar cones. Believe it or not, it was dedicated topped by 24 K gold leaf stars sprinkled with CBD glitter by Off The Vine.
Step 4: Absolutely try the pink vodka gummy bears! Creatively infused with Chopin Vodka, it delivered an incredibly dual flavor of sweetness and stimulation.
Step 5: Come upstairs to the swimming pool and have fun! Be careful or you may get a crush on the most gorgeous guys on this planet from Runway Waiters.
Step 6: Now it’s time to live it up! Mark down your stunning looks through the Hypnocam, cuddle your friends and lovers, and enjoy some “trampoline time” with your besties on a king size bed.
Feeling exhausted or thirsty after the rivalry? Take a bottle of TREO with you. This fruity beverage infused with birch water will refresh you up in a wink.
It was a wonderful launching party where people came to mingle, recollect, and share their stories. Lea, as one of the many girls with “pink fever,” but one of the very few mature and independent females who associate pink with her identity, has a unique story to tell. “I believe that real men wear pink.” Inspired by her father, Lea chose millennial pink as the business color for Leading Events, a company led by creative millennials.
The main takeaway I got from the event is, pink is much more sophisticated than we thought. It was a color that once dominated our carefree childhood, and it also plays a big part in constructing our own identities. Pink signifies more than just youth. It is the color for hope, empowerment, creativity, and leadership.