Special guests of the MET were treated to a Babylonian Garden Party in the Temple of Dendur.
Drawing inspiration from the Middle East, tablescapes resembled magic carpets with beautiful print on print textiles in shades of pink and plum. A dazzling LMD custom light projection cast blue moon tinted light on the temple’s waters and ruins. Peach, white and orange poppies dotted cocktail tables and exotic fritallaria, purple iris and eucalyptus mixed with mouthwatering mounds of fruit, almonds and anise adorned the centers of each dining table. A true Persian feast fit for any king and queen.
Venue: Metropolitan Museum of Art