Our professionally organized, pre-arranged theme parties are the easy way to create a memorable experience for your event. To complement each theme, you may choose menus that are specially tailored to your guests' needs and preferences.
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Classical Imperial Theme
The world of Imperial China is recreated with this theme. During the evening, be invited to dine in the Emperors’ Gallery, surrounded by large portraits of past rulers and their Empresses. The richness of the portraits is echoed in the stage and table decoration, right down to the jade napkin holders.
Dragon Imperial Theme
Sit amidst the splendour of the Imperial Courts' Dragon heraldry and soak in the colour and majesty of this theme. Silk banners and pendants hang and stand throughout the room; the bright colours of red, gold, blue and Imperial yellow dominate. Tables are the highlight of this décor, along with dragon motif chair covers and napkins. The centrepiece of twisted bamboo leaves provides a memorable finish.
This theme presents China at its most daring, with a designer take on the revolutionary spectacle. The walls are covered in Communist Party posters from the 1970's and 1980's and freestanding statues of the Great Leader are placed in various poses throughout the room. Waiters are dressed in Mao-style uniforms to match the theme.
Unashamedly opulent and colourful, this classic French design of Toulouse-Lautrec's famous hideaway will bring guests back to the Paris of 1900. Rich burgundy brocades and velvet drapes, gold statues and crystal chandeliers are the perfect ensemble for an extravagant night out. Can-can dancers and a slightly risqué floorshow add to the evening's atmosphere. Here is a night for great flamboyant French food and wines served on tables draped in brocade. The Moulin Rouge staff wear classic French outfits.
Old Hong Kong Tea House
A simple and elegant design of the bygone era of Old Hong Kong makes this an ideal buffet or lunch time event. Tea shops and other old Hong Kong shop fronts, such as Chinese chemists and seafood shops, will surround the venue. Areas for tea and noodle-making, and handicraft objects, make this theme ideal for corporate welcome cocktail, as well as evening events.
Music for the event may be soothing Chinese jazz or a classical Chinese ensemble. The waiting staff are dressed in stylish uniforms that match the theme and period.
Shanghai in the 1920's was the place to be. Nightclubs and glamorous parties held during this period were much talked about throughout the world. As guests enter the ballroom, they are brought back to the heydays of Shanghai.
Colours of gold, bronze, copper and black are predominant, with hand-painted pictures from this period adorning the walls. Details such as columns dressed with 1920's figurines and gold palm trees add to the overall atmosphere. The wait staff may be costumed in 1920’s clothing.