The bridal couple--Arpeeta and Arpan--used #Peetapan as the hashtag for their wedding a year earlier. So what better theme for their first anniversary bash than "Peter Pan"?
Here, a gobo of the couple's mongram.
The GlassHouse serves as the venue
Neverland guest book
The guest book invites attendees to Neverland.
Red Bliss Design oversaw stationery items and graphic design.
Pirate signs point the way
In keeping with the Peter Pan theme, pirate vignettes rule the night.
Here, signage leads guests to various areas of the party.
A long view of the room showing the various themed areas.
Mermaid serves champagne
A mermaid from the famed Mermaid Lagoon stands on dry land to offer glasses of champagne.
The mermaid server shows her stuff.
Hammered copper serving vessels adorn the appetizer buffet.
A long view of the dessert buffet.
Dessert bar menu
The charming menu for the dessert bar.
Treasure chest for plates
A fun plate presentation: In a treasure chest.
Mermaid Lagoon cookies
Cookies suit the Mermaid Lagoon theme.
Captain Hook motif
Another Captain Hook motif.
A mermaid visits the party
What's a Mermaid Lagoon without a real, live mermaid?
Native Camp area
The Native Camp area features a cozy vignette with a 20-foot teepee from Bright Event Rentals and pattern projection lighting by Enhanced Lighting.
Lost Boys area
Hangman’s Tree, reminiscent of the home of the Lost Boys, incorporates a 12-foot Banyan tree and a beautiful gobo featuring the couple’s monogram from the custom invitations designed by Red Bliss Designs.
This area also provides seating for the guests near the dance floor. Floral appliqué linens from Wildflower Linen.
Lost Boys area
Another view of the Lost Boys area.
The stunning "undersea" bar.
The venue's chandelier not only serves as a decor but also serves as the rigging for the aerial artists from AVL Entertainment.
Enjoying the aerialists
Guests enjoy the aerialists.
DJ Aman Beyond rocks the house