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This Island art and taste prewedding  disco white party was a vibrant and exciting  event!

Alexis and James, a charming couple from the Bahamas, recently celebrated their love in grand style at the luxurious Four Seasons in Athens. However, before the main event, they hosted a spectacular pre-wedding party at the Private House at Island Art and Taste, drawing inspiration from their homeland’s vibrant culture and natural beauty.

The venue was transformed into a tropical paradise, adorned with exotic leaves, disco balls, green-hued florals, and elegant silver details. As guests arrived, they were greeted by a stunning mirror aisle leading to the entrance, setting the stage for an unforgettable evening.

To infuse the celebration with a lively atmosphere, disco balls were strategically placed throughout the venue, adding a touch of glamour and transforming the minimalist decor into a festive party ambiance.

In keeping with the theme, all guests were dressed in crisp white attire, creating a sense of unity and bringing the essence of summer to life. The combination of the stunning setting, vibrant decor, and joyful atmosphere made Alexis and James’s pre-wedding celebration a truly magical and memorable occasion for all who attended.

A “Disco White Party” is a themed event where guests are encouraged to wear all-white attire. These parties typically evoke a sense of elegance and sophistication, with a vibrant atmosphere reminiscent of disco culture.

The concept of a Disco White Party originated from the tradition of white parties, which became popular in the 1970s in New York City’s nightlife scene. They were often held in upscale venues and featured guests dressed entirely in white clothing. Over time, the concept has evolved and been adapted for various occasions and settings, including weddings, corporate events, and private parties.

Alexis dress was from the Zimmermann collection, art de table from Stylebox rentals and food styling from Dipnosofistirion Catering.