We added a little spice to this year’s Hawaii Food and Wine Festival, helping design one of the Festival’s signature evening Events. The Event at the Modern Honolulu drew its inspiration from spice markets from around the world.
Upon entering the space, Guests were greeted at the welcome focal wall, which featured oversized spice textured signage flanked by large turquoise urns, modern basket weave vases, bamboo reeds and potted ferns. The pop of color from the urns drew Guests into the space and featured chefs were highlighted with custom printed signage
The lanai and pool deck were decorated with saffron colored linen cocktail tables with copper tin cans housing multi-colored flowers reminiscent of floral market displays. Floating on the pool were copper trays filled with flower petals and tea lights.
Along the right of the pool deck, RAJ drapes adorned with jeweled lanterns opened up to reveal two separate entryways. Mixologist stations were decorated with brightly colored spices and cobalt blue apothecary bottles used as vases.
Transporting Guests from India to Thailand, Moroccan Lanterns led the way to the second floor pool deck to illuminated floating flowers in the wading pool. Looking down to the first floor, Guests were transfixed by our gobo floral light patterns.