At “Natalie's Goodnight”, everyone stayed up late to celebrate. As guests entered the Magnolia Hotel in their pajamas, they were invited to cross the welcome mat and enter Natalie's “house”. The unique layout of the venue was perfectly and completely transformed into a home, with everything from a closet where guests dressed up and snapped photos to a sleek rec room where guests shot pool. The “man cave” with video games and couches made a cool spot to chill, while artistic inspiration heated up where fabulous wax-hand sculptures were created in the arts and crafts room. Throughout the night, guests could be caught resting, jumping or even having pillow fights on the bed.
That evening, everyone enjoyed the most important meal of the day: breakfast! At waffle, omelet and cereal bars, guests crafted their own perfect plate. Adults dined in the formal dining room with elegant lamps and floral arrangements, while young guests were given pizza boxes with plates and silverware that they used to build their breakfast and to carry it with them from room to room, finding more fun as they munched. A good night wouldn't be complete without the quintessential nightcap - milk and cookies.
Natalie's Goodnight, from the sleeping eye mask place cards to the giant two-foot high blow up twister game was just as unique, elegant and playful as she is!
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