Saturday, March 18, 2023

The first staging of the Pink Garden Party got off to a fab start last Sunday when attendees, draped in shades of the colour, showed up to the Bellefield Great House in Montego Bay.

The Curated Events & Services-produced brunch, hosted under the theme 'The Family Celebrating Women' commemorated International Women's Day.

Curated Events & Services partner Suzette Brown explained that the event was meant to celebrate women, through expression and shared experiences. "The plan was to create an event that women and men could come out, connect, and have a shared idyllic experience. Every element was carefully thought out to stimulate the senses. The décor within a garden setting, live music, and sumptuous food offerings from Robbie Joseph Catering, fully incorporated the pink theme," said Brown.

Songbird Tammi T and flautist Shavonee Williams added to the entertainment package.

Page 2 shares highlights.

Photographer: Aceion Cunningham

Who, What, Wear? - Public relations and marketing strategist Kyesha Randall's hot pink blazer-and-jeans look did all the talking.
Wrapped In Print - RSD Shipping Agency Jamaica Managing Director Sonia Clarke-Bowen certainly succeeded at feeling modern and nostalgic at the same time. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
'Pink' In Bio - Social media marketer Tahjaera Thompson kept it flirty in a tulle mini and her cascading curls held back with a fetching floral headband. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
Group Therapy - From left: Senator Gabriela Morris; attorney-at-law Phillip Yapp Jr; and Curated Services & Events partner Suzette Brown. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
Sitting Pretty......was brand consultant Kedecia Lauder. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
Take Two - National Tourism Debate Executive Director Michelle Tulloch (left), and Digicel Corporate and Government Relations Director Joy Clark were out for fun. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
Here And Now - Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce & Industry President Oral Heaven and his wife Sagicor Bank personal banker Candice (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
Married to Pink - Fairtech Services principals Kevin and Nathalie Fairweather committed to the theme. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

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