Harbour & Jones Events invited clients from venues including including St Paul’s Cathedral and RSA House and companies including JM Finn and JWT to the bash.
The night’s theme was ‘All that Glitters Gotta Be Glam’, inspired by the glamour of Venetian balls. The caterer's creative director Jules Heckman Hughes planned the evening, using beading, ostrich feathers and glittering birds on the tables.
The party also celebrated another anniversary: the 40th birthday or Harbour & Jones co-founder Nathan Jones. The menu for dinner under the Cutty Sark's hull was styled on Jones’ favourite food memories, including mini steak and mushroom pies accompanied with a miniature pint of beef broth and mushroom foam.
After dinner, a Supremes tribute band performed Motown hits and opened with the band’s hit ‘Nathan Jones’ - the song after which Jones was named.
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