Boozy Brunch under the stars

Boozy Brunch kicked off the New Year with their first annual NYE event ‘Under The Stars’. A perfect way to end the year, a cocktail soirée so stylish, we entered 2017 feeling all the good vibes.

We were welcomed by the beautiful CEO and founder of Boozy Brunch Maria, who personally gave us a hangover cure.  Complimentary at the bar, Hydrofoil — four vitamins pills to take with your first drink, to make sure you don’t feel the after affects on the first day of the year.  I honestly felt so good the next day, I highly recommend every try one of these.

We were all provided with a drink card of a collection of cocktails, beer and wines.  Not to mention a sunset BBQ.  Canapés floated around deliciously and consistently from Tommy Collins by Atlantic Group.

Set in Greenfields beside Albert Park lake along the golf course, it was a such a beautiful Melbourne setting.  The crowd was elegant.  The music was sophisticated dance with an open dance floor.  Live guest vocalists Emily Williams and Tony Kopa set the tone, along with a live sax player and DJ’s to make you dance.

With Boozy Brunch collaborating with iconic Australian Fashion Designer, Camilla,  the event was a reality fashion show with the ladies in Camilla prints, colours and flowing goddess-like dresses.

Closer to midnight, we were handed jelly shots to add flavour.  Everyone had their party poppers and streamers ready to welcome in the New Year.

My girlfriends and I had one of the best New Year’s celebrations at this event, as the Boozy Bunch crew definitely know how to throw an event of elegance, sophistication, and perfection.  No better way to enter the New Year with a flawless setting and amazing friends.  Cheers to the New Year, and until the next Boozy Brunch and impeccable event.

– Sheena
Sheena is an actress, writer & filmmaker. Follow her on Instagram @sheena.reyes.

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Disclaimer: The Plus Ones were invited guests of Helen Reizer PR.
Image credit: James Macpherson Photography.