Gonzaga Dance Team End-of-the-Year Banquet Dinner

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On Friday, April 4th, Commellini Estate had the pleasure of hosting the Gonzaga Dance Team for their annual End-of-the-Year Banquet Dinner.

Commellini Estate; Gonzaga Dance Team Banquet

Complete with our decadent décor and Secret Sister gifts piled high, the Dance Team arrived to a dimmed half-venue rental, one long banquet table, nametags to size, and Dove chocolate sprinkled wide.

Commellini Estate; Gonzaga Dance Team Banquet

Their first event of the evening was a surprise to the team, a photo shoot with Taylor Meyers (See her blog at http://rumourhasit.co/).

Meyers toured the team around the property, barely touching the 180 acres open for use on the Estate. Below we have included some of the photographs from their photo shoot at Commellini Estate.

Commellini Estate; Gonzaga Dance Team Banquet

Commellini Estate; Gonzaga Dance Team Banquet

Once finished, the team headed into the main venue for dinner, gifts, and more.

On the menu for the night was fresh bread & butter, a house salad, and Leda’s famous Chicken Cacciatore family style. The Dance Team paired dinner with hosted sparkling cider for all of the dancers and a cash bar for those 21-years and up–an easy way to please all of the guests at any event! The night ended with a slide show and video projected on our very own 1970s screen. The girls left Commellini in an elegant fashion, loading onto a black, Hummer limo provided by A Little Class Limousines.

In the end, the night was beautiful.

Commellini Estate; Gonzaga Dance Team Banquet

Thank you to the Gonzaga Dance Team for letting us host your End-of-the-Year Dinner Banquet. It was a pleasure to show you the décor you deserve as a key asset of Gonzaga University!

DT6

Go Zags!

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By | 2017-12-08T05:55:28+00:00 April 16th, 2014|catering, Events, Food, Graduation|0 Comments

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