Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford celebrates its annual Benefit’s Gala and Children’s Health Program with hope and love transcended through 1,000 playful butterflies, starry hearts and colorful décor.
The Dinner Gala benefits the child and adolescent mental health programs at Packard Children’s and Stanford School of Medicine with the ability to serve more patients, find more treatments for mental health conditions and continue to build support for the cause.
Blueprint Studios provided full design, décor and event rental furnishings for the multiple festivities throughout the evening. Highlights included a garden setting filled with fun fossil accents and woodland creatures and over 5,000 sq. foot of space designed with vibrant florals and trendy furnishings under an iconic zephyr tent which took place as the cocktail reception and after-party hotspot. The focal point of the space included over 1,000 origami butterflies hand-suspended on the tent ceiling to appear as if they were fluttering throughout the space.
The Dinner Reception offered a feast of delectable culinary art as well as décor accents in yellows, soft teals and greys in the floral centerpieces, table top décor, linens and backdrops. Lighting effects included a rotating night time sky with stars in the shape of hearts.
The evening is estimated to raise over 2.5 million. The new Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford expansion will be completed by the end of 2017.