Larger Than Life

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 Two words. Cheese party. Larger Than Life Event Agency held a perfectly pink launch party for their new brand, giving attendees a taste of the theatrics and polish (and delicious, delicious cheeses) that future Larger Than Life Event Agency functions are sure to have. Headed up by Lauren Robertson, LTL kicked things off a treat at Krimper with LuxBite treats, exquisite fromage, olfactory luxury via Damselfly Candles and a retro-tastic dancefloor.

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 Rococo-lovely gold foil covered passionfruit and chocolate macarons from LuxBite.

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A cheese booth manned by a knowledgeable cheese-robber (?) offered delights include Delice de Bourgogne cheese matched with beakers of sake – you were to quaff sake, eat delice, quaff sake again and then taste the umami. And taste it, we did.
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 Savory catering by Bright Young Things, which Terri from Little Wanderings showed great appreciation for.

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 Have floor, will dance.

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 A Lubite ‘icecream bar’ of dulce de leche mousse-filled cones and matching toppings including golden flaky pastry and pistachios.

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 Here’s looking at you, Larger Than Life kids. We hope your new business is a great success.

By | 2018-07-02T00:04:20+00:00 May 29th, 2014|Uncategorized|2 Comments

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Digital polymath and Director of Melbourne’s social media agency Ruby Assembly, Iolanthe Gabrie knows good business. Creating inimitable brand content of rare depth, Iolanthe is a mentor, speaker and author with a focus on the startup space. Iolanthe builds exceptional online voices and develops productive, engaged communities across social media platforms for individuals, businesses and organisations.

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  2. […] wooden bespoke furniture sets by Schulim Krimper (born 1893!). Remember when I went to the Larger Than Life event a couple of weeks ago? That was actually at Krimper’s original studio – small […]

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