Sneak Peek into the 2019 Emmy Awards After Party
Sequoia Productions turn the L.A. Live Event Space into a Party
Peek Inside the Emmy Governors Ball
Cheryl Cecchetto and Sequoia Productions have created a gorgeous "Brilliance in Motion" theme for the Governors Ball inside the L.A. Live Event space. The multi-layered space dazzles in reds, corals, magentas and eggplant colors. On tables and throughout the event, Kevin Lee and his floral team from L.A. Premier enhance the dining and lounge areas with thousands of blooms in four different colors and fragrant aromas. Illuminated filaments create a shimmering cascade of color throughout.
Before coming to the party and while at the party L'Oreal Paris is offering celebrity touch-up lip color, powder and sparkle backstage at the Emmys and for guests throughout the Governors Ball.
Brilliance in Motion
I'm Ready for my Touch up
Toasting the Winners
What the Emmy VIPs Drink at the Governors Ball
Governors Ball guests will also toast the evening with flutes of Ferrari Trento Blanc de Blancs Ferrari Brut and Ferrari Brut Rose'. Ferrari Trento was crowned Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year 2019 at The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships and the Producer of the Year 2019.
Other beverages include bottles of FIJI Water on the red carpet and inside the Governors Ball, and Ketel Onefamily-made vodka. For another year, award-winning bartender Charles Joly crafted an Emmy Awards Season cocktail collection including an exotic fruit and spice The Drapper Dragon, a pineapple juice, cold brew with banana chai foam called The Moonlighter and a twist on a classic Moscow Mule.
Patina Catering prepares a stellar Emmy Dinner
Patina Cateringwill once again prepare elevated dishes for over 8,000 guests over three nights. The first catered party is The Creative Arts Governors Ball on September 14 & 15. During the televised Television Academy Emmy Awards on September 22, Patina Catering will prepare culinary delights for 3,700 Emmy nominees, VIPS and their guests.
After the Emmy telecast, the stars will walk on a red carpet to the Governors Ball to enjoy a variety of elegant, free flowing tray passed hors d'oeuvres and small plates created by renowed chef Joachim Splical and his team including chefs Alec Lestr and Gregg Wiele. Instead of sit-down service, there will be a variety of epic stations that include a Chefs carving station with menu items from Joachim Spichal's Nick & Stefs restaurant. Patina's lavish tasting menu is designed to please all including vegetarians, vegans and gluten-free diets.
Don Francisco's Coffeeis providing 100% Arabica coffee to enjoy with Patina Catering Executive Pastry Chef Frania Mendivil desserts. There will be a display of mini verrines, chocolate cup tarts, homemade gooey chocolate chip cookies and warm double chocolate S'more brownies.
The night's winners are treated to a glass of Sterling Vineyards wine while waiting for their Emmy statuettes being personalized in the Emmy's Winner's Circle. Sterling Vineyards will pour 2017 Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, 2016 Cabernet Sauvignonthroughout the evening. They also are bringing bottles of their 2015 Platinum Cabernet Sauvignon and 2015 Iridium Cabernet Sauvignon for guests to taste.
Chocolates for everyone
Premium Swiss chocolatier Lindt will display Chocolate Pot de Creme and melting Lindt LINDOR truffles for guests to enjoy throughout the evening. LINDOR milk, white and fudge swirl will be given to guests for a sweet ending to a memorable culinary award winning evening
Giving Back to those in need
New this year, home furniture and accessories retailer Living Spaces provides all of the sofas, settees and tables. Partnering with the Television Academy, the furniture will be donated to the Hollywood Community Housing Corporation and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angelesto furnish interiors of homes for those in need.
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When to see the televised Emmy Award show
The 71st Emmy Awards will air LIVE coast-to-coast from the Microsoft Theater at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 22 (8 to 11 p.m.ET/ 5 to 8 p.m. PT) on FOX.
© 2019 Jill Weinlein