A Dinner in Honor of Audrey Gruss

March 13, 2012

A Dinner in Honor of Audrey Gruss, Founder of Hope for Depression Research Foundation, hosted by Scott Snyder

Yellow (HDRF’s signature color) and Blue (Scott’s signature color) creates a fresh and lively ambiance at the prestigious Club Colette, to honor one of Scott’s closest friends and the great mission of HDRF in which she founded.

Scott’s vision to use blue and white porcelain vases truly showcased the yellow tulips, jonquils, forsythia, and lemon topiaries which were refreshing and well suited for the “hopeful” occasion.  At the center of the room stood a 10 foot tall Metal Palm Tree with twinkling white lights, perfect for Emily Bergl (an award winning Broadway performer) to move around while singing her way between the round tables decorated with yellow table cloths, fresh flowers and blue and white porcelain. Around the perimeter of the room hung large scale pictures of blue and white vases printed on a jet black ground, which felt bold and modern. The décor was fanciful, the food was divine, the speeches were heartfelt, and the night was a success!