2019 Diner en Blanc Honolulu

Photos by Jocelyne Garcia

More than 1500 hundred guests arrived at the historical Bishop Museum, built in 1889, with the backdrop of the iconic Hawaii Hall.

A few showers, and a brief but massive down-pour had little impact on the straight-up anticipation and excitement of the sixth annual Diner en Blanc Honolulu.

Compared to some of the previous years, the space seemed pretty enclosed giving party-goers opportunities for organic connections with one another, hence, mingling ensued.

From chandeliers to LED lights, there were a good amount of imaginative table settings. Veterans and first-timers were seriously dressed to impress; fashion was in full -effect from feathers, to the traditional white haku lei, to my favorite of the evening – a tribute to Billy Porter.

Champagne by Taittinger, decor by J’Adore Couture, delicacies by La Tour Bakehouse, Bubbly from Aloha Caravan, lounge areas provided by the Alohilani Resort, and many others came together to make this event special.

Those who knew Super CW Christa Wittmier, felt her energy through the music which inspired almost everyone there to dance the night away.

See gallery of photos below…

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