Transform Yourself For The Butterfly Ball
If ever there was a chance to crawl into your chrysalis (read: the salon) and emerge as a beautiful butterfly, this is it. Get your hair done, your nails trimmed, your face looking a million bucks, because this type of glamorous occasion doesn't happen every day.
Yes, it's The Butterfly Ball... or should we say (for those who would like to be proper) The Annual Caudwell Children Butterfly Ball, one of the UK’s most exclusive charity events. This is where the glamour set comes out to play, with celebrities and bigwigs strutting the red carpet in a storm of camera flashes.
Indeed up to 1000 glamorous guests flutter over to London's posh Mayfair, to cluster together like, erm, butterflies on a bush in bloom, at the Grosvenor House Hotel. Five-star hospitality and world-class entertainment are on the agenda for the night, with past headline acts including the likes of Lionel Richie, Kylie Minogue, and Sir Elton John.
And your dress code? Black tie or evening gown. With an adornment of butterflies, if you so desire. Because why not go all out on the theme?
But What Makes The Butterfly Ball So Extra-Special?
It's not all about the external metamorphosis. The Butterfly Ball is also a chance to blossom on the inside - by contributing to an exceptionally worthy cause.
Every year, the Butterfly Ball raises funds to help disabled children reach their fullest potential. Simply by attending, you'll be doing something kind and generous (and how often does doing good get to be this much fun?) Plus there'll be more opportunities to help the cause - like the insanely good charity auction with the kinds of prizes money normally can't even buy.
So are you ready to sprout your wings? Because this year's Butterfly Ball will be better than ever, and now's your chance to flutter on down for a night to remember.
- One of the UK's most exclusive charity events
- Party with celebrities and socialites at Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane
- An excuse to transform into a beautiful butterfly for the night with black tie / evening gown dress code
- Support the Caudwell Children's charity, with funds helping disabled children live their best lives