Guests dressed in their most beautiful and decadent period wear last night when they went back one evening at the Palace of Versailles.
The fifth theme party, Fêtes Galantes, promised an unforgettable and timeless experience for participants, who paid up to € 510.
The evening took place at the Palace of Versailles, close to Paris, which was the most important royal residence in France from 1682, under Louis XIV, until the beginning of the French revolution in 1789, under Louis XVI.
To & # 39; the magic & # 39; of the event, the guests had to wear a baroque-style costume – with someone who was not dressed properly, access was refused.
Some attendees briefly broke out of their character when they took photos of the beautiful palace during the dress-up evening
Those who attended the event at the Chateau de Versailles paid up to € 510 for tickets to the event where they could dance through the palace
Guests at the event, wearing mandatory high-quality suits & # 39; , their character broke out to make selfies on their phones
Tickets, which cost € 510, allowed guests to take a step back in time and play trictrac or other activities in the Royal Palace
Guests could not help but came in character when they arrived at the fifth annual Fetes Galantes in Versailles, just southwest of the French capital Paris
Many of the guests were completely absorbed in their costumes in the evening, as prescribed, creating an atmosphere of timeless splendor.
They saw snapping selfies, playing trictrac and dancing through the beautiful halls of the castle.
The evening offered private visits to the Royal Opera, activities, sketches and demonstrations, as well as a buffet, with a reserved table and chairs, and a baroque closure in the Spiegelzaal.
The occasion ended with fireworks from the Hall in Mirrors, reminiscent of the glory days of Versailles.
Both male and female guests wore decadent outfits, including this man who chose a flowing red cape for the evening event
Guests who paid a little more for their ticket could participate in more exclusive activities, including a private visit to the Royal Opera
As the sun went down, the guests took the splendor of the castle of Versailles into an evening that & # 39; an unforgettable and timeless experience & # 39; promised
An Italian Venetian couple dressed in costumes from the vast period poses as they look in the "Fetes Galantes" fancy dress evening
Some attendees couldn't help but character break character's photos enjoy the elegant and decadent experience of their friends
Some opted for concerts at the Royal Opera, others chose to take dance lessons to learn the Contredanse, a favorite dance at the French Court in the 17th century.
The activities include a dance lesson for the Contredanse, a favorite dance at the French Court in the 17th century, in the Spiegelzaal. Guests can also opt for a concert with sacred music in the Royal Chapel.
In the end, some chose to visit the private apartments of the king, Mesdames & # 39; or du Pompadour & # 39; s.
For those looking for a more affordable experience, the Marquis and Marchioness ticket offered free access to all sketches and demonstrations, 2 activities, a glass of champagne and a wardrobe for the price of € 135.
In the meantime, those who are willing to spend € 260 for the Dukes and Duchess tickets can also receive a phased visit from Petits Apartments, as well as unlimited access to the buffet and champagne bar.
Make a pose: different guests pose in their beautiful wigs and large costumes in the former throne room of Chateau de Versailles
Many of those present were dressed in full period wear, with a few women putting on large feathered headwear and huge wigs for the occasion
Some paid up to € 510 for an exclusive VIP ticket, which was limited to only 30 guests during the event, including concerts, dance lessons and private visits to the palace
In addition, the Kings and Queens ticket, from € 370, also offered a personalized and personal VIP welcome from 7 pm, as well as a private visit to the Opera Royal.
But those most devoted to the business may have opted for the € 510 ticket, known as the VIP Dodges ticket, which was limited to only 30 guests.
Guests can pay for a personal VIP reception from 7 pm, a private visit to the Opera Royal, free access to all sketches and demonstrations, a concert in the waiting room and a concert in the Royal Chapel, a mysterious & # 39; exceptional moment & # 39 ;, unlimited buffet access with table and chairs, champagne and a special wardrobe.
When the evening went dark, three men dressed in elaborate suits left the occasion, still wearing their full face of painted white makeup
Some looked with joy at the event, which took place in a luxurious Italian style. Many admired the marble paneling, huge chandeliers, and painted ceilings
As the evening progressed, guests remained in decadent wigs and intricate outfits while waiting for the fireworks at the end of the night
Another woman permeates the atmosphere while posing dramatically in the beautiful courtyard of the Chateau de Versailles, close to Paris
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