Le Dîner en Blanc - Atlantic City organizers, co-hosts Natanya DiBona and Kayli Moran, debuted Le Dîner en Blanc in Philadelphia on August 23, 2012. They worked with a six-person volunteer planning team from April to August to make the first event happen.
About Le Dîner en Blanc - Atlantic City
30 Table Leaders and on-site volunteers led 1,300 guests to the surprise location, Swann Fountain at Logan Circle. The event became the largest Le Dîner en Blanc event in the US with its leadership and vision, topping at 6,000 attendees in 2019.
In conjunction with the 10th Anniversary of Le Dîner en Blanc Philadelphia this August, they have decided to take the celebration to the Jersey Shore, too. Le Dîner en Blanc - Atlantic City, will premiere on Saturday, June 25.
Le Dîner en Blanc began in Paris in 1988 when François Pasquier, returning from an extended stay abroad, had the idea to gather friends for a picnic. As the number of guests grew, he decided to hold the dinner in a public space and ask everyone to dress in all white to easily recognize one another. The event was so successful that they all agreed to repeat the experience the following year. Each year, the evening gathered more and more friends.
To participate in this first edition, guests must be invited via the hosts’ network or participating partners or get on the waiting list via the official website. To be part of this inaugural event, people can sign up now via the official website at atlanticcity.dinerenblanc.com and click on the Register tab. Registration will begin in early May.