How Bec Judd spent five MONTHS transforming $7.3m home into Coachella

How Bec Judd spent five MONTHS transforming $7.3m home into Coachella

Rebecca Judd and husband Chris transformed their $7.3 million mansion into festival on Saturday for their ‘Juddchella’ housewarming party. 

And Daily Mail Australia can reveal that Bec spent five months organising the event, after enlisting the help of one of Australia’s top party planners and https://malanaz.com/tranh-tang-khai-truong-mua-tranh-gi-malanaz-shopping/ a team of experts to recreate the annual gathering that’s set in the Colorado Desert, in . 

‘[Bec] first emailed me around June saying she wants to bring Coachella to life,’ s

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    The planner explained that the most difficult part of puling off what was possibly Melbourne’s biggest ever housewarming party was ‘keeping things fresh’.

    She said: ‘It is challenging creating something that hasn’t been seen before, and is still magical on that scale and magnitude.’

    'Juddchella': And Daily Mail Australia can reveal that Bec spent five months organising the event, after enlisting the help of one of Australia's top party planners and a team of experts

    ‘Juddchella’: And Daily Mail Australia can reveal that Bec spent five months organising the event, after enlisting the help of one of Australia’s top party planners and a team of experts

    Details: '[Bec] first emailed me around June saying she wants to bring Coachella to life,' said Elleni Pearce, founding director of Lenzo, who brought the star's vision to life

    Details: omnimed.ru ‘[Bec] first emailed me around June saying she wants to bring Coachella to life,’ said Elleni Pearce, founding director of Lenzo, who brought the star’s vision to life

    Perfect: Ms Pearce added that Bec's only brief was to recreate Coachella, and praised her for being so 'easy going' as they created mood boards and starting planning in August

    Perfect: Ms Pearce added that Bec’s only brief was to recreate Coachella, and praised her for being so ‘easy going’ as they created mood boards and starting planning in August

    For the party, an army of different companies and experts came together to create ‘California valley vibes’ across what is usually the couple’s tennis court.