When Ramona Singer gave us a glimpse into her daughter Avery Singer's glam graduation party earlier this week, we could tell it looked pretty fab. But now Ramona is spilling all the deets on the big night, and it turns out that it was even more epic than we realized.
Ramona threw the lavish bash at her Southampton home on September 3 to celebrate Avery's graduation from the University of Virginia in May. "It was a truly wonderful party and we all had such a good time," Ramona told DailyMail.com. "I am so proud of her for graduating from a top school. And she did so with flying colors. It was so special and it made her very happy. She deserved it."
The fête was held outdoors under a giant purple-lit tent. The swimming pool was also decorated with white balls and candles. Ramona and Avery welcomed 150 guests to the party, including Andy Cohen. "This is the most major party I have thrown since my wedding!" Ramona gushed.
Red Catering's Kirk Basnight organized all the details of the party for The Real Housewives of New York City mother-daughter duo. Guests dined on delish-sounding dishes, such as tuna tartare in cones, short ribs and a red velvet birthday cake for dessert. "This was the first party at my home where I was completely relaxed," Ramona said. "Because Kirk did everything and I trust him."
Most importantly, the guest of honor was more than satisfied with how the event turned out. "Avery said it was an epic party, she was so happy," Ramona said. "It was the big party in the Hamptons that night."
These days, Avery is living with Ramona in her recently renovated Manhattan apartment while working in the city in the financial field.
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