And the champagne was flowing for the 344 glamorous ballgoers from around the region who filled the Easterbrook Hall.
The black tie evening featured a three course dinner, dancing to Boogaloo, a raffle and auction.
It was a huge success, raising £17,000 for the Royal Highland Educational Trust, which teaches children about food, farming and the countryside.
It was organised by RHET committee members Lorraine Mair, Carole McArthur, Sara Barbour and Fiona Marshall and they said: “The money raised will be used to continue the hard work carried out by local co-ordinator Fiona Jamieson and her new west of the region assistant Isabel Milroy, together providing the opportunity for every child in the area to learn about food, farming and the countryside.
“A big thank you must go to our sponsors, the people who kindly donated auction and raffle prizes and each and every person who took the time to come and support the event.”