It was a petite but perfectly formed Debs Ball for the past-pupils of Trinity Comprehensive School, Ballymun.
Although they were small in number, the fun was enormous.
"We were a small class of 20," head of the Debs committee John McCann said.
"But everyone went all-out and the style was great."
Girls selected sparkling floor-length gowns, hot red dresses, and flouncy tulle skirts, while gents opted for classic petrol blue, grey and black suits for the evening.
Guests travelled from their north city school to the luxurious Ardboyne Hotel in Navan in plush stretch Hummers and enjoyed a champagne reception before sitting down for a three-course meal.
The Debs Awards was a highlight of the evening with the coveted Party Animal gong going to Aoife O'Reilly.
Having polished off their dinner, Debs and their dates made their way to the hotel's Swan Lane nightclub to dance the night away.
The crowd went wild when How Deep is Your Love, by Calvin Harris & Disciples played and the party continued well into the night.
"There was a great buzz on the night," John said.
"Everyone was in fantastic form and dancing with all your old friends and laughing was a great way to end your time at school."
John had spent months planning and preparing the Debs and said that it more than lived up to his expectations.
"It was everything I thought it was going to be and more," he said. BREAKFAST "It was a deadly night. We hadn't seen each other over the summer, so it was a big catch up."
After jumping around to pop hits, the past-pupils of Trinity Comprehensive School ventured back to the hotel where they were served much-needed bacon-laden breakfast rolls.
"Then we headed back to Dublin," John said. "It was a brilliant night."