The reception was held in the Croatian embassy in Oslo. Guests were treated to an excellent range of traditional Croatian cuisine and fine wines. Feminnem also sang at the piano their Eurovision Song Contest entry Lako Je Sve and their song from the Croatian national selection in 2009, Poljupci u boji. Composer Branimir Mihaljević played piano as the girls performed.
Branimir Mihaljević is himself no stranger to the Croatian national Dora selections, having finished in third place in 1998 with the song Daj Daj. He explained that he has been working with Feminnem on all of the songs on their new album, and that Lako Je Sve was the final song on the said album.
The highlight of the party was the unveiling of a specially commissioned painting of Feminnem. Since Feminnem's song tells a story about fight between good and evil, a prominent Croatian painter, inspired by songs lyrics, painted a special painting depicting this battle. The original was revealed to the press and partygoesrs and has been given to Croatian ambassador to Norway. Check out the painting in our gallery below.
Feminnem then spent time to meet and greet their guests and fans, signing autographs and taking photographs before the party closed.