Oscars 2017: Get an inside look at the Governors Ball

Truffle macaroni and cheese, chicken pot pie and champagne are on the menu.

— -- After the Academy Awards on Sunday night, hundreds of hungry attendees will make their way to the official after-party: the Governors Ball.

Held on the premises in Hollywood and hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Board of Governors, the Governors Ball is often the first stop for the stars after the the ceremony ends.

This year, the theme of the event will be "transformations" and the color palette will be red and white with gold accents.

California-based florist Mark Held of Mark's Garden will be providing flowers, including anemones, ranunculus, and roses, which, in keeping with the overall look of the room, will be red and white. Held told ABC News that planning for the event began late last year.

"It takes a few months to actually get the look that we want!" he explained.

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