How to Organize a Casino Themed Corporate Party
Running an event management firm? Try out the casino themed corporate party and stun your clients with your creativity. Make it a charity fund-raiser or a simple fun-raiser! This themed party is going to be a bang on success! Here is a look at some things that you should keep in mind to plan an unforgettable event.
Get hold of the right tools
Remember, you will need to make a lot of arrangements. You will need to prepare a guest list and saving their contact details. The vendor list for all the different items would also need to be created and filled in with details of the budget and delivery. Consider using a tablet with 3G connectivity and apps that help you organize events.
Choose a venue that sets the mood
Based on your guest list and budget, the first thing you need to do is find the right venue. Make sure there is plenty of room to set up the casino tables and to allow comfortable movement of your guests. Make sure it is well connected even for people who would like to use public transport to reach the venue. Also, make sure the staff understands what type of event you are hosting and what help you will need from them to make it a huge success.
Create an interesting playlist
Hire an Elvis impersonator for a flavor of that vintage Vegas charm or ask a DJ to prepare a casino themed playlist. You can set the mood with a classic Viva Las Vegas by Elvis Presley and then get on to feet tapping and gripping beats of Luck Be a Lady by Frank Sinatra and then trust your DJ to enthrall your guests.
Get some themed refreshments
The unsaid rule is that your guest must never run out of food and drinks. So serve them their favorite mix of drinks all night and offer them special casino themed refreshments, such as personalized chocolate casino chips, coins, or dice. It will just add that extra tinge of drama to your party.
Decorate your venue
You can put up Vegas style banners for a vintage feel or try casino based decorations, such as oversized cards of all four suits on the walls or a pair of oversized dice hanging from the ceiling. The choice depends upon a balance between the corporate image and the party theme.