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Hosting a corporate
event is a great way to show your appreciation to your employees and celebrate
milestones or accomplishments. When planning your corporate event, you'll want
to choose a theme that will be enjoyable for everyone involved. Here are some
of the best corporate event themes for company celebrations.
Any corporate party
worth its salt these days has to have a Back to the 80s theme. It's just
mandatory. And why not? It's a great way to get everyone in the office to let
their hair down, dress up in some outrageous costumes, and have a good time.
Plus, it's a great way
to bond with your co-workers and build team morale. Of course, the success of
any corporate party depends on the details. The music has to be spot on, the
decor has to be over-the-top, and the food has to be 1980s retro (think: neon
colours and foods that have been dredged from the back of the fridge), and the
cake should be equally attention-grabbing.
If you can get all of
that right, then you're guaranteed to have a party that everyone will be
talking about for years to come.
For a Hollywood-themed
corporate party, guests can dress up as their favourite golden age movie star.
The event venue can be decorated with posters and memorabilia from classic
films. A red carpet can be rolled out for guests to walk down as they arrive.
And of course, no Hollywood party would be complete without a photo booth where
guests can snap selfies with props like feather boas and gold-plated
To really capture the
golden age of Hollywood, guests can enjoy classic cocktails like the gin
martini or the old fashioned.
For something truly
unique, try serving a "Hollywood" take on traditional appetisers like
mini quiches shaped like cameras or chocolate
cakes with strawberries
made to look like diamonds. With a little imagination, it's easy to throw a
corporate party that will have your guests feeling like they're stepping back
about the 1920s that just screams "glamour." Perhaps it's the
fashions, the architecture, or the sense of optimism that came with the end of
World War I. Whatever the reason, the Roaring Twenties make for a great party
theme - and there's no better way to capture that roaring spirit than with a
Great Gatsby-themed corporate party.
Whether you're looking
to promote your company's new line of 1920s-inspired clothing or you simply
want to give your employees a chance to let loose and have some fun, a Great
Gatsby party is sure to be a hit-especially with an art deco inspired cake.
Just make sure to stock up on champagne - after all, what's a party without
A grand masked ball is
the perfect theme for a corporate party. It's elegant, exciting, and sure to
get your guests talking. Here are a few tips to make sure your grand masked
ball is a success.
First, choose a venue
that can accommodate your guests. A large ballroom or banquet hall will work
well. Then, decorate the space in a luxurious style. Think chandeliers,
velveteen drapes, and gilded mirrors. As for the masks, you can either have
guests bring their own or provide them at the door. If you go the latter route,
be sure to have a variety of masks available to suit all tastes.
Make sure to have a multi-tiered
over-the-top cake as a
centrepiece of your ball too!
Finally, no grand
masked ball would be complete without music and dancing. hire a band or DJ to
keep the party going all night long. With these tips in mind, you're sure to
throw an event that your guests will remember for years to come.
A Hawaiian Luau corporate
party theme is a great way to add some excitement to your next company event.
Whether you're looking to add some tropical flavour to your annual holiday
party or want to give your employees a well-deserved break from the grind, a
luau party is sure to please.
Plus, it's a great
opportunity to promote team building and build morale. To get started, hang
colourful streamers around the office. You can also set up a photobooth with
Hawaiian props for employees to use. For entertainment, hire a local hula
dancer or fire performer.
And don't forget the
food! Serve up traditional Hawaiian dishes like kalua pork, sticky rice, and
coconut shrimp. With a little planning, you can easily throw an unforgettable
Hawaiian Luau corporate party that your employees will be talking about for
years to come.
If you're planning an
outdoor music festival this summer, why not theme it around your favourite
corporate party? We've all been to those events where the company pays top
dollar to have some big-name act perform.
But what if you took
that concept and applied it to a music festival? You could have a stage set up
in the middle of a park with a corporate logo emblazoned on it. The performers
could be local bands that have been hired to play covers of popular songs.
And instead of
charging admission, you could give out corporate sponsorship packages. This
would be a great way to get your company's name out there while also supporting
the local music scene. Plus, it would be a lot of fun!
For a truly unique
corporate party, consider basing the theme around K-pop. This vibrant,
energetic music genre has become hugely popular all over the world, and there
are plenty of ways to incorporate it into your event.
Decorate the venue
with Korean flags and banners, and play K-pop hits throughout the night. You
could even hire a K-pop cover band or DJ to really get everyone in the party
mood. For food, try serving Korean-inspired dishes like kimchi and bulgogi and Korean
And for entertainment,
why not hire a team of professional dancers to perform a traditional K-pop
dance routine? With a little imagination, you can throw a corporate party
that's totally original and guaranteed to be a hit with everyone who attends.