Every event planner strives toward making each celebration a spectacular success. Ultimately, the goal behind this is to ensure that everyone at an event had the time of their lives. There is nothing more validating than when a client or guest tells you, "I had a great time!"
There will never be a dull moment.
Everyone will have something to do that they will enjoy.
No one will feel left out.
It encourages social interaction.
We don't often create memorable moments by just sitting down. Read on for five exciting interactive ideas to make your event a success!
Photo booths are a great source of amusement, especially when it uses the latest technology to take the experience to a whole new level. That's exactly what a magic mirror photo booth has to offer. Best of all, it's an absolute hit for guests of all ages.
This whimsical device seems to come straight out of a fantasy. It engages with guests and allows them to customize their photos. They can fly solo or have their picture taken in groups. The touch-screen interface lets them add signatures, personal messages, graphics, frames, and filters. Doesn't that sound like great fun already?
Hiring artists are all the rage in events nowadays. They give a creative touch to events through unique ways of preserving memories. Guests will love having an illustration or cut out of their likeness. Here are a few kinds of artists that you can hire:
Caricature Artist - Humorous portraits are a caricature artist's specialty. They can quickly sketch a funny cartoon version of your guests for a good laugh.
Fashion Sketch Artist - A fashion sketch artist will transform you into a high-fashion illustration. The result is a sketch that looks like it's straight out of the pages of Vogue.
Silhouette Artist - Silhouette artists offer rare and tangible memorabilia for your guests. They will surely be amazed while their profiles are crafted with speed and accuracy.
Put up a build-your-own food or beverage bar and let guests customize to their heart's content. It could be a dessert bar where guests can decorate and design cookies, cake pops, or other treats. Craving oriental flavors? A stir fry bar is a great alternative to the plain buffet table. A popcorn machine is great for kids too.
Cocktail hour will be much more fun with a customizable sangria bar. Or as an alternative for kids, a fresh fruit smoothie bar. Guests can choose the ingredients to suit their taste.
You might be all too familiar with the gloomy air that comes with bidding farewell. Keep the bye bye blues away with a celebratory sendoff. Plan one that all guests can participate in at the end of the celebration. That way, they can be part of closing the event with a bang. Here are
a few ideas:
light up some sparklers
release sky lanterns
set off confetti shooters
Make sure to hand these out before the program wraps up. Don't forget to initiate a countdown as well.