We’re preparing for a number of corporate Christmas parties at List of Life at the moment, ensuring the most magical of events! If you’re late to the party, see what we need from you to get started on your plans and some ideas to inspire you. Today’s helpful post is all about contributing to the festive atmosphere.
Ensure your chosen venue this Christmas embodies the festive spirit and immerses your guests from the very start with Snow Windows. Incredible artist, Tom, creates festive and scenic images with snow spray on windows. It’s unique, beautiful and wipe clean (to keep any venue happy!) It’s as close as you can get to a white Christmas corporate party so here are some ways you might wish to transform your windows.
If you want your signature on your event from the start, reflect upon your brand image and themes. Whether you solely have a branded image, such as your logo or message of the evening, on the window in pretty snow, or whether you have a more festive image in mind, it’s a truly unique way to tag your event and set the tone for the event before guests even enter.
A large majority of Christmas corporate parties are themed and so it might be important to you to stick to that theme when you envision your snowy window. Whether it’s circus, carnival, fairytale or something wild, be sure to mention it in the planning process of your perfect snowy window. This would work especially well if your event has a surprise element, as it would be the first hint guests get of the fun inside!
Why not incorporate practicality with personality? Have Snow Windows transform all glass surfaces in the event for adequate signage and leave messages for your guests in snow! Welcome them with warm greetings alongside stunning snowscapes or announce the yearly awards this way. There are plenty of ways to inject everything unique about your company into snowy creations.
So, whether you’re a shop window wanting to wish customers a merry Christmas or an event planner trying to give your clients a white Christmas, consider Snow Windows as a festive feature of this year’s Christmas corporate events.