Keeping the Guests Warm in Winter Corporate Events, Weddings and Parties – Here’s What It Takes
Winter events are something everyone loves and for all the obvious reasons. In winter, you don’t have to worry about sweating, smelling bad, or the failure to style your hair when going out or attending events.
Unlike summer, winter presents a plethora of unique ideas for event arrangement, menus, the flexibility of choosing from a range of venues, and spectacular décor ideas. This is chiefly because you don’t have to worry about summer heat and scorching sunlight.
However, amid all the excitement of planning a winter event, you must not forget to arrange for your guests to be comfortable and cozy while they are there at the venue.
Here are a few ways you can creatively fend the winter chills off winter Corporate event, weddings and parties.
1. Warm Favors
One amazing way you can ensure your guests stay comfortable throughout your winter corporate events, weddings and parties are by having things like nice, plush blankets, mittens, socks, scarves, and other similar things on the venue.
If your budget allows, arrange a pair of mittens and a scarf or blanket for each of the guests who attend and allow them to take the goodies home at the end of the event. This will not only maximize the comfort and coziness but also result in event success by making it unique.
2. Limit Time Spent Outdoors
While it’s a good idea to arrange outdoor events, you have to be careful when it is a winter event. Therefore, instead of making it a full flash outdoor event, you can choose an indoor venue that allows people to peek at the outdoors.
This will also make the wedding unique for those who are getting hitched. After all, who wouldn’t like stage backdrops with a natural scene?
3. Comfortable Transportation
If you are also arranging for transportation for your winter event, choose vehicles that are suitable for winter and make extra arrangements if needed.
This is also true for events that have separate areas for the wedding ceremony and reception. If both these locales are distant from each other, arrange for a comfortable means of transportation for your guests and save them the hassle of walking in winter to attend the celebration ahead of the ceremony.
4. Hot Beverages
Don’t forget to add multiple hot beverages to your event menu. The reason you should not add just one hot beverage like coffee in your winter event is that different people have different preferences. Some like coffee while others prefer tea; then, some would want a beverage that creates a warm effect, like brandy.
Consider having a small bar-like set up where people can have hot drinks of their choice. You can also even add hot chocolate, especially when children are attending your event.
Successful winter event planning begins with choosing the perfect venue based on factors like your liking, budget, and comfort. If you are already looking for a winter event venue, check out the range at Scottsdale Hangar Parties now.