How to Make Your Casino Night a Success

There’s a lot of fun to be had with a casino night, but only if you do it right.

Here are a few essentials that will ensure your casino night is a success!

The necessary casino games

Casino Night Rentals

Your “casino night” can’t just be a makeshift poker party. Your guests will be stunned, and not in the way you want them to be.

Whether you’re hosting a fundraising gala, or throwing your annual corporate party, it’s vital to guest experience and your event’s success that you have authentic casino activities!

Blackjack, craps, roulette and poker tables at your disposal

You can’t have casino night without the proper equipment: tables, chips, and a dealer who knows what they’re doing. Be sure to rent these beloved games to ensure that all of your guests have several options to choosing from when gambling.

Slot machines are a must

It won’t sound like the casino unless you have party-goers testing their luck at the slots! From Double Black Tie to 5 Times Pay, slot machines will have your guests completely captivated as they gamble the night away.

The necessary décor

Casino Night Rental in BostonIf you really want your guests to feel like they’re spending a luxurious night at the casino, then you—and more importantly your event—must look the part!

What we mean is, your décor will set the mood for the night, and when you think of a casino, you think flashy and classy, all rolled into one.

That means you’ll need:

  • A red carpet to welcome your guests
  • Giant cards and dice to match the games
  • Up-lighting and search lights to bring the drama
  • Entertainers if you wish to make your night a true casino experience

For all of your casino night needs, trust Total Entertainment. Our team will make sure that your casino night goes off without a hitch. Give us a call at 888-339-9995 today to learn more about our casino night rentals today!

Things to Avoid When Planning a Corporate Event

Corporate events require proper planning in order to be successful; your employees work hard all year and deserve a little fun thrown into the mix!

Often, the key to planning comes down to what to avoid more so than what to focus on. Here are some simple “don’ts” of planning a corporate event.

Don’t skimp on details

If you plan to host a sophisticated corporate event, cutting corners is the first thing to avoid. Focus your spending on the most important elements of the event: the venue, the food, and the entertainment. Guests will typically remember these three aspects more than the smaller specifics of the event, so invest in the important event details and leave the rest of your budget for the smaller particulars.

Don’t be cheesy with the theme

Drinks and Food at a Succeesful Corporate EventOften, the theme for a party is one of the most important elements that will guide the rest of your planning; from the food and decorations to the favors and games. However, themed corporate events could come off as unprofessional and lack the class and touch of elegance associated with business parties. Instead of cheesy themes for your event, focus instead on creating patterns of color that best represent your business. Consider a custom casino night that will bring your employees and guests together for a glamorous night of fun and team building!

Don’t schedule the event at an inconvenient time

If you want your employees to attend your corporate event, avoid scheduling it over holidays or holiday weekends. Many employees go out of town or desire to spend time with family during these times, leading to poor attendance at your event. Additionally, leave Mondays and Fridays out of the mix when picking a date; fewer people want to start or end their workweek with a large work event.

Remember to schedule your affair at a location away from the office! Pick a popular in-town destination, travel to the nearest major city, or get outside for a unique corporate experience.

Don’t plan the event alone

This is a corporate event, meaning you have plenty of other worker bees to help you plan your event. Create a committee, ask for volunteers, or consider full-service event planners to produce the perfect party. Delegate tasks as needed and assign people to take care of each detail as you oversee the planning group and keep everyone on task.

Need a hand? Total Entertainment has the experience and supplies necessary to plan your next corporate event! We’ll help you impress and wow employees with a casual affair or a sophisticated occasion. From planning and renting to catering and entertainment, we are a one-stop shop here to make your event the best in the area!