Now the real fun begins! It’s time to pick your costume and plan your entrance!! When posting out invitations to your theme party, include some suggestions as to where they can get their costume from. Costumes can be purchased either new or 2nd hand or hired from any fancy dress store.
Many party hire stores offer balloons, fog machines, table/chairs, lighting, heaters, cocktail machines and props so you are sure to find exactly what it is you are looking for.
Upgrades: Make sure you get the upgrades you want – maybe a microphone and lights for the dance floor etc. Jukebox companies will usually provide these too.
A must know tip:when selecting your venue look at it to see whether or not you can use the venue as the ideal theme for your party. E.g. Are you considering a boat for your venue? Then perhaps an ideal theme party would be “Pirates and Wenches”.
Beverage Machines, etc. It’s more fun when you party has a barista mixing drinks for guests. In some situations though, you can get by with cocktail machines. Serve guests with ice-cold slushy without having to mix it one drink at a time. They can also get a glass of cocktail without your help as cocktail machines are easy to use. Some festival hire companies also have “double container” models that store up to 240 servings of flavoured cocktails.
If you are having a dinner party for 20 people, for example, imagine your kitchen. Do you have all of the pots and pans for the cooking process? Do you have enough oven space to manage it all? Even worse, do you have the right number of matching dishes and silverware? It’s a good idea to simply hire a professional to do this work because that company has everything that’s necessary and does not have to buy it like you would.
Usually there is an agency that you can call to make the arrangements through. You are actually not the employer in this situation you simply contract the work through the agency and the workers are paid by the agency, after you pay the agency.