with Global Event Management
Global Event Management are experts when it comes to seasonal décor, styling and planning of corporate events. There are a range of services available from GEM to help make your Christmas event an occasion to remember. Each event is bespoke and designed with the style of the venue and your chosen theme in mind. Global Event Management can transform your venue into the perfect setting for your Christmas party or event this year.
1. Temporary Ice Rink
A way to entertain large crowds and also retain the magic of Christmas is with a temporary ice rink, particularly if it can be in the open air to give an authentic atmosphere.
3. Santa’s Grotto
Santa’s grotto is a traditional element for a Christmas party but if you don’t fancy the queues or hiring the real thing then you can recreate the effects!
5. Lego Christmas
Create modular decorations for a quirky corporate idea over the holidays. You could leave the kits to be built by attendees as a participatory activity like a Christmas creation competition or build and use them as festive decorations for your event space.
7. Snow Globe Photo Opportunity
Create a photo opportunity for your event that will be a big hit among children and adults alike. This inflatable also offers branding and sponsorship opportunities and has snow that is blown for that falling effect in the photos.
9. Hire a Hostess
Hire one of our hostesses, who will get dressed up exactly to your specifications!
11. Ice Throne
More photo opportunities like this ice throne can be fun to get people involved but this simple idea using cut-outs is made more interesting by the lights and glitter backdrop.
13. Outdoor Lighting
Don’t forget to adorn the outside of your venue as well but if you want to keep it classy then elegant lighting perfectly highlights the magic, particularly for bigger or historic venues.
2. Marketing Baubles
Make corporate décor stand out by using guerrilla marketing efforts for your baubles. This example uses memes but you could add giveaway prizes for attendees, QR codes, branded baubles or sponsored décor to give attendees something to look at!
4. Twinkle Tunnel
Pop up events are a way of getting people talking and raising awareness. The lights create a pretty ambiance and look stunning during the day as well as in the afternoon and are guaranteed to have many people posing.
6. Hot Cocoa Station
Festive food or drinks stations like this hot cocoa stand will help you offer winter warmers and themed food favorites to your attendees. This is a fantastic idea for during the day but you could also offer alternatives such as eggnog, mulled wine, hot buttered rum or cranberry punch to give extra Christmas cheer.
8. Candy Cane Runway
Do Christmas red carpet style by adding fun themes like this candy cane edging that also has ropes too! Straight out of the north pole, this runway would be an excellent entrance idea or even an adaptable queuing area that is a bit more festive for waiting guests.
10. Santa’s Workshop Christmas Party
Set up your space to look like Santa’s workshop – a corner for Santa visits, piles of presents ready to go on the sleigh, and different workstations where busy elves have fun activities for kids to do.
12. Classy Trees
A tree is a staple for a Christmas event but if you don’t want something large, want to keep it simple and to avoid the tacky, this is an excellent alternative.
14. Specialist Props
What would Christmas be without fun photo booth props to mark the occasion, from these ideas of holding up mistletoe, antlers and of course, Rudolf’s nose you could also throw in some Santa’s hats and presents for attendees to hold up. Festive fun in a photo booth will always be a hit!
15. 3D Projection Mapping
3D projection mapping can be used on any surface including trees, plants, grass, snow, pavement, dining tables and dinner plates. How about adding a touch of fun to a dessert course?
3D projection mapping can bring even the drabbest event venue exteriors to life for a holiday event or the entire festive season.