Our five favourite Christmas party trends

To ‘wow’ your colleagues this festive season, forget the typical Christmas dinner and disco. It’s all about alternative entertainment in 2017! We have done the hard work for you and present our five favourite fun and alternative Christmas party entertainment ideas, guaranteed to impress even the most experienced party-goer.

Silent disco

This is such a fun alternative to a disco and always gets the party started. Head to the dance floor and pick from three music channels, from party classics to the best of pop or rock, and dance the night away.

Disclaimer: when removing your headphones you are guaranteed to hear some terrible singing, but that’s all part of the fun, right?

Innovative event installations

It doesn’t get much more creative than this… Champagne fountains, edible mist or liquid nitrogen ice cream contraptions. Dazzle your guests with gastronomic magic; a great icebreaker and something your colleagues will talk about for years to come. Need we say more?

Interactive food stations

Ditch the traditional turkey and embrace food stations as the perfect choice for your Christmas event. Your guests can interact with our chefs while watching their food being prepared to order. We can transport you to the Alps with our apres-ski station serving venison tartare and guinea fowl, and cheese lovers can dive into a bubbling fondue to dip & dunk the night away. What could be more delicious?

You can even go the whole hog and have a personalised ice bar to serve your culinary delights.

Games room

Who doesn’t love a bit of friendly office competition? Hire anything from ping-pong tables to an inflatable blizzard cube where guests compete in a snowboarding competition, all whilst caught in a snow storm. How feisty the competition gets is down to you……

Mirror, mirror on the wall

We have all experienced a photo booth but that does not stop them being super fun and there are so many creative alternatives out there. The magic selfie mirror has a personality of its own, giving out cheeky compliments and instructions to engage your guests. A Christmas party to be remembered… literally, because guests will have the pictures to take home.

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