Snow parties are a very popular event in the DFW area. Many kids every year have snow themed birthday parties that have classic games and lots of youthful fun. But what about the adults? Don’t we deserve to get a little snow in our schedule?
Keep Your Snow Party Classy
There is a huge difference between a child’s snow party and a snow party that is specifically catered towards adults. The number one difference is the fact that an adult snow party needs to act like one and be full of glistening class.
When you send out your snow party invitations make sure that they resonate with glamour. Make your guests dress up for the occasion. After all, even though it is a snow party, why not play like it is a snow party at Jay Gatsby’s house?
Decorate your snow party with bright, white lights that will reflect off of the artificial snow that we provide for your special celebration. Ensure that through your decorations, prep, and attire, that your guests will automatically be in awe once the night starts.
Make Sure It’s Still Fun with Your Artificial Snow
Sure, you have your guests dressing up for your snow party, but that doesn’t mean that you still can’t have some fun and games in the snow. Remember, clothing does dry, so don’t be afraid to have a snow ball fight or a snowman building competition.
Depending on your age group or the reason for your celebration, then you may or may not want to include
Create an Ice Cool Playlist
Your party is going to be the talk of the town so you want to make sure that your party has the right playlist to serve as background music for your blizzard of a blast. Try to cater to the theme of your party. If you are hosting an office Christmas party, class it up with some old-school tunes by Bing Crosby or Elvis Presley.
However, if your snow party is going to be geared toward a younger crowd, or is just a full-on house party with snow, try to play some snow sounding artists like Ice Cube or Vanilla Ice.
Make Your Food and Drink Match the Occasion
Finally, when prepping for your adult-centric snow party, you want to have your food and drink selections prepared for your party. Much like the music, make sure that your party has a food and beverage selection that speaks to the theme. Some food and drink examples that would fit include:
- Peppermint Flavored Cocktails
- Ice Cream Sundae Bar
- Gingerbread Cookies
- Shots Served in Ice Shot Glasses
The variety that you can pick from is endless, so the success of your snow party really relies on your imagination and how “cool” you want your guest’s experience to be.
Stay Cool this Spring with DFW Snow Parties
Even though the winter weather is leaving the Dallas metroplex, this doesn’t mean that you can’t keep up the blustery fun with a a snow party presented by DFW Snow Parties. If you want to impress your guests and have an event that is unique to the season, get in touch with us today for more information.