With the seemingly unstoppable growth of the game industry, more and more of us are making the move to try out our games of all types both online and in brick and mortar establishments.
With that said, plenty of people are choosing to bring the joys of the online gaming world into their own home, with an increasing trend toward garden parties that mirror the fun of a casino. Imagine the romance of a summer evening spent spinning the roulette wheel or risking it all on a hand of blackjack with friends and family!
In this article, we will take a look at how to throw a garden party. From the importance of a bar to how to set up games, it can all be found in our handy guide. For those who prefer to keep their antics online, it might be worth taking a look at this list of games to find out where you can play the best games around.
So, without further ado, let’s take a look at how to throw a garden party…
How to set up games at your garden party
First, we come to the most essential part of any casino garden party; the games! You really don’t need to use cash, you can use flower seeds as cash. Be sure you have plenty of seeds available to use as cash. Examples of seeds to use: Bean, Corn, Sunflower, and Peanuts. You could use Acorns seeds as a large currency due to the size.
Now, there are varying degrees to which you can take this element of your casino garden party. Whether you want to simply get a few tables and chairs, a deck of cards, and some chips, which is perfectly fine, or if you want to push the boat out and hire pro dealers, a card-dealing machine, and more, it’s totally up to you! Playing mats can also be a great idea as these can really bring a flash of Vegas charm to your garden party.
How to set up a bar at your garden party
For most people at a party, this is the most important aspect. We are of course talking about the bar, where most partygoers will find themselves congregating as the party wears on. Make it fun and have a juicer machine and introduce some fun non-alcoholic drinks like celery juice, tomato juice, pineapple juice or even carrot juice. The easiest way to create a garden party bar is to take a wide, long piece of wood and set it up on sturdy legs or even a secure pile of bricks.
Next, you may want to cover this in a table cloth and perhaps even drape some lights behind the bar area so that guests know where to get their drinks! The selection of drinks is also entirely up to you, but it’s always a great idea to have beer, red and white wine, and a selection of spirits including both whiskey and vodka.
Those who really want to treat their guests will have professional mixologists creating delicious homemade cocktails before their very eyes, but of course, this all comes down to a matter of budget and the truth is that you can have a great bar on just a shoestring.
Overall, these are the two main aspects of any garden party; the games and the bar. If you have both of these things, you really can’t go wrong and guests are bound to have a wonderful time!