Do’s and Don’t’s of Planning Your Own Casino Night

The best party hosts and planners often come up against a wall when thinking of themes for their next big party. Themes might not be appropriate to the event or attendees, might be impractical, or you might not even have enough time to plan it. 

One great theme that is actually quite achievable and always goes down well is hosting your own casino night for your friends and family. Here are some tips that can help you prepare for it and ensure that you deliver an awesome night that everyone will remember.

Learn the Croupier’s Art

The croupier or the dealer is one of the most important parts of the casino night. Wouldn’t it be fun to surprise your guests and take the dealer’s place at the table?

The best part is that with a little bit of practice and a decent head for math, you can be the croupier at your party. But to appear truly genuine and wow your guests, you could try observing some pros at their work. 

Playing games at a live casino is the best way to do this, from the ease and comfort of your own home. And while you are there, you can observe what the dealers wear and plan your own outfit accordingly.

If you have a lot of guests coming and would need multiple tables, you could ask some of your friends or family to also learn the croupier’s art. 

Start Planning Early

Where a casino night is concerned, your guests will surely be expecting grandeur, glitz, and glamour. The sooner you start planning, the more time you have to refine the details of your party. 

Start by setting a budget to ensure you spend within your means. You can then move on to the other details – lighting, decor and props (you will need a lot of poker chips). But food and drink are where you can be truly creative.

You might even get time to develop casino-themed drinks. You could also put together a playlist that will give your party a real casino vibe. Thoroughly planning your party is important because as you get closer to the big day, you will have less time to deal with any hiccups that might come up. 

Send Out Invites

Your guests will appreciate it if you send an invite to the casino night well in advance. You should include information about the theme as well as the dress code.

For a casino night, a black tie code sounds just right. Imagine your guests dressed up in tuxedos, evening gowns and cocktail dresses. You could even choose a color theme.

Along with the main invite, it might be a good idea to include easy-to-read guides on the games you plan to have at the party. Your guests can use these to brush up on their skills before they arrive.

Follow these steps, and you’ll be bound to host a brilliant casino night that all your guests will enjoy and remember for years to come.

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