It takes more than just a punch bowl, a guest list, and some cookies or cake to make a great party. To really make your party memorable, you need to have the latest and greatest sound, dancing, and lights. Here are five must-have items you need to add to your party planning list from Just Light That, the source for dance floor rentals Las Vegas locals trust to make their parties really jam!
Having the perfect tunes for your party is important. Whether you’re having a ghostly gala and celebrating Halloween in February or an upscale masquerade ball, the right music can make or break your party. Choosing the right tunes is a lot harder than just setting up your playlist and hitting shuffle. Put some thought and planning into your list to keep your guests grooving and grinding all night long!
Turning on the lights on the back patio isn’t going to cut it. You want lighting that works with your theme and will get your guests’ pulses pounding and the dance floor jumping. Japanese-inspired paper lanterns work well, and banks of lights surrounding the party area help to create the perfect ambience, from calming and romantic to energetic and exciting!
No party is complete without a dance floor . . . but why stop at a basic, boring dance floor? Anybody can throw down some wood tiles and call it a dance floor, but a Lightspace™ dance floor will really set off the party and encourage even the shyest wall flower to get in on the fun!
Having a dance floor doesn’t make much sense if you can’t hear the music more than ten feet away. Be sure you’ve got speakers and a sound system that will really make your music pound, no matter where you’re at in the party venue! If you’re getting a professional DJ, this is usually easy because they bring all their own equipment, but if not, you need to make sure you’ve got the right equipment for the job.
No party is complete without guests! Having the right guest list for whatever kind of party you’re throwing can make the difference between a memorable party and a dull, lifeless get-together. Remember, the more people you can get out on the floor and showing their styles, the fewer people you’ll have holding down the tables or propping up the walls!