Hi Chantelle and Garth
Thank you to unlimited events. Julian was amazing and such a star to set up, break down (fearing rain) and re-setup inside. He only left after 10pm. We had a lot of fun!
Glow in the dark parties are becoming ever so popular, for both adults and children. The colours you can play around with, the funky catering ideas, as well as the interesting fashion choices you can incorporate into the theme makes turning your next event into an LED Glow in the dark party of the century!
Ideas to make it an unforgettable night:
LED Party furniture:
LED party furniture is a great décor choice to illuminate a big part of your party while providing furniture for your guests. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing to the eye, but it’s practical and comfortable – fitting neatly into each other.
A great way to incorporate some entertainment into your party. You can also offer your guests a few lessons, to try it out. Your guests will love the idea and there might even be a few laughs.
Glow in the dark jelly
-2 packages sheet gelatin
-2 cups decent gin (substitute the gin for chilled tonic water)
-Juice of 3 large limes or lemons
-6 cups tonic water, chilled
-Vegetable oil if using gelatin molds
Illuminating corset top
Using a fitting, black t-shirt or top, and glow in the dark fabric paint – paint yourself a pretty corset pattern on the black material, so that when you’re under UV lights it looks as if you’re wearing a corset while still being covered enough.
Using glow sticks and bubbles, cut open the glow sticks and pour the liquid into the bubble mixture. Now you have glow in the dark bubbles. It’s as simple as that!
Having the correct lighting will make or break the atmosphere. Add a variety of effective LED lights by hiring professional lighting designers to make your LED party even more colourful!