Case Study: TOGA, TOGA, TOGA! Crafting a unique Greek and collegiate-style themed party experience

Client Objective:
Our client asked us to create a themed party environment that felt like you were in a combination of Revenge of the Nerds and Animal House movies.

Challenge:
Our challenge was to craft a themed environment that felt like a college campus, a toga party and Greek Week style event within a ballroom and keep all guests engaged and having fun.

Highpoints
The meeting planning team…

  • Designed a foyer that looked like a college courtyard inclusive of Greek columns, flutter flags, foliage, grass-covered boxwood walls, a fountain with benches and a grass-covered bar surround
  • Included interactive Greek Week games including giant beer pong, pop-a-shot, pool, can building game, corn hole, football toss, tug-a-war and a tricycle race.
  • Designed a ballroom that represented both the ‘Jocks’ Greek House and the ‘Nerds’ Greek House.
  • Created two specialty bars, one for the ‘Jocks’ that was a Kegger Bar crafted from beer Kegs and branded with the sponsors name, and one for the ‘Nerds’ created with the periodic table and the sponsors logo.
  • Added entertainment elements and activities to enhance the atmosphere including (2) ‘Nerd’ comedic characters in nerd outfits, (2) ‘Jock’ comedic characters in togas, Caricaturists, and a photo booth with Greek Week related green screen background.

Services Completed:
Event Design
Interactive games: Giant Beer Pong, Corn Hole, Can-building Game, Football Toss, Pool, Tug-a-war, and a Tricycle Race.
Interactive green-screen photo booths
Interactive entertainment: Caricaturists and Comedic Characters
Branding
Audio Visual

 

The Blue Spark Event Design Difference
Blue Spark takes pride in creating interesting and new themed events that your guests will enjoy.  Whatever your themed idea is, Blue Spark can craft your ballroom or space into your vision.  This out-of-the-box idea created a fun and interactive event for the guests. A few guests even joined in the fun and wore their own toga. TOGA, TOGA, TOGA! Let’s hear it for your Greek Week team!