Organising corporate events with foreigners is always fun and exciting. They are always eager to learn and experience as much as they can in the little time they get to spend in our beautiful country.
At the beginning of November, we organised a two-day event for over 50 people, representing one of our biggest client
For this event, we had the mission to combine a lot of elements, from a traditional Romanian welcome with bread and salt to a Dracula themed party with dark, unexpected decorations, and finally a day trip to Bran Castle, commonly known as Dracula’s Castle.
So, we worked our magic and this happened:
Early morning, on the first day, upon their arrival at the factory, we surprised our group with the best homemade Romanian treats: fresh bread & salt, traditional sweets and elderflower syrup, served in Romanian pottery. If this isn’t a pleasant way to start your day at the office, I don’t know what is.
At the end of the working hours, dressed as a vampire count, the moderator and host of the evening accompanied the group to their hotel, where they freshened up for the evening celebration. But not before each of them was handed an emergency “survival kit”.
At the venue, we created the setting for two different, connecting rooms: one was turned into Vlad the Impaler’s sanctuary and the other into a place of light and evolution.
The evening began with mysterious welcome cocktails with dry ice, in the red, Dracula themed room, where two beautiful hostesses helped the guests put on their disguise. Photo corner, caricaturist, face painter where only some of the elements we put together for our guests. The room was meticulously decorated with spiderweb, electric candles, spiders, crows, we even crafted a coffin for this event. That’s how far we go for creating an amazing experience!
Atmosphere, bright lighting and futuristic flower arrangements set the scene for the technology room.
Throughout the evening, the guests were invited to discover all the elements, carefully selected for them: from all the decorations throughout the venue to the vintage furniture, accessories and elements from the traditional Romanian costumes photo corner, to the face painting and caricatures corners and the exquisite food and traditional folklore dances.
Whoever says Dracula is overrated should have definitely attended this bloody awesome party!
The next day, part of the group went to visit the Bran Castle, to see for themselves whether legends do become reality. They had the chance to visit one of the most beautiful medieval castles in Romania and had lunch in the surrounding, breathtaking scenery. Some of the more enthusiastic even kept their vampire capes and teeth on.
Our group had a blast during the two-day event and so did we, organising it.
Here’s to great experiences and memorable events!