What do you do when you want to get your employees and guests out of their seats and and really make them part of the party? You fill the event with games and end with a bunch of prizes. Lewis events was invited to create an event that would do just that! Enjoy our selection of pre-event shots, because once the party started it got crazy busy and there was no time for photos.
We created a variety of minute-to-win-it style games for the perimeter of the event. We gave each game a different theme, decorated the booths and dressed in costumes to go with each theme. The games included cookie face, chopstick challenge, cup stacking, pirate treasure dig, and the great spoon race. Raffle tickets were awarded for each game guests played.
Outside in the patio, along with the bar and food service, guests participated in an intense competition on the largest foosball table ever. Guests also took advantage of the cornhole games that were spread around the outside lounge.
In the center of the party, guests enjoyed gaming on light up casino tables. Guests stayed to the very end so they would not miss the mountain of prizes that were awarded.
Way up north in Susanville in Lassen County, yes we go there too. The Lassen County School Distrct brought all their 4th grade students (and there was a ton) to the Lassen County Fairgrounds for a California history program and activity day. Busses traveled from all over the widespread county, filled with enthusiastic youth ready to experience the old west.
Lewis Events was invited to bring California history to life for the unique experience. So we packed up the truck and made the long trip. Exciting activities included gold panning, rope making, candle making, butter churning, old west games, virtual calf roping, trick roping, jump rope contests, branding, dancing, and dress-up photos.
To acommodate the large crowd, activities were spread throughout the fairground’s facilities. See you next year, Susanville!
After two busy days of shows and activities, we took a road trip across the mountains and down the coast of California.
We did go west . . . almost all the way to Malibu. Set in the heart of the historic Paramount movie ranch, we rolled up our sleeves and created a western experience for the employees and guests of a westside advertising agency.
To bring the wild west alive at Paramount, Lewis Events brought mouth watering BBQ cuisine, an exciting and bustling saloon casino, trick roping, cattle drive pony rides, foot stomping entertainment, strike it rich gold panning, atmosphere characters, virtual calf roping, unique western theme decor and a real live thundering stagecoach.
The original Paramount studios rach provided the perfect setting for a great old west special event. Both indoor and outdoor areas were used for the variety of event activities, dining, entertainment and socializing. This amazing location has been used for an almost endless list of movies and productions including Dr. Quinn Medicine woman and most recently Carnivale.
And yes, we did ride the stage into the sunset.
One of the many roles we play. Christy as a German pretzel girl promoting a European car company at an Orange County charity golf tournament.
Happy Lunar New Year! Year number five for Lewis Events assisting USC Pacific Asia Museum with their Lunar New Year celebration. A full day of cultural stage performances, activities and museum experiences for guests. This year the event was held on the beautiful campus of Fuller Theological Seminary, as the Pacific Asia Museum is carrying out renovations at the museum complex.
Emily made some new friends at the celebration.
Hollywood themed awards banquet at the Newport Hyatt.
Lewis Events called to perform a top secret assignment.
When: New Years Eve . . .
Where: Laguna Niguel . . .
What: Secret Agent theme celebration . . .
Why: Spectacular evening of indulgent fun
Reply: Assignment accepted
For some reason, casinos were the rage this fall. Three different, important clients all felt “lucky” and went the way of Monte Carlo and Las Vegas. So we brought out the feathers, the shimmer and the bright lights for the extravaganzas.
It all began with the grand entrance.
Tables were all adorned in fashionable attire for the unforgettable evening.The stage was set for a mesmerizing mind reading show and other acts that followed.
Things got a little “good crazy” at a Route 66 party we put together. We started at Santa Monica with a little “car graffiti”, then Arizona, the heartland and as the evening progressed, moved east until we ended in the windy city, Chicago. The DJ spun music from Ronnies garage, and food was served at a vintage roadside diner. A great journey!
Music in Ronnies Route 66 garage.
Grilled cheese, the perfect diner food!
A few spring wedding snapshots. Rustic Shabby Chic was the rage!
A delightful fusion of elegance and shabby chic.
A cornucopia of soda combinations and concoctions was available for thirsty guests at the custom vintage soda bar. 7up, vanilla, blueberry, pineapple, peach, cream, rootbeer, caramel . . . . . some guests were more daring than others.