Casino Birthday Party Ideas
Chat with Cheri Intoxicologist on Twitter and facebook. With Halloween on the table this month Poker Night plays out to be a great theme for a gangster style, casino or Monte Carlo Halloween party. Add a few plastic poker chips in the envelope to really excite your guests! Garnish with a sliced grape resting on rim of glass. This gives an added touch of class and guarantees that your drinks are made correctly.
Last Chance Cocktail
Oh "Craps", Jim is turning 50! Roll on over for a night of games. You have been "dealt" an invitation to Kathleen's Surprise Birthday Party! Ante up for a night if gambling at Greg's Birthday Casino. Join us for night of food, friends and fun. Hit the jackpot with your casino decorations. As your guests enter your party have them walk through a red and black balloon archway.
Of course if you're not feeling ambitious you can always flank the entrance with casino balloons. As your guests walk into the party room make sure they smoothly slide into the casino theme. At the entrance of the party have a life sized cutout of the guest of honor in a tuxedo or an elegant dress.
If your guests are jealous of how you look, you can always ante up boas and felt hats for them. If you're hosting at a casino, then you're sitting on aces. However if you're not, the walls need a splash of casino! Direct your guests with these casino signs!
You can even add to the glamour of the casino with a VIP sign. Bouquets are perfect at the entrance, on tables, and for highlighting areas like the bar or dancefloor. We also enjoy these casino danglers because they are super fun! Don't forget about the party playlist! Mix in some Vegas and gambling theme tunes for a great casino vibe:. Serve easy finger foods that will keep everyone circulating and playing the games.
Our go-to casino birthday party menu:. For drinks, what is more casino than a martini bar? Guests will love creating their own drinks and you'll love not having to throw down cash for multiple kinds of booze. Here is what you need:. Champagne punch is another great option. The drink first appeared in the Casino Royale book and Bond himself gives us the recipe. He asks a waiter to make a dry martini with three measures of gin, a shot of vodka and half a shot of Vermouth. This is a really easy one to make and you can change it up to your tastes.
This is the classic James Bond martini and your guests should be seriously impressed by your cocktail making skills. For the cocktail , combine 2 shots of tequila, 3 shots of pineapple juice, 1 shot of triple sec and a twist of lemon.
Stir together with ice and strain into a tall glass. You can garnish this cocktail with fruit and mini umbrellas for that really tacky, casino feel. You may not know it but Casinos and Alcohol have a rich history, though most casino and bingo sites have a duty to advise their players not to drink. To finish off the night, consider the simple Last Chance cocktail for some light refreshment. Just mix together 2 parts vodka, 1 part triple sec and combine with 4 measures of orange juice.