With the warmer weather and the start of camping season, doctor capsule our thoughts turn to S’mores, Scavenger Hunts and spending time around the campfire. What’s not to love about a camping out in nature themed event? The décor, food, fun and festivities all relate to the great outdoors.
Whether a corporate or private affair, create a camping atmosphere anywhere with tents, rustic charm and natural décor elements. Can’t create a real fire? Set up a simulated fire using lights, fans and fabric or a paper flame fire. Add some log benches or stumps as seating around the fire. If your event is outdoors, provide guests with a camp counsellor comfort station which includes, bug spray, sunscreen, sunburn relief and adhesive bandages for boo-boos. Offer cozy blankets after the sun goes down.
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Need Gift Ideas? A DIY Terrarium is a fun activity and keepsake for guests of all ages. Other take away gift ideas include flashlights, glow sticks, fishing tackle, compass, first-aid kit, water canteen, thermos and wooden disks used for coasters/pendant/ornament that guests use a wood burning tool to burn in their monogram or custom design.
Cook up some chow!
Campfire chilli, roasted hot dogs and baked beans, corn bread, squirrelly trail mix, ants on a log, root beer, kettle popped popcorn and classic to contemporary s’mores. There are endless recipes to whet your guests appetite and fortify them for a hike in the woods (or a lengthy meeting).