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30 Blogs with Exciting Ideas on How to Plan Your Own Vegas Night

Published on July 11, 2013, by in Sitters.

The bright lights, late nights and potential to hit the jackpot make traveling to Vegas an experience to remember. However, it’s not always feasible to take time off work, hop on a plane and gamble in an attempt to hit it big at a moment’s notice. Just because you can’t get on the next plane to Vegas doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy a taste of Sin City, though. Planning a casino party or a Vegas night is the perfect solution when you can’t get away. All you need for a successful Vegas-themed evening are gaming tables, dealers, good music, appetizers and cocktails. To pick up more ideas for throwing a Vegas Night, check out these 30 blog entries.


You can make your own invitations or buy them at the local party store.  Dice and playing cards are an iconic symbol of Vegas, so try incorporating them when you design your invitations.  If hand crafting invitations isn’t your thing, order custom invitations instead.  Take a look at these six blog articles to get some inspiration.


When it comes to decorations, you can go with a standard casino theme by using red, white and black, or you can step it up a notch and make it a 007 Casino Royale party by using decorations that reflect the 007 movie. Capitalize on the casino theme by using dice and playing cards in subtle ways throughout the venue. You’ll find classy, Vegas-inspired decorations in these six blog posts.


Music and gambling will take up most of the guests’ time, but you can also supply some prizes for a live auction at the end of the night.  Guests can bid using fake money winnings and ‘buy’ their favorite prize.  For fun, send everyone home with a deck of cards and some fuzzy dice as a party favor.  These six blog entries show you how to set up the party in your own home.


No party is complete without food! An easy way to ensure that you stay out of the kitchen and your guests can graze throughout the night is to set up a buffet table with chafing dishes to keep everything warm. You can also offer a few different warm and cold appetizers if the party is starting later in the evening. Be sure to specify if you’re serving a full dinner or appetizers only on the invitation. To find recipes and food ideas for the party, take a look at these six blog articles.


You can choose to hire a bartender and allow your guests to order their own drinks or you can prepare a signature drink for the evening and then let everyone self-serve with beer, wine and soft drinks the rest of the night.  These six blog posts share some tasty drink recipes that you can use as inspiration for specialty drinks at your party.

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