If you’re an event planner or event coordinator, you have your work cut out for you with the current COVID-19 pandemic. You want your team to feel connected to each other, even if they’re working from home. Since morale is more important than ever, keep reading to learn about different virtual events you can host for your team.
- Cocktail class - With bars operating in limited capacity and the inability to gather in person, you can now have cocktail classes taught by a professional mixologist from the comfort of your own home. Your employees will have a blast learning how to mix specialty drinks and the history behind some of the most iconic libations. This virtual cocktail class box includes a $40 Total Wine gift card (so they can purchase their favorite brand of liquor) , 30 minutes of instruction from a master mixologist, any garnishes or mixers you may need, and cocktail equipment like jiggers or muddlers.
- Wine & Painting Class - Have creative minds on your team? Try a sip and paint class from Corporate Appreciation. This experience includes an art instructor, brushes, paint, canvas, and a custom logo wine glass to sip from! Even better, the $30 Total Wine gift card we add will allow your team members to purchase the beverages of their choice.
- Cookie "Nailed It" Baking Event - Take a walk on the sweeter side with our “Nailed It” Cookie Challenge. Invite your team members to bake and decorate themed cookies under the instruction of our professional baker. Our boxes include dry ingredients for sugar cookies, a shopping list for perishable items (you can include a grocery gift card for your employees to get supplies with) , piping bags, icing, 3 themed cookie cutters, sprinkles and decorations, and a custom spatula!
- Dinner Party Event - Feeling hungry? Treat your team to an interactive virtual dinner party, courtesy of Fork & Flowers. All you have to do is choose a meal that you think your team would like and we take it from there!
Even though life is expected to get back to normal at some point, virtual events can bring team members together, no matter how far apart you are.