Photo Courtesy of Marla Aufmuth
Games People Play
Every road trip theme needs to have some fun with creating a few mad lib stories. This interactive décor takes the road trip game to new heights with a wall for guests to create their own wacky libs. Give us an adjective because we think this is ____.
Photo courtesy of Subaru
National Parks Sights and Sounds
If you can't go to the parks, bring the parks to your guests. This 360-degree activation surrounds guests with sights from the National Parks. From floor to ceiling, this immersive lighting activation including the Redwood Forest, Denali's peak and the Old Faithful Geyser at Yellowstone. A 360 surround lighting experience can be filled with wherever the road can take you.
Photo Courtesy of Tyler Curtis
Take Me Out to the Ball Park Hot Dog
Summer road trips often include a trip to the ballpark. And what's a trip to a stadium without getting a hot dog. Entertain your guests with a life-sized hotdog "totter" and other fun baseball games.
Photo courtesy of Liz Andrew
A Hawaiian road trip usually ends in a stop to get shaved ice. Use this DIY version to create for your next event.
1 cup sugar, preferably superfine, divided
1 quart strawberries, diced
1½ cups mango juice
1 mango, diced
½ cup toasted coconut
1. In a medium pot, bring 1 cup water and a ¾ cup of the sugar to a boil over medium heat. Once the mixture has boiled, remove from the heat and add 2 cups water.
2. Pour the mixture into a shallow baking dish and transfer to the freezer for 5 hours, stirring the mixture every 45 minutes to create ice crystals.
3. In a blender, process the strawberries and the remaining ¼ cup sugar until smooth. Strain the mixture and transfer to a container with a pour spout. Transfer the mango juice to a container with a pour spout.
4. To serve, divide the ice into four serving glasses. Pour about a quarter of the mango juice over each, then pour about a quarter of the strawberry mixture over each as well. Garnish with mango and coconut.