How to Use Black Lights for the First Parties of Spring

February 27, 2015
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How to Use Black Lights for the First Parties of Spring

Whether your area has slogged through a long winter or breezed through the cold without much trouble, it’s always a relief to see the first signs of Spring. Party planners will want to make something special of the first events of the season. Here is how to make your parties sizzle with a black light rental this spring.

Black Out the Rooms

Black lights work best when everything in the room is dark. Do your best to cover up any lights you don’t need for the party. Make sure the entry to the party space, the bathrooms and every other opening to outside is covered or blocked so your party space is not disturbed. You want every bit of light coming from your guests for the maximum party effect.

Clothing and Accessories

There is no mystery about the best color clothing to wear when throwing a party using black lights- whites and bright fluorescent are optimal. Whenever the black light hits the clothing or glow sticks (which you should supply for added fun), the effect of the lights can be experienced in full. Make sure to note about type of clothing needed to fully experience our black lights at the time of invite.

Best Drinks and Foods

Even in a club atmosphere, you can never go wrong by providing foods and drinks that are perfect with black lights. Any drinks with tonic or soda as the mixers work well in this lighting. Other possibilities include drink specials with milk content or a milky quality like arak, anisette or Pastis. Fun foods that go with black light include cupcakes or cookies with frosting. Bananas also work wonders and pick up black light!

When you need that special element to make your Spring parties sizzle, contact Blank Extreme Entertainment. Our black lights are now brighter than ever! For further information or inquiries please contact us at 800-439-2939 or visit www.BlankExtremeEntertainment.com.

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