Summer is the perfect time for company picnics! They are a great way to bring your team together, have fun, and create memories. However, planning a company picnic can be overwhelming.
You want to make sure that everyone has a good time, but how do you do that? Don't worry! We've got you covered. In this article, we'll share some creative and exciting company picnic ideas that are sure to make your next event a success.
Give your picnic a theme! You can choose anything from Hawaiian Luau to Western BBQ. Encourage your team to dress up and decorate the venue accordingly.
Get everyone involved in outdoor games like tug-of-war, cornhole, and giant Jenga. These games are fun and help your team bond.
Hire a few food trucks to provide your team with a variety of food options. You can even ask your team to vote for their favorite food truck.
Plan a scavenger hunt around the venue with clues and riddles. It's a great way to get everyone exploring and working together.
If your office is pet-friendly, why not invite your team to bring their furry friends to the picnic? It's a great way to celebrate your office culture and make everyone feel included.
If you're hosting your company picnic near a body of water, water games can be a great addition. Activities like water balloon toss and water volleyball can be fun for everyone.
Set up DIY stations where your team can create their own crafts or DIY projects. It's a great way to spark creativity and let your team have fun.
If you really want to impress the group, have a custom set made with the company logo and raffle it off at the end of the day.
This one is messy, but oh-so-much fun to watch. Participants can only use their mouths (not their hands) to finish this summer treat.
Dress up your picnic! To decorate the table, gather balloons, tablecloths, and entertaining confetti or accessories.
Urge staff members to use the hashtag you come up with when posting amusing photos. This is a wonderful approach to include existing and potential future workers while promoting your brand and business.
After all, this is a company picnic. Make sure everyone receives one or two branded take-home gifts and have water bottles with your company logo printed on them.