Incredible Ideas for Your Vegas Prom Theme

Big. BOLD. Bright.Andersons Prom Las Vegas Prom Theme
All three of these words describe the allure of Las Vegas.

Is your school having a Vegas themed Prom? Keep these three words in mind as you make important decisions during the planning, purchasing, and decorating for your exciting Las Vegas Prom night!

Andersons Prom Light-up Playing Cards1. Go BIG.

In Las Vegas, everything seems to be “supersized” and over-the-top. When choosing your decorations for Prom night, make sure your Vegas decorating ideas are also BIG.

Of course, going “big” is not exclusive to the size of your decorations. Going “over-the-top” can be done in many other ways from your invites to favors to food:Andersons Prom Casino Theme Gaming Table

Andersons Prom Balloon Decorations2. Go BOLD.

Make some bold moves on Prom night with unforgettable decorating and food ideas that students love—and make a statement. Check out our Pinterest board for more bold ideas.

  • Create amazing lighting effects on the dance floor
  • Fill the ceiling with helium-filled balloons to replicate the Bellagio’s stained glass
  • Go retro and choose black and white decor with red accents
  • Tall cupcake towers
  • Candy buffets that are stuffed with lots of options

Andersons Prom Neon Prom Favor bags3. Go BRIGHT.

A Las Vegas Prom theme should have A LOT of lights and bright colors that recreate the vibrancy of the Las Vegas strip or downtown. As you decorate on Prom night, make sure you have all of the following at your disposal to create the Vegas Prom students dream about:

Your Las Vegas Prom night is sure to be a jackpot of a night for your students if you keep Big, Bold, and Bright ideas in mind. From over-the-top invitations to bold lighting effects to bright lights, you will give your students the most memorable Prom ever!

What big, bold, or bright ideas do you have planned for Prom?
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2 comments

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    1. Anya, this is a Prom blog, not a wedding blog. It was meant to be informative and directed to both students and adults. Please limit your comments to Prom only.
      Thank you.

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