When it’s time to organise your office catering, aim high! Our gourmet catering service is here to help you achieve an oscar-worthy event for your guests. Here are a handful of handy tips to help make things to make your event great, brought to you by Melbourne’s Roozervelts ~ Food Heaven!
1. Avoid Long Speeches
You know, as much as the Oscars is a compelling occasion, it really does reinforce a lesson that goes right across the board.. Brief, Punchy Speeches (BPS) are best! Whether its a wedding, funeral, office function OR the Oscars, applying the BPS rule keeps things moving in the right direction. Speeches, not monologues, please!
2. Manoeuvre Gracefully
Red carpet or tired worn corporate carpet, graceful manoeuvring is fairly essential. Unless you’re Jennifer Lawrence, who can somehow actually gain credibility by face-planting, it’s generally better to remain on your feet, especially in a sophisticated area such as Collins St, Melbourne! Take your time when moving around, especially when in close proximity to banquet tables laden with delicious Roozervelts catering.
3. Create Expectations
Half the fun of the Oscars is in the expectations – Who’s going to win the Oscar? The expectations set up by this event are always exciting and gets people talking. When rolling out your Melbourne CBD office function, keep in mind that a creative approach to setting expectations may be the key to getting people excited about your event! We have some office catering favourites that are beyond yummy – let your guests know what to expect before they arrive and build expectation! Here are some favourites to check out:
4. Explore.. The Unknown
If you’re running events on any kind of an ongoing basis, beware of predictability. Keeping things interesting and changing options up may be the key to a more engaging event. Keeping guests on their toes, and surprising them with new ideas might give your events the edge you’re looking for. For example, why have your catering at a conventional time? We can help with catering through the whole business day:
5. Has Anyone Named Oscar Ever Won an Oscar?
A bit of Oscars trivia for you: According to inshorts.com, Lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II is the only person named ‘Oscar’ to win at the Academy Awards. He was co-winner of two Oscar awards in the Best Original Song category. He won his first Oscar for the song ‘The Last Time I Saw Paris’ in 1942.