Spring Awakening: Revitalize Your Team with a Corporate Event

As nature springs back to life, consider hosting a corporate event to reinvigorate and wake your organization from hibernation. Excite employees, clients, and business partners with a spring-inspired party at a unique Boston venue. Picture an evening filled with lively conversations, special event catering, drinks, and a vibrant atmosphere to bring together the best of the corporate world with arts and cultural exhibitions. 

Spring forward with ideas to make it the best party ever!  

Spring corporate party

Themed Extravaganzas: Unique Venues 

We’ve narrowed down exciting venue options for your party. At Harvard Art Museums, stroll amongst the masters in an Italian-inspired piazza. Boston Athenaeum, located in Beacon Hill, was voted Best Place to Throw a Party by Boston Magazine. The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) offers stunning floor-to-ceiling windows with city views.   SoWa Power Station is perfect for large-scale event productions, conferences, and multi-day experiences. Please browse our vast portfolio of impressive locations throughout New England; exciting options exist!  

Spring corporate party
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Culinary Adventures Await 

Envision live cooking demonstrations unfolding right before your eyes, showcasing the skill and artistry of talented chefs. It transcends mere dining into a theatrical performance, an immersive experience that adds an exhilarating element to your event. 

With dynamic make-your-own menus, guests wave their magic wands (or spoons) to create original dishes. Whether assembling a personalized salad from a ‘garden’ of fresh ingredients, crafting a unique sushi roll, or hand-pulled mozzarella, captivating your guests with its mesmerizing transformation from curd to creamy perfection. Encourage your guests to become part of the live-action stations.  

It’s a culinary adventure where individual preferences take center stage, transforming eating into a personalized and interactive journey. 

Trend Alert!   

Spring Melon Board | watermelon • cantaloupe • honeydew • charentais • crenshaw
feta, pecorino-romano, house-made ricotta, serrano ham, fresh mint + basil, lime, sea salts 


Spring corporate party
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The Wow Factor: Creativity Unleashed 

The spring corporate party flow is a progressive journey in and of itself. We love the unique station design that allows guests to use all their senses to explore the unexpected transitioning from one area to another. Continue to elevate the culinary experience with vibrant, eye-catching displays, enhancing the menu of interactive food stations. Incorporate moss- and greenery-covered backdrops to highlight salad ‘gardens’ with beds of fresh herbs and lettuces. Incorporate stylish tabletop settings and custom furnishings that feature a mix of colorful poufs and ottomans. You will also want a set of accent tables, which can be a great way to add in light tones. Did someone say Cherry Blossoms?  


Spring corporate party

The Elixir of Spring: Signature Drinks Take Center Stage 

Unlock the door to impressive entertainment by incorporating signature drinks into your event. Whether a classic cocktail or a refreshing mocktail, each sip becomes an artful flavor expression of the party theme. Elevate your guests’ experience with a carefully curated drink menu that reflects the essence of your event. Embrace a vibrant, spring-themed color palette for bar design, such as cool shades and floral patterns to compliment the drink menu. 

Craft Cocktails 

Spring Fling | Fresh strawberries, elderflower syrup, lemon juice, rhubarb bitters, and ounces of your preferred sparkling rosé wine
Lemon Lavender Gin Rickey | Gin, freshly squeezed lemon juice, locally sourced honey, Fever-Tree seltzer water, and lavender sprigs 


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It’s more than just a party; it’s an opportunity to foster connections and creativity in a uniquely vibrant setting. Contact us to begin planning your spring corporate party!  


Written by: Kori Carter Gillespie is the Director of Brand Marketing @thecateredaffair in Boston, Massachusetts. Kori is a content writer passionate about crafting brand stories for boutique lifestyle brands. 

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