Talking about the experience, we can’t skip the food & drinks options.
Regardless of your team-building and bonding activity plan, it would be best if you always thought of some snacks and drinks.
This is not only because you will enhance the experience but also because the food and drinks help people be more social. By the way, this is how the paint and sip business started. An artist in the US encouraged her adult students to bring some wine to the studio just because most people thought they could not paint.
The big question is, “What drinks & food should you provide?”
Shall you have alcoholic drinks or just soft drinks? Shall you have some crisps and sweets or provide some healthy yummy snacks?
This part of the event depends greatly on the budget, personal preferences, and where and when the event will be held.
You as an organiser will decide on the quality of the food, but there is one thing you should always be mindful of: the alcohol should always be less than the food.
The ideal ratio is 40 alcohol and 60 food.
When people drink without food, they get drunk quickly. So you can limit the drinks per person with tickets or vouchers. Let’s say each team member can redeem 2 glasses of wine and 2 or 3 soft drinks, for example.
This will not only help you with planning your budget but also reduce the possibility of getting people drunk.