Have your holiday party:
This is the most wonderful time of the year! If you’re like many Americans, this time of year is filled with parties, celebrations and gatherings with friends and family. However, planning these festivities can be stressful.
There are many details to consider: what should we wear? Who will come? Where should we organize our party?
How much will it cost? Do we have to buy gifts? Fortunately, there are many ways to simplify things and make your holiday celebration an explosion.
From finding the right guests to set up the perfect scene and storing your bar properly, read on for some helpful tips that make hosting your own holiday party a cinch. Happy Holidays!
Celebrate your holidays
1) Find your guest list
Whether you’re hosting an office party or a family reunion, you’ll want to start by choosing your ideal guest list.
If your business or family members are smaller, you may decide to have a cocktail party with only a handful of guests to keep things intimate. Otherwise.
If you are hosting a large company event, you may want to consider booking a space that can accommodate more guests.
If you’re having a big party, remember to consider noise levels and noise orders to avoid disruptions in your neighbourhood.
2) Decide on a theme
Whether you’re planning a Christmas party or a New Year’s party, you’ll want to consider choosing a theme.
This will help you refine your guest list and provide guidance for planning your decor, menu and entertainment. Decorations, especially seasonal, can be expensive, but they can also help set the tone for your party.
If you are hosting a big party, you can consider renting decorations to reduce costs.
If you organize a small celebration, you can consider buying decorations. Keep in mind that you may be able to find great decorations at a discounted price during late season sales.
3) Choose your food and beverage menu
If you have a large guest list, you can consider hiring a catering service. If you organize a small gathering, you may want to consider buying or making part of your own food.
This can help reduce party costs and also provide a more personalized feel to your event. If you are hosting a large event, you may want to consider hiring a bartender to serve drinks to your guests to avoid overcrowding at the bar.
If you are hosting a smaller event, you may want to consider buying a few cocktail items, such as shakers or cocktail napkins.
You can also add a festive touch to your drinks by adding festive toppings to your cocktails, such as fresh herbs or colourful berries.