Silver Winter Snow Flake Favor Boxes -- Set of 24
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Thanksgiving is just a few days away and holiday party planning will be getting underway -- if it hasn't already. If you have been chosen as the lucky individual in your office to plan this year's company Christmas party, congratulations!!! Some people dread planning a company Christmas party. One reason is because it is hard to please EVERYONE in your office -- so don't worry about that. However, the good news is you can definitely please most people and have a great time as well. Today on the Charming Chick blog we will show you some festive items that will make the season merry and bright -- AND some tips to help you plan the perfect company Christmas party.
Winter Snowflake Ornament Place Card Holder Set of 6
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The first thing you'll want to do is to find out the holiday party planning budget for your company. While there are many ways to plan a company Christmas party on any budget, before you start planning you definitely want to know how much money you have. Sometimes things are tight and renting out a party room in a restaurant or country club may not be an option. In those cases sometimes a boss will host the party at their house -- or even at the office.
There are other things to consider as well such as; will each person be responsible for picking up their own tab, if not, will they at least need to pay for their drinks or will you provide one or two drink tickets per person? Who will be invited, the employee and a guest? Is it a family affair? Just an after work function for employees only?
Snowflake Book Mark Party Favor
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Another helpful company Christmas party planning tip is to send out an email or a poll asking the folks in your office what they would like to do. It works best to narrow it down to a few things and then just see what the majority of people want to do. After you decide on what you will do make sure to call the restaurant to make sure it's available (and that they can accommodate a large group) and then send out an email or Evite letting people know about the company Christmas party. The Evite should let people know when and where the event is, if they are responsible for their own bill and/or meal choices, directions and any other information that you feel is important for them to know.
To add an extra special and festive touch to your company Christmas party and other holiday party planning, it's nice to include favors like the ones we have pictured in this post. Just a small token that lets everyone know their hard work is noticed and that the powers that be, really do appreciate all they do.
We hope you have a great time and enjoy the holiday season. Have fun with all your holiday party planning and all of the events of the Christmas season.