Five Top Christmas Party Tips

With roughly two months to go before the peak of Christmas Party season it now really is time to start planning the event.

To help you out we’ve highlighted five of the mos important things to remember before your Christmas party.


Pick a theme

At the earliest stage decide what theme your Christmas party night will take as there is nothing worse than deciding on a fancy dress theme at the last minute when you’ve already ordered decorations and handed out invitations. Choosing early means you can get the most out of your chosen theme in all aspects of your party.


Invite the guests

Now that you’ve chosen your party theme you can create your personalised party invitations and hand them out. Don’t hang around as given the time of the year there will be loads of parties to choose from and you don’t want your guests getting double booked before they’ve even heard about your party.


Organise the venue

Check and double check that your party venue is expecting you and they know the numbers involved. It happens far too often that venues double book, so avoid the heartache and stress by clearing this up at the start. Then make sure they know what you have planned right down to the fine details.


Book entertainment

Unless the venue are laying on the entertainment this is something or get organised early as anyone with a small amount of talent will be booked up well before your Christmas party unless you get very lucky. Make sure the venue is happy with the entertainment you’ve got in mind too.


Get enough food!!

Nothing can kill a party quite like having dozens of hungry guests, either waiting for food that never comes or being underwhelmed by what does show up. This may sound selfish, but guests always expect a good spread when they turn up to any kind of party.

Alternatively check out and leave the Christmas party organising to the professionals.

One thought on “Five Top Christmas Party Tips”

  1. Great post! I think entertainment can also be provided by guests by way of playing games. Although it’s always cute when you get the young kids together and make them present a song or dance. For the food, I would suggest that pot-luck is the best way to go. Though you definitely have to assign the big things to people you can rely on.

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