If you’re in charge of planning this year’s office holiday party, you want to ensure that it’s perfect. From decorations to drinks, it’s important that you don’t leave anything out. Discover how you plan a successful holiday party with the following tips!
Start Planning ASAP
Start planning as soon as you are given the responsibility. The holiday season is a particularly busy time for businesses, so ensure that the perfect venue isn’t already booked. It’s absolutely necessary to provide delicious catering at your holiday party, so ensure that you make the arrangements as soon as possible.
Choose a Venue
While many businesses choose to plan their holiday party in the office building, the most successful events occur in outside venues. Choose a venue that’s close to your office, or in an area that’s convenient for your employees such as the nearest city. Ensure that there is space for everyone to sit (and dance depending on your office).
Send the Invites Early
The holiday season is a busy time, and your employees have a variety of functions to attend. Ensure that you send the invitations as soon as possible so that guests can RSVP accordingly. Sending the invitations sooner rather than later also increases the attendance rate.
Call a Local Catering Service
When it comes to the office holiday party, food might be the most important aspect of the event. It’s important to ensure that your guests have delicious catering from a local service. Determine whether the food service will be buffet-style or traditional. A catering company can also provide you with staff to help you during the event.
Corporate Catering from Abundance Catering
When you work with The Abundance Catering Company, you get a partner that understands how important it is that your co-workers or students are satisfied with the catering service. Whether you need catering for 10 people or 1,000, Abundance Catering can help. The Abundance Catering Company specializes in corporate catering and K-12 school dining services for Anne Arundel, Howard, and Baltimore counties, as well as Baltimore City. Follow us on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter, for weekly updates regarding our services and more!