Planning Guide for Company Christmas Parties

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Planning company Christmas parties involves a lot of up front decisions.

If you can answer these questions, you will have a good blueprint for your party.

  • What is your budget?
  • Will the Christmas party be formal or casual?
  • Will the party be at your office or someplace else (if it is going to be someplace else, you need to reserve the date as early as possible).
  • When will the party be?
  • What time of day will it be? If it is in the evening, will you invite date/spouses?
  • Will you have a Christmas party theme?
  • What sort of Christmas party decorations will you use?
  • What sort of Christmas party foods will you serve? Sit-down dinner, buffet, or finger foods?
  • What sort of entertainment will you have?
  • You want to have something fun planned other than just conversation.
  • Perhaps party gift exchange games or maybe other office Christmas party games.
  • Depending on where you'll have it, casino tables and dancing are also fun options.
  • If you have a theme, that can determine what you do as well.
  • If you are able to answer all of the above questions, you are on a good start to organizing your ideas for your company Christmas events.




    Additional Company Christmas Parties Planning Thoughts

    Here are more short, to the point office Christmas party links that may be of interest:

  • Christmas Office Party Ideas - Ideas for the office
  • Company-wide Christmas Party Ideas - Ideas for a company party
  • Corporate Christmas Party - Example of a great corporate party
  • Business Party - Should you include clients?
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