November is officially here, which means the holiday season is right around the corner. If work for a company, chances are that you will be having a holiday party once December or January rolls around. A holiday party is the perfect way to bring all of your co-workers together and have a memorable team-building experience. However, if you are in charge of planning the party, it will require time and effort. Luckily, there are few simple tips you can follow.
Set A Budget
One of the most important aspects of planning a holiday party is preparing a budget and sticking to it. The specifics of your budget will depend on the size of your company and past holiday parties. You may want to keep the same budget as the last holiday party, or you may want to change a few things. It is essential that you set a budget so that you know what you can afford. Once you set the budget, you will have time to make all of your final arrangements, including choose the venue and caterer.
Select a Date and Venue
Once you have set a budget, you can choose a date and a venue for your holiday party. When choosing a date, you should probably consult with your coworkers to see which date works the best. It is better to choose a weekday so that you won’t have to compete with everyone’s weekend plans. When it comes to selecting the venue, you have several options. You can have it at the office or you can have it off-site, such as a restaurant.
Food and Drinks
One of the most important aspects of any holiday party is the food and drinks. Depending on the venue, you might have to invest in a caterer for your event. Catering by Alan Weiss has a wide range of meal options for your holiday party. Make sure that you have enough drinks for everyone, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
Catering for Every Wedding
When you are ready to for excellent catering for your Jewish wedding, there is no better way to do it than with kosher Catering by Alan Weiss. We offer exceptional service, delicious kosher cuisine, and event planning for larger gatherings. We have a 19-page menu with various kosher delights for you to choose from, so your guests with food allergies won’t feel left out at all. To get more information and see our menu, visit us online or give us a call at (443) 394-8338 or (800) 459-0009. For more tips and interesting articles, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and YouTube.