Every year the planning begins earlier for the Christmas season. September is a wonderful time to begin to plan a Christmas party. When someone begins to plan their Christmas party, they will need to take into consideration some of the following:
1) Guest list and invitations
Who is on the guest list for this year’s party? Will there be friends, co-workers, family, neighbors or a combination of those folks. Then once a guest list is completed the thought will go into the invitations to send. When thinking of invitations someone needs to think of how people will respond to them the fastest and easiest way. Sometimes sending out invitations to certain people may work best. If you have older family members it might be best to send out a mailed invitation with an RSVP card; while the younger generations may response best to evites.
When having a Christmas party someone wants to decorate accordingly to the crowd they will have. If you do not want people going to a second floor of a home, think about adding empty boxes wrapped in Christmas paper blocking the staircase. The same can be true when not wanting guests in certain rooms of the home, think of using standing decorations of snowmen or Santa or those wrapped boxes. This will add to your decorations and will also keep the guests out of certain locations and rooms.
One of the other considerations will be the food served at the party. When creating a menu, the host will need to consider the type of party they are planning. Will a full course meal be served or will appetizers be the menu for this party.
No party is complete without the music selections. Will there be a mix of traditional Christmas music with some of the recent Christmas hits? Will the music selection be all Christmas music or a mix of Christmas music and party music? There are a few musical selections of traditional Christmas music available in the photo list.