Nothing beats a Christmas party with great company, delicious food and festive drinks. So if you haven’t planned your Christmas party, then today’s the day. Whether it’s an office party or a simple family reunion at home, it’s not yet too late. If you think you can’t do the planning alone, ask a few friends to help you out. With these simple tips, your party can be the fun celebration of the season.
Make a list and check it twice. Jot some names down. If it’s an office party, of course everyone you work with is invited. Pick a date that works best for all the people who need to be there. And when you send out your invitations, ask that guests RSVP.
Deck the halls. If you need space, you might want to think about renting a room. For your Christmas decor, your party venue does not have to look like a magazine spread. Decorating at Christmas is about family traditions, take your cue from there. Also, set a Christmas music playlist to get guests in the holiday mood.
Eat, drink and be merry. Christmas is all about great food and drinks. Choose only the finest festive treats, from traditional roasts to irresistible desserts, while keeping the drinks flowing. Drinks spell the difference between a good party and a bad one. A hassle-free solution is the GSM Mobile Distillery by Ginebra San Miguel Inc. (GSMI). Choose from two affordable party drink packages: Fresh N Funky for only P7,500 and Hip N High for only P8,500. Both packages are inclusive of a full bar set-up, supplies and two bartenders. Of course, it features your favorite GSMI party drinks Antonov Vodka, Gran Matador, Don Enrique Mixkila, GSM Blue and Ginebra San Miguel Premium Gin in fun and unique concoctions. For more on GSM Mobile Distillery, contact 655-2842.
Spread the holiday cheers. A gift exchange is expected but doesn’t have to be expensive. Keep the gifts small and simple. Set a price limit for the gifts, or you can just do it yourself. Guests appreciate anything handmade. Consider making a simple gift like an ornament that they can take home with them.
When everything’s all set, make merry memories. Put a smile on as soon as the first guest arrives. Celebrate the spirit of the holidays, embrace family and friends, and enjoy the moment..