Send Out Office Party Invitations For Your Next Holiday Party
The winter holiday season is full of parties which provide time for people
to relax and enjoy each others company. This year, why not make up some office
party invitations and host a party for your colleagues after work or on the
weekend? Choose a theme or just make it a casual open house style gathering
where guests can come and go as they please. Here are three suggestions for
your office party.
Progressive Dinner Party
Depending on the number of people taking part, you can either have dinner
in people's homes, at restaurants or even in different parts of your office building.
Once the office party invitations have been sent, and everyone has given their reply,
select people to prepare and host different parts of the meal. You can have drinks and
appetizers in one home, soup and salad in another, the main course in a third location
and dessert at the final place.
After Thanksgiving, have people draw names to participate in a Secret Santa activity.
Give small gifts, or do favors, for the person throughout the month of December.
Near the end of the month, have a party to reveal who the Secret Santa's were.
This can be a simple, lunch-hour party or a longer, after-work event.
On the office party invitations, instruct each person to bring four to six-dozen cookies,
candies or bars to share. Place a dozen of each dessert on a table for guests to eat and
serve hot chocolate, spiced apple juice and eggnog. Then divide up the remaining treats
so that everyone takes home a nice assortment.
Try to be sensitive to the fact that not everyone celebrates a certain winter holiday lik
e Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa. Keep the event secular in nature so that everyone feels
comfortable and joins in the festivities.
Oubly.com has a collection of different festive holiday themed invitations that fit
just about any party theme you can think of. With several color options for each design
and the ability to add detailed information for your event, Oubly.com is your go to source
for your holiday office party invites.
Please contact us if you have any questions