Looking for something a little different this year for your work Christmas party? Tired of the same old venues and activities? Then why not try something new and exciting? Here's a few ideas for Christmas parties with an edge.
A good Christmas party should be fun, festive and filled with cheer. It should also be a relaxed and enjoyable event where people can let their hair down and have some fun. There are many different types of Christmas party venues to choose from, so it is important to find the right one for your organisation.
Some people may prefer a more traditional party, such as a Christmas dinner or team building day. These can be great options for smaller organisations or those who want to keep things simple. However, for larger organisations or those who are looking for something with a bit more of an edge, a themed party may be the way to go. This could include anything from an ice bar to a casino night….to axe throwing. Check out this list of 39 extra festive things you can do for an office Christmas party from our friends over at teambuilding.com
Whatever type of party you choose, it is important to make sure that everyone has a good time. This means planning ahead and arranging top notch activities and games that will keep everyone entertained. It is also important to choose the right venue, so that people feel comfortable and have plenty of space to socialise.
So, what makes a good Christmas party? In short, it should be fun, festive and filled with cheer! And hopefully no disaster…
Christmas party disasters are always a source of hilarity, and everyone has at least one story to share. Would yours be ruined if the DJ turned out to be a terrible singer? Did your snowball fight turn into something more serious? Let us know.
So, what do you need to avoid if you don’t want your office Christmas party to end in disaster? Here are a few tips:
– Make sure you choose a reputable venue, and check that it’s adequately insured in case of accidents.
– If you’re hiring a DJ or band, make sure they’re good quality and will keep your guests entertained, without going too far.
– Make sure everyone knows what time the party is finishing, and set a curfew if necessary.
– Make sure there is plenty of food and drink for everyone, and that it’s all high quality.
– Keep an eye on the budget, and don’t overspend on unnecessary extras.