Event Planning Report

Practical Event Planning Guide

November, 2011

A good host minimizes alcohol risk at holiday party

A holiday party is a great opportunity for employees and clients to relax and to get to know each other better. It can also land the company in legal trouble. The source of the problem is usually alcohol. A staff member or client or other guest has too much to drink and starts groping or […]

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Holiday Party Planning Checklist: The Hosting Tasks

  Procrastination is bad, organization is good. It’s a lesson that goes for almost every task in life — especially when planning a party. The more organized you are in the lead up to a party, the more flawless and enjoyable it will be. So here are some of interior stylist and party planning guru […]

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Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Decorating: Luminarias

While I was living in Arizona for a few years, I was introduced to a lovely Hispanic Christmas tradition – Luminarias. Rows of simple, brown paper bags are illuminated by small candles, and weighted down with sand (or gravel, small stones, marbles, popcorn, cat litter . . . almost anything that will add some weight […]

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Plan the Best Employee Party Ever

Company parties and events are supposed to be fun ways to build team spirit and congratulate employees on a job well done. So why do so many events remain so notoriously boring and unimaginative that employees flat-out dread them? via Plan the Best Employee Party Ever | Society, Social Assistance & Lifestyle > Customs & […]

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