Plan ahead to make it the best night ever

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HAL­LOWEEN may only be over but many peo­ple are al­ready turn­ing their sights to Christ­mas, plan­ning ahead to take the stress out of the big event. There are many ben­e­fits to start­ing the plan­ning early, es­pe­cially if you are plan­ning one or nu­mer­ous Christ­mas par­ties cater­ing for a large group of peo­ple. Ad­vance book­ing will en­sure you se­cure the per­fect venue and date and can avail of the many fan­tas­tic of­fers avail­able. If you’ve been asked to or­gan­ise a Christ­mas party and you want to make sure it goes with a bang, there ad­vance such as the time and date, venue, caterer, buf­fet vs sit-down, DJ, em­ploy­ees only vs. in­clude sig­nif­i­cant oth­ers. Next, you need to book the lo­ca­tion and de­cide on a date and theme (if these have not al­ready been de­ter­mined for you). Food is al­ways an im­por­tant el­e­ment and most venues can pro­vide sam­ple set menus in ad­vance so that you can en­sure there is some­thing for ev­ery­one. Dis­cuss menu and wait staff to be pro­vided, mak­ing sure that ev­ery­thing is clearly spec­i­fied in the con­tract. are plenty of venues in the area of­fer­ing tremen­dous pack­ages, in­clud­ing DJ and cater­ing.

Whether you are plan­ning a small, in­ti­mate lunch or a large scale party with en­ter­tain­ment and din­ner, there are pack­ages avail­able to suit ev­ery bud­get and crowd. First you need to do a lit­tle fact-find­ing: How much do you have to spend, and what are you ex­pected to pro­vide for that money (venue, dec­o­ra­tions, food and drink, en­ter­tain­ment, goodie bags or gifts, etc?

Has any­thing been de­cided in

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