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THE HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 2016


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Organise your office Christmas 1. CHOOSE the date Choosing a date is best done as


early as possible. It can be difficult to hold a small group of people to a date, so imagine how hard it would be to do so with a large group or with only a fortnight’s notice. You should start by selecting a few dates that suit you and then ask people to vote on their preferred option.


2. Send out invitations Make sure to invite everyone


from the office, and don’t leave anyone out. Let people know if they can bring a partner or a plus one, as this will save you from a lot of questions later on.


4. Sort out the catering You should find out if there are


any vegetarians, vegans or allergy sufferers in attendance. If there are, make sure you have options for them. Hiring caterers can be expensive but it will make your job much easier. They can present


3. Pick a theme As this is a Christmas party,


you might just go with a normal Christmas theme. However, if you want to put a spin on it and choose a unique dress code, here are a few ideas you can pick from: Any of the decades Movie Night Fire & Ice Red & White


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