Get Creative With The Holiday Food

Let’s face it: we spend the majority of our time on our phones browsing through Instagram, Pinterest, etc. all while constantly inundated with beautiful presentations of food. People are more exposed to different cuisines and flavors, which means it’s going to take a lot more than a typical chicken and potato banquet main course to really WOW your guests. Time to kick it up a notch and get creative. Food trucks are a great alternative to your boring turkey dish. They provide unique menu offerings, while proving an interactive experience. Not only will all the attendees enjoy the food, but there will also be little to no clean up so that everyone can enjoy the festivities planned by the local Party Pros company.

Add Signature Holiday Cocktails

Unique drink service signature cocktails are an easy and inexpensive addition to any event and can really add that personal touch. Get creative and play around with the names, different glassware, and signage to fit your theme. Try unique concoctions such as a pomegranate martini or a White Christmas Mojito. Want to really up the ante? Hire a bartender to pour the drinks for you and your guests. And because not everyone wants to get a buzz on, incorporate fun”Mocktails,” to the menu!

Provide Fun Holiday Games & Entertainment

Games are always a great way to get your guests interacting with one another and help break the ice and while you’re at it, why not get custom long sleeve shirts for the special occasion. For the holiday office parties, try a company-themed white elephant exchange. Have employees buy gifts associated with your company, its culture and its community. For house parties, try including card games such as Cards Against Humanity or for the Millennials and Gen Z guests out there: What Do You Meme? You can even hire a limousine from services like Dream Limousines to pick up your guests from their houses! Just a touch of elegance if your party is a formal one!

Katherine Kimbrell (8 Posts)

Katherine was born in Birmingham, Alabama, but calls Atlanta her home. Owner of a small business, Katherine loves everything health and wellness related. She is also passionate about Atlanta's food scene.