It’s a time of year typically associated with gatherings and get-togethers. Of course, this means celebrating and having fun. But a common complaint is that so many parties seem ‘staged’ and impersonal. There may be plenty of people and even entertainment on offer. But deep-down, what most people want is to feel appreciated and special. A party involving many people can quickly lose its personality and if you are a host, you’ll want to make your individual guests feel special and appreciated; not overwhelmed!
The fashionable thing for group gatherings, is to show a clear personal hosting effort. Let your guests know that you have been thinking of them and make it an occasion to remember with these top tips:
Things to think about
- Include personalisation
Whether it’s a little name-card on a table or a personalised drink, why not pull out the stops and show ever guest that their presence is valued?
- Enjoy yourself
People often complain of parties being impersonal because the host has been largely absent – too busy ‘organising’ rather than being part of the action! An important thing is to really get involved yourself and make sure you have staff on-hand to help with other areas, if need be
- Encourage conversation
Nothing falls flat like a party with no talking! You could try out quirky games to encourage people to chat, or even just propose some speeches!
- Fine food
An element which brings all the guests together at a party is the food. When it’s a quality option, this spreads positive vibes and conversation, making people more likely to feel personally appreciated
Food for thought
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