The one thing that sets holiday parties apart from other types of gatherings is tradition. Whether that is making your great-grandmother’s famous side dish for Thanksgiving to keep her memory alive or playing football in the yard at the Labor Day picnic. As families grow, our holiday parties change to accommodate the traditions of new members and younger generations.
While these adjustments are sometimes difficult because they require letting go of certain aspects of the event, overall, growing families are something to celebrate.
For all of you who equate holidays with stress, this blog is a great resource for planning seasonal parties without the panic, anxiety, and endless to-do lists. From recipes to decorations, we offer some tried and true tips to streamline the preparation process. Seasonal parties for major holidays are also a common occurrence in workplaces and include festive decorations and activities like gift exchanges. This site also has tips on how to throw a drama-free holiday work party.
Holiday parties are always a good time, regardless of the specific decorations or menu. No matter your individual situation or the perceived party disaster that may or may not occur, the primary objective of all seasonal parties is to celebrate relationships and spend time with the people in your life.