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Party Planning for Weddings, Christmas and New Year Holidays

Updated on November 5, 2013

Chili for Your Party

Keep a party simple with one bowl dishes. Cook up a pot of Chipotle Chicken for a great holiday dish. A pot of your favorite Chilli meal can be stirred up from cans but it is fun to make from scratch. Leave out the meaty all together and make a pot of Vegetarian Chilli. Make whatever pleases your crowd; add a few chips or a little cheese and you will have a nice meal you can share with a lot of people, fun meal for football games, movies or just sitting around the fire. Amazing what you can do with a little Chilli powder, tomatoes, and beans. Chilli dishes are a labor of love place onions peppers ground beef maybe turkey, garlic and any other taste you like and enjoy.

Party Planning Weddings and Holidays

Planning your holiday party is a matter of style the way you decorate your table is your signature.make a decision upon a buffet setting or a sit down dinner. Your holiday dinner planning can be as easy as you want it to be. You can use paper or silverware for your standard party needs.Your Christmas Party can be as simple or as elegant as you like . Plan your party the way you want. With as much flare as you desire.

When planning your party make sure to plan for extra silverware, and have lots of napkins available. Do not put all of the silverware out at once if your are having a buffet, but keep it in reserve. Be sure to have extra trays of food, refill as needed and show care with watching your beverage and desert area of your buffet. if you use buffet style, set a separate table for your desserts.

If you do not have servers and use the buffet style provide a place for dishes and trash. but a wait staff to come in and serve is not very expensive and your party will go so much smoother and you can direct everything if you like. Your local restaurant or a reputable agency can recommend someone to help you. Enjoy the Holiday Season.


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    • GojiJuiceGoodness profile image

      GojiJuiceGoodness 7 years ago from Roanoke, Virginia

      Great tips. My sister-in-law & I just finished planning our family Thanksgiving dinner--I'm excited about our family time together & hope we have an awesome part!

      Great hub! Thanks for sharing. :)