You spent the entire holiday season party hopping, and now that January has arrived you’re in withdrawal. The good news is, you don’t need a good reason to host a fun gathering with family, friends and colleagues, so keep the party going in the new year.
Chances are, you’re not the only one with a little free time on your hands now that the holidays are over, so your invite is sure to be well-received. Make your event even more fun by using one of these excuses to get everyone together.
Post-Holiday Catch Up
Most everyone is crazy busy during the holidays, so now it’s time to check-in and trade gossip. From stories about your friend’s spirited in-laws to tales of a colleague’s child’s first Christmas, everyone has a story to tell about their holiday, so make an event of it. Stock up on appetizers and plenty of alcohol, because this party could last awhile!
Apology for Missing a Holiday Party
Whether you missed the office Christmas party or a friend’s annual holiday fête, nothing shows your sincere regrets better than hosting an apology party. Keep your holiday décor up for the occasion or don’t — it’s up to you — but do go out of your way to serve high-quality food and cocktails sure to please your guests. For an added touch, give each attendee a small gift to display your sincere regret for not making it to the first one.
Beat the Winter Blues
Going from a steady stream of holiday invites to an empty calendar can be a relief for about a day, but you’re a people person at heart. If you feel a case of the winter blues coming on, you’re certainly not alone, so there’s your justification for hosting a party. Boost the spirits of fellow social butterflies by giving everyone a reason to brave the freezing NYC weather and have some fun!
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