Business party with a plan
Missy Green has enjoyed throwing a good party for as long as she can remember. Today, she helps others find what they want for any special occasion, whether it’s a birthday, wedding or a corporate luncheon.
“People are my passion,” Green said. “I love what I do.”
Green’s business, Parties to Remember, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Parties to Remember caters to private and corporate events, and has recently coordinated events for the Compaq Computers Convention and American Public Works Convention in Reno.
Holiday Party Planning Tips by Missy Green
The holiday season, be it with family, friends, co-workers or business associates, is a time for celebration. Traditions are important when planning a holiday party. Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or any other holiday, it would be nice to share some special traditions for your guests to learn about and enjoy.
Dates and times are crucial when planning a holiday or company party. In general, Friday and Saturday nights are the first to be booked. If you are considering having your party, outside your home, at a country club, hotel or a private room in a restaurant, book early.
Parties To Remember: Top 10 Tips for Planning Your Memorable Event
- Budget: Have a realistic budget and stick with it
- Decide on the date, time and place (time of year, indoors or outside, afternoon or evening) All will affect many other choices and therefore should be decided as early as possible.