Thanksgiving is in two days and if you are hosting a dinner and have just realized the little time you have to plan, never fear! The Vibe Agency is here to give you a few quick tips to add to your festive dinner.
Each year on the fourth Thursday of November, Americans celebrate Thanksgiving Day. It is a time for families, friends and relatives to gather for a grand dinner and give thanks for all of their blessings.
In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast which is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies.
Here are some last minute ideas:
Thanksgiving should reflect elegance. Show off your style by adding arts and crafts to your table. Print out these place cards and add a rustic touch by cutting slits into wine corks and wedging the place card into place.
For center pieces think autumn colors; orange, yellow, and brown. Use whatever orange vegetables or fruits you can find; pumpkins, carrots, persimmons, oranges etc. Use a basket to hold fruits and veggies then add pinecones to complete rustic look. Combine all elements and play with arrangement until you find the perfect fit for your center piece. Add pumkin colored candles into a clear candle holder and place around your center piece.
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Best wishes and a Happy Thanksgiving to all of our clients, friends and readers.
Following our previous post, ” Holiday Party? Do Not Forget Your Hard Workers This Holiday Season,” we recieved several requests for ideas under $5,000.
As I researched ideas over the weekend I found a great article to include on our blog full of small incentives and rewards for staff members.
The workforce is usually a second home for many, which also creates a family enviornment. Remind your staff that your company appreciates their hard work and dedication. Read on for more ideas in this great article:
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In a year of cutbacks and salary freezes, perhaps now more than ever, hard-working employees need to feel valued, even in small ways. Jennifer Savica, TD Bank’s vice president of event management, rewards her staff with little perks throughout the year, like taking everyone out for ice cream in the summer, treating people to their favorite drinks at Starbucks on a cold day, and occasionally allowing casual Fridays. “I try to show appreciation for my team every day by creating a true democracy—asking their opinions, including them in many of the department decisions, and empowering them to do their job,” she says.
Boston Beer Company has a gift policy that prevents employees from keeping items valued over $10 given to them by clients and event sponsors. “If someone gets something over that amount, we raffle it off to the office as a thank you,” says Kristen Smith, the company’s travel and event planner. Past items have included tickets to charity events the company has sponsored, movie screenings, and Red Sox tickets. “It’s nice to raffle these things off and make them available to anyone—and at no cost to the company,” says Smith.
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As the holidays approach us, the workforce is in a constant tug-of-war about holiday parties. With the huge layoff population, workers are feeling the pressure of more responsibilities. Employees are working harder than ever to compensate for the shortage of staff and adjusting to the work overload.
As of today, holiday parties are a concern for major corporations as they decide whether or not to discuss openly holiday party plans with the general public. Businesses are also facing decisions as to have a holiday party or not according to this article at http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33841832/ns/business-retail//.
It is important, now more than ever, to show appreciation to those who have committed to your company. Let us bring your next holiday event to life by creating a memorable party with a meaning of true holiday spirit. Allow us to remove the stress of detailed planning from your busy hectic schedule. Our team is ready to deliver satisfactory ideas with special attention to the clients needs.
Whether working on a large or small budget, let us propose alternatives to tailor your requests. We focus on sophistication and chic style on any scale to ensure professional service and outcome.
As our gift, the VIBE agency would like to offer all of our clients, friends, and readers a 10 percent discount on any event $5,000 and up.
When making memorable and meaningful holiday events, contact Valerie Bihet at 1.305.695.7798 or email@example.com and mention this promotion for 10% off any holiday event of $5,000 or more.
Stay tuned for tips for this holiday season as we post some unforgettable ideas!