The holidays are a time filled with joy and reunions, with most of our families all gathering in one place the stress levels do tend to jump just a tad. This year we will see many scrambling to the stores at the very last minute attempting to gather supplies and throw what they hope is a mediocre party at best. The fact is, it doesn’t have to be this way, well not if you’re doing it alone.
Introducing the CEO of Kimberly Bakker Events; Kimberly Bakker, one of the country’s most sought-after event planners, needless to say, she knows a thing or two about event-planning. To aid you in reducing some of that holiday stress, we’ve asked Kimberly Bakker to provide us with some of her best Holiday party-planning tips.
Don’t’ Forget You’re Part of The Event
We often get trapped in the endless routine of making sure that everyone has a drink in their hand and that the table snacks are not running low. Kimberly Bakker recommends taking a step back and simply be a part of the event, after all, your family came to spend the holidays to be with you, so be a gracious host and give them your time.
Introduce A Personal Family Heirloom
Kimberly Bakker is well known for this detail in her events, often she utilizes her grandmother’s tea sets and fine silverware in order to bring e layer of hospitality to her client’s events. Therefore it is no surprise that Kimberly Bakker suggests introducing a family heirloom to your event. The item or photo album can remind everyone why family and the holidays are so important. Get More Information Here.
Don’t Be Afraid To Ask For Help
We often want to do things ourselves, however, Kimberly Bakker states that much of the stress surrounding holiday events is unnecessary. Simple tasks such as placing out the baked goods on the table or setting up the music can easily be delegated to others within your family.