The holidays are a time for partying and mingling with your colleagues to end the year. A company holiday party is a great way to celebrate the successes and milestones of the past year and to take a break from the demands of the job. 
When you are planning a corporate or company holiday festivity, you need to make sure that the event is something your employees will look forward to and that will show your appreciation for their hard work.  
Use the tips below to plan a company holiday party that everyone will be talking about for years to come. 
1. Make the best use of your budget:
Your priorities should be understanding the budget and knowing what the main expenses should be. While also keeping your budget in mind, be resourceful and creative with your decor, food, and entertainment expenses. One of the best uses for your budget will be finding the perfect banquet hall in Orange County to throw your party. 
2. Entertainment is key:
The best way to ensure a successful and fun event is to provide enough entertainment to get your colleagues to mingle with one another. A DJ is an excellent choice if you are looking for background music or if you want your colleagues to get out on the dance floor and hit it. You can request a particular genre of music, or let the DJ use his music skills to liven things up. If you are hosting an outstanding event, a live band is a great way to provide the kind of dynamic entertainment that ignites the room with energy. 
3. Pick a perfect Event Venue in Orange County
The main thing you want to focus on is an engaging and beautiful venue. The event's surroundings can make the party and create a memorable experience for everyone. Lyon Air Museum for example, a 30,000-foot event venue in Orange County, is a unique place where your guests can mingle, dine, dance, and socialize in the historical milieu of the rarest aircraft and vehicles in the world. Your event will leave them talking for years to come. 
4. Pick a different theme:
Although the focus of the party will be "holiday," you don't have to stick with a Christmas theme. Be creative and add some different elements to your holiday festivities. Some theme alternatives could be   
a Great Gatsby theme, with flapper dresses and champagne
a theme from a different time, say the 1950's, 1970's, 1980's--whatever
a talent-show for your colleagues to display their hidden talents
your own Winter Wonderland created with fake snow and tinsel icicles so everyone can pretend it’s cold in Orange County in the winter
No matter what your budget or theme is, you can provide a spectacular party for your employees to let them know their hard work is recognized and appreciated. By following the tips above, you can ensure that your holiday party is the event of the year.