Trying to Tackle the Holiday Party? Let Us Help!

If you’ve ever planned the company holiday party you know how much time it takes and that events don’t magically happen. Who has the time to figure out all of the details and of course the holidays have to come at year end, which is already nerve-racking! The experts at simple pleasures events will focus on all the details and create an extraordinary party for your company. That way you and your team can focus on what you need to do.

You can expect personalized attention and services that cater to your specific budget, desires, and needs. We design, plan and produce events that provide entertainment and inspiration while achieving your organizations goals.

We promise an event to remember, after all if your event isn’t a success, neither are we!

Contact us with any questions, we are happy to help: 360.909.5632

Top Ten Things To Do BESIDES SHOPPING on Black Friday!

Don’t want to brave the crowds…try our top ten things to do instead

1. Sleep in and stay in bed for a few hoursPrint once you do wake up. Nothing will make you feel as spoiled — or thankful.

turkey-omlet2. Go out for breakfast and enjoy a gloriously uncrowded restaurant, NOT filled with Black Friday shoppers. While everyone is buying discount flat-screens, you’ll be sipping mimosas or Bloody Marys and eating a delicious breakfast.

Don’t want to leave the house? Make breakfast at home; another great way to use all those delicious leftovers. Like this turkey filled omelette, find the recipe at: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/218298/turkey-filled-omelette/?internalSource=staff%20pick&referringId=17676&referringContentType=recipe%20hub&clickId=cardslot%206

3. Actually send holiday cards this year. When else are you going to have an extra morning hour (or three) to sit down and write friends and business contacts messages of holiday cheer. And because you are not at Target or Fred Meyer at 4am, you will actually feel cheerful.

holiday-cardsCheck out vistaprint for your holiday card ideas. Plus until November 29th they are running an amazing special 60% off your order, use PROMOCODE: BESTDEALS

4. Clean out your closet. Go through all of your old clothes and get rid of nothingtowearanything you haven’t worn in the last year. Make room for anything new you buy — after Black Friday, of course.

Another idea is to turn all of your hangers around to face the opposite direction. As you wear the clothing the hanger gets turned back around. Then next Black Friday you can easily see what you wear and what you don’t.

5. Perfect the post-Thanksgiving club sandwich. If you think bacon and cranberry can’t be friends, you’re about to have your mind blown. What a wonderful way to use up all those leftovers and make room in the fridge. Find this recipe at: http://www.closetcooking.com/2007/12/turkey-sandwich-with-cranberry-sauce.html

6. Rake leaves in the backyard … and then jump into the pile. Nothing like frolicking in fall foliage to make you feel 10 years old again.pie

7. Eat that leftover pie before anyone else in your family gets to it. First come, first serve.

8. Volunteer! Go out into your community and help someone else. After all, Thanksgiving is about appreciating what you have, which usually leads to recognition of how much Volunteer handsothers may be in need. Here is a list of places in Vancouver, Washington to learn how and what you could do to help. http://clarkcountyconnects.org/volunteer-opportunities

9. Watch some so-bad-they’re-good (or just plain good) holiday movies, because likely they are playing on a local TV station. Some of our favorites include, “Miracle on 34th Street,” “White Christmas,” “It’s A Wonderfulmovie-clip Life” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”.

10. Learn how to make a hot toddy and curl up with a good book, fluffy blanket, and snuggle down for the day. What a wonderful way to end Black Friday, without any craziness!hot-toddy-graphic

 

Special thanks for inspiration from
The Huffington Post.

Vote for Us for Best in Business

spe_fbmeme403x403_20162Why should you vote for Simple Pleasures Events for Best in Business?

Simple Pleasures Events, is proud to announce that in 2016, we helped raise $2.58 million for our local non-profit clients! Some of these clients include The NW Association for Blind Athletes, Must Love Dogs NW, Mt. Hood Community College Foundation, and many more. It would make us even more proud to have your vote this year for Best in Business.

The Vancouver Business Journal is now accepting nominations for Best in Business. Please take a moment and vote for Simple Pleasures Events, LLC under the Event Planning category.

http://www.vbjusa.com/best-in-business-nominations/