Christmas time is when families and friends get together to celebrate the festive season. It is a time when we are expected to be happy and for most of us, well, we are. Being single at Christmas, whether young or old, is not all bad but some of us like to think that at this time of year when couples seem closer than ever we would like to find love. Where do we find a partner at Christmas? Some of us meet our future boyfriend or girlfriend at the office party, while some of us can testify that the office party was the beggining of the end for our present relationship therefore it is not always the best place to search for love as the alcohol is flowing and good sense goes out of the window. Lets take a look at a few suggestions as to how we may find a partner at Christmas.
Christmas with Friendship Travel
This singles Christmas break arranged through Friendship Travel will suit singletons of all ages that are into luxury plus would like to stay in a 4 star hotel in Newbury in Berkshire. The party begins on Christmas Eve and goes through to Friday 27th December in specially booked function rooms that are set side for singles only. Singles who enjoy good food, drinks plus the company of many types of single people will love this seasonal singleton themed break.
Christmas Eve is when the fun begins with welcoming drinks, a meal then a disco so plenty of opportunity to talk to other singles getting to know who is there for the Christmas stay. The fun continues on Christmas Day with all the usual fare you would expect on the 25th, while Boxing day guests can join in games, take a walk to the pub or make use of the superb on site spa facilities. This Singles Christmas event has run for nine years now very successfully, while the cost, to say it is the Christmas season, is really reasonable.
Why not take a look at what is on offer at this singles event arranged through Friendship Travel. Even if you don't find romance you may make lasting friendships and at least enjoy the festive season with other people looking for the same thing.
Throw a Party
If going away at Christmas isn't for you but you would still like to find a partner then why not take the bull by the horns and throw a Christmas party! There is plenty of time to organise a party in the lead up to Christmas so how should you go about it? Why not rope in a friend to help you with the planning as two heads are better than one plus you could throw a joint party making organisation even easier.
First decide on a date for your party, it needs to be in December of course for people to be in the Christmas party spirit. Choose a venue, if your home is large enough that's great. Even a small intimate party can be a huge success. Think about decorations or if you want your party to have a theme. List food you would like to have. A cold buffet is simple enough to prepare especially if you haven't much experience in the kitchen. Buy in the booze, push the boat out and prepare cocktail choices for the ladies or ask guests to bring a bottle.
You can send out invitations by word of mouth, text or phone call plus ask your friends or mates to bring along single friends. Party games are always a great ice breaker to get people circulating too. Throwing a party is a good way to meet new people and even if it doesn't end with a date you will have had a great time therefore have nothing to lose!