Xmas cocktails at home. What better time of year to enjoy the glamour of cocktails than Christmas – the time after all to “drink and be merry.”
Are you planning to invite friends over to your home for drinks over the Xmas & New Year period? Or perhaps you’d like to do a little client entertaining at your home. Either way, if you’re planning on getting a few people together – how about cocktails to add that touch of glamour? The WOW factor to your gathering, party, soiree or dinner party.
Hiring the Cocktail Shaker Boys, means you don’t have to do it yourself. Any of it. Nothing.
If you want us there to serve you a range of stunning cocktails, we can do it – the whole lot. We’ll agree a great, balanced menu with you in advance. We”ll even agree the bill with you in advance – giving you complete piece of mind. We’ll organise and supply all the drinks. We know where to source all the unusual stuff. We bring along the glasses too to ensure your cocktails look great too.
We set up, clear-up afterwards and take everything away, meaning you have nothing to do the morning after the night before (well less anyway) and no strange bottles of weird ingredients that you’ll never find a use for.
Really, what could be simpler? It means you can relax, and enjoy your evening, in the knowledge that you have a team working with you to ensure your guests are all being looked after. Furthermore, we also have connections with some excellent catering companies too so we can point you in the right direction for party food as well.
Sounds like a plan doesn’t it?
If you want to find out more about how this could work for you, please call us on 01858 898154 or simply e-mail us your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
the Cocktail Shaker Boys work across the Midlands, and this Christmas / Xmas party cocktail idea is ideally suited to anyone in Leicester, Northampton, Market Harborough, Kibworth, Oakham, Rutland, Uppingham, Melton Mowbray, Kettering, Corby, Wellingborough, Milton Keynes, Coventry or Peterborough.
originally posted 9th Oct ’14