A retirement party gives thanks to the many years a person has worked for a company therefore all the good and dedication of the person should be celebrated.
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Retirement Party Songs
Create a retirement party play list with songs from the time period the person began working and/or related to their taste in music.
Gag gifts are a common and fun thing to give out as retirement party favors.
Playing games at the retirement party can make the party more fun. Some ideas for retirement party games include poker and pictionary.
Have a few coworkers give speeches about the retiring person. The person retiring might also want to give a speech.
Create a festive atmosphere using retirement party decorations in the guest of honor’s favorite colors and/or the company colors.
Be sure to send out the invitations to coworkers currently working with the person retired as well as relevant close family members. You might even want to invite some old coworkers.
Hang banners that say things like “Happy Retirement” and “Good Luck.”
Cake is a common retirement party food, especially if it is just a small office party. For something more fancy consider dining at restaurant that serves cuisine the retiring person enjoys.
Retirement Party Balloons
Get a few balloons to honor the occasion of the retirement party and add to the décor.
You might consider combining the retirement party theme with themes related to the retiring person’s interests and/or what they plan to do in their retirement.
Often retirement parties are hosted at the office on the person’s last day of work, but they could also be hosted at a house or restaurant.
Choose retirement party colors based on the retiring person’s favorite colors, the company colors, or the additional theme you choose for the party. First and foremost, a retirement party should be planned by someone who knows the retiree well. Knowing the guest of honor's likes and dislikes is vital to successful planning.
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