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13 Fun New Year’S Party Ideas

by Tatiana Plesco
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New Year’s is the last and also the largest night of the year, that’s why you need to take your gathering to the next level! Haven’t thought about some NYE cool thoughts yet? Don’t worry — filling a few joyful balloons and adding glitter on the top of the bottle of champagne gets the job done! This scenario has to cost a fortune, right? Well, not essentially. With a few money-saving ideas up your sleeve, you can host a great New Year’s gathering on a budget that people will be talking about for a long time to come. From foodstuff to refreshments, to games, you can cut prices everywhere without sacrificing any of the fun! And if your New Year’s resolution is to save cash, this is a great place to start.

  • 1-Bite the Bag

This fun gathering game is Hilarious! It is played the opposite of the old-style limbo game. Players place their hands behind their backs and take turns reaching down to choice up a brown paper sack with not anything but their mouth. After every round, you cut off or fold down another inch or so from the shopping bag.

I had to contain this Bite the bag how-to video because, well, it’s just funny.

  • 2-Have a Midnight Supper

After the middle of the night toast, close the bar and invite everyone to take part in a midnight evening meal. A baked potato bar is easy, fun, and cheap. Bake the biggest vegetables you can find, and follow with dessert!

Put vegetables in the oven at 400 degrees at around 10:30 pm. They should be complete in about an hour.

Set out as numerous toppings as you like: sour cream, bacon bits, cut scallions, salsa, shredded cheese, jalapenos, chives, steamed broccoli, butter, burgeons, chili, and anything else you’d like. Let everyone fix their own vegetable, as loaded as they want.

For dessert, serve chocolate cake from a combination of white icing and colored sprinkles. Serve with ice cream and a little hot fudge pulp.

Be certain to provide coffee with dessert for the drive home.

This menu will cost about $2 per person, which is very reasonable for a hearty evening meal. If you want to expand more, make a cheesecake instead for a rich finish to your meal.

  • 3-Remember That Timing Is The whole thing

Since you want to keep the gathering hopping until and perhaps well past the midnight hour, think through starting around 10 pm. But if you favor starting much earlier, have the potato bar prepared at around 10 pm so guests don’t go hungry.

If your group wants to spend 5 to 6 hours together, idea on having a full-scale potluck early in the evening. You can miss the appetizers in this case but still prepare your midnight evening meal.

  • 4-Ask Guests to Bring an Unusual Noisemaker

Have the craziest noisemaker contest and be certain of new growth video! Replay each person with their noisemaker for the crowd and vote on who successes. Provide a prize to the victor, such as earmuffs. Then, get everyone together for the big midnight countdown and make your own symphony of a racket, clatter, and boom.

  • 5- “Hire” a Professional photographer

Ask one guest to serve as the “official” professional photographer to take before and after photos, or do it yourself. As visitors arrive, invite them to pose with one person seated and the other standing next to a chair like an old-time picture – no smiling allowed. You could provide old-fashioned hats, and maybe a wrap or scarf for props.

Later, take “after a middle of the night” photos of your guests in their holiday gathering outfits showing off their noisemakers. Post all the pictures online to share.

  • 6-Ask Visitors to Write Predictions for the New Year

Have your visitors sign their predictions and place them into a bowl or a box. Then, during the evening meal, take turns reading the predictions while everyone guesses who wrote them. It can be amazing how difficult it is to guess your friends’ estimates – and it’s a great method to wrap up the night!

  • 7-Hang Handmade Paper Snowflakes from the Ceiling

White printer paper snowflakes in varying extents, plain or accented with silver or clear glitter, can be hung from not the same lengths of thread or ribbon for a festive effect. You can even scatter some over a table for easy furnishings. If you glitter them, recall that less is more.

  • 8-Make It a BYOA Affair – Bring Your Own Appetizer

Phone your invitees and notify them that it’s a BYOA event. There are a number of inexpensive and easy appetizers that your visitors can bring, but if someone doesn’t know how to cook or what to bring, propose raw veggies and hummus, a fruit and nut dish, or a cheese and crackers plate. If someone claims that even those are too difficult, ask them to bring a container or 2 of mixed nuts – you can provide the bowl!

  • 9-Serve Champagne Sangria for Midnight Toasting

This is an easy and delicious method to cut down on champagne costs that will be appreciated by all! To make champagne sangria, simply use these elements and follow the instructions below:


  1. One 32-ounce bottle of apple fluid
  2. One 12-ounce can of frozen cranberry fluid concentrate
  3. One cup of orange fluid
  4. One-and-a-half liters of sparkling wine or ginger ale for a non-alcoholic version


  1. Keep items ice-cold (or frozen) until use.
  2. Combine the apple fluid, cranberry juice concentrate, and orange fluid in a large bowl. Stir well.
  3. Add sliced oranges, kiwi slices, and any other ovary you like.
  4. Slowly add the bubbly or ginger ale at the last minute to keep it bubbly.
  5. This recipe serves 12, but you might want to double up for thirsty visitors!
  • 10-Set Out All the Candles You Own

Set out every candle you can find in your house, and think through buying an inexpensive bag of votives, which can be put into glasses, canning jars, or even apples.

You can also find cheap votive holders at the dollar store. You can frost them by simply expanding glue and Epsom salts. Mix regular white school glue with H2O (three parts glue mixed with one part water) and paint the mixture onto the sides of the votive holder. Then, roll it in a serving dish full of Epsom salts from the grocery store. Once it dries, you’ll have a sparkling ice-covered votive holder! Place these wherever you want to add a little glamor; they appearance especially nice place atop a mirror or in front of one.

Have a blast at your New Year’s gathering, but remember, no matter what, never allow anybody to drive home impaired! Not only do you want to keep your companions safe, but as a host, you could be legally liable for their drunk driving. These are known as “communal host” laws, and many states have them.

To protect everybody, have a sober person drive intoxicated friends home, call a cab, or take their solutions and let them sleep at your place. A simple bacon, eggs, and coffee mealtime will be fine for these overnight guests.

  • 11-Hang Lengths of Curled Band for an Iconic New Year’s Eve

Curling ribbon is very easy, but it’s appearances great everywhere. Try to find the wider change, about a half-inch thick. You can hang it from light fixtures, doorways, lamps, mantels, even on the bathroom glass. Scatter a few curls between plates on your midnight buffet as well.

  • 12-Use Metallic and Glittered Christmas Ornaments

Glittery Christmas ornaments appearance wonderful in a bowl as a centerpiece. You can also hang plain decoration balls from a light fixture over a table using varying distances of ribbon in your theme colors. They also appearance nice hung in front of a mirror.

  • 13-Rubber Chicken

In this game, one person must go to the center of the room and work together with a rubber chicken in any method they want to try and elicit laughs from everyone else. They can converse with it, dance with it, cry on its shoulder, whatsoever they can think of. Anything can be used in place of a neoprene chicken, such as a stuffed animal, but the neoprene chicken is the funniest. They have 1 minute to effort and make at least one person laugh. The first person who laughs must take their try with the rubber chicken.

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