Top New Year’s Eve Party Ideas

Ring In The New Year In Style!
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Do you have plans for New Year’s Eve? It’s the perfect time to celebrate! We made it through another year! Hooray! And, it’s the start of a new year with new resolutions and new experiences to look forward to. Just in time for you to plan your big event, we’ve got our top New Year’s Eve party ideas.

In a little “throwback Tuesday/Thursday something post”, I figured I’d share some practical hostess tips that will simplify your life when planning your New Year’s Eve bash in a segment clip I did for Fox Business. Enjoy!

Here’s The Clip Where I Cover New Year’s Eve Party Ideas (Plus 3 Important Business Tips):

Important Business Lessons Learned (BONUS):

  1. You can NEVER have too much cash.
  2. Invest in the market as well as in your small business.
  3. Anticipate the market.

Bet you weren’t expecting business advise in this “Top New Year’s Eve Party Ideas” blog, but here it is – a little added bonus. I see this as being beneficial for small business owners as well as just your average “Joe”. We could all use a few financial tips, the most important one being to always have cash on hand. We need reserves for unexpected things that come up. Be ready for market fluctuations and anticipate the market. Be on top of your game and pay attention to what is going on. Be prepared by asking yourself “What if…”

And now back to what you’ve been waiting for…

3 Key Takeaways Featuring Top New Year’s Eve Party Ideas:

  1. Make it fun!
  2. Be prepared.
  3. Have a designated driver.

We are all busy, so New Year’s Eve is the perfect time to relax and unwind. Invite your family and friends over to celebrate and be sure to make it fun with a festive drink or an activity. You don’t have to overdo it. Keep it simple. Be prepared by having 2.5 all-purpose glasses per guest. It’s bound to happen…people chat, move around and lose sight of their glass. The last thing you want to do as a hostess is wash dishes during your party. One of the most important tips is to ALWAYS have a designated driver, which doesn’t so much pertain to you as the hostess, but more to your guests. It is best to plan this out ahead of time. Get the Uber app on your phone so you will have it when you need it.

Related: Last Minute New Year’s Eve Preparation!

Here’s a summary of the tips from the clip. Take them and make them your own.

5 New Year’s Eve Party Tips:

  1. Keep it Simple
  2. Limited Choice For Drinks
  3. One Really Good “House” Drink
  4. Have 2.5 Glasses For Each Guest
  5. Have Enough Napkins

Related: New Year’s Eve – How to Have a BALL No Matter What!

Big Take Away – Keep It Light And Fun!

As a hostess, you should be cognizant of the fact that your guests may be going through a difficult time, but they are not coming to your party to dwell on the negative. They want to have a good time, so no matter what, keep it light and fun! To liven it up a bit, sugar the rims of your party glasses. Take some super fine sugar and dye it a color. Add coloring to the kids’ milk and get some neon straws. Ring in the New Year with some positive energy!

Tell Us Your Favorite Tip:

Let us all learn from each other. Can you relate to these practical tips? Do tell! Give us your tips, tricks, feedback and resources in the comments below. And if you like it, please be a sweetheart and share this post?

xx – Marley

Oh, and here’s the video, which was the point of this whole blog. Find some great inexpensive tips when planning your next holiday party!

Want To See More Ideas For The Holidays?

Great! Click on some of these links below:

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How To Plan A Festive But Frugal Holiday Party!

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