Party Recap

I wanted the party to be fun for adults and kids, so had a mix of foods and decorations that interested all ages.


Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Desserts: Chocolate fundge, Chocolate dipped marshmallows and silver/black/white chocolate candies. (Not pictured: cupcakes in a black and white damask cupcake liner).

  • Budget

    Low budget, Many of the decorations I was able to find online such as water bottle lables, banner and cupcake sticks. The biggest expense was the chamapgne.

  • Party Favors

    Party popers (homemade with tissue paper and toilet paper rolls, filled with silver hershey kisses) and sparklers

  • Best Moment

    The kids were able to participate in the New Year's Day toast. They loved it!

  • What People Ate

    Brunch: Traditional New Year's Ham, mini quiches, mac and cheese, and fruit kabobs.

  • What People Drank

    Champagne and sparkingly grape juice.

  • New Year's Day Brunch for 4 families

    I wanted the event to include kids and adults.

  • Most Touching Moment

    Hubby's toast to our guests.



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    Jennifer S wrote:

    Printable can be found here: http://funfavorsbydulce.blogspot.com/2010/12/how-are-you-clebrating-new-years-eve.html

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    Jennifer S wrote:

    Super easy to make water bottle lables, found the template online for free!