Want to celebrate the dawning of the New Year, but don’t want to spend lots of money to do so? Check out these 10 Budget-Friendly New Year’s Eve Party Themes. It’s definitely possible to host a great celebration without a big price tag.
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Black, White And Gold-A classic, elegant theme to build a New Year’s Eve celebration around. A great way for friends and family to dress the part to ring in the start of an entirely new year.
Bright Start To The New Year-Let the bright colors run wild with this cheerful theme. Perfect for a celebration with people of all ages in attendance. You can get plates, cups, and napkins in all sorts of vibrant colors at the dollar stores. Throw in some fun, colorful headgear and noise makers and you are in business.
Disco Party-Crack out some 70s and early 80s music, hang up the disco balls and flashing lights, and get the party started. Encourage your party guests to dress up in their boogie finest and prepare to dance the night away.
Dishes Of The World-So many countries around the world identify dishes that they consider good luck to eat on New Year’s Day. Get a head start by offering a sample of each at a New Year’s Eve Party. Then send your guests home with leftovers for the next day. Incorporate activities and games that help your guests get to know the New Year’s traditions of various cultures around the world.
Glow In The Dark -Of all the New Year’s Eve Party themes, this one is a real natural. Turn down the lights and turn up the neon and glow sticks. These days you can find “glowing” everything from face paint and hair chalk to tablecloths.
New York City Celebration-Why not center your party around a city famous for having one of the biggest New Year’s Eve celebrations on the planet. A skyline backdrop and and a sparkly ball drop are sure to make the night complete.
Parisian Party-Speaking of cities known for spectacular celebrations, how about a Paris theme. Some Eiffel tower magic, chic decorations, and French bite size eats will set the mood.
Sequins And Confetti-Shimmer is definitely in. Make the most of it with a party theme that truly sparkles. Encourage your guests to add some inexpensive bling to their party wear. Glitzy without the ritzy price tag.
Soup And Games-Sometimes the most down home celebrations are the best. How about having your guests bring their favorite soup? You provide the sides and sweets. Settle in and enjoy a cozy and laughter filled evening of games.
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