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Happy New Year

The holiday season may be winding down, but we know the celebration continues a few weeks into the New Year. Planning a last minute celebration? Here are some fun ideas to incorporate into your celebration.

 

The "make your own" bar will be a big trend in 2017. Start off the New Year with a champagne bar with all the ingriedents to make it truly unique. 

The "make your own" bar will be a big trend in 2017. Start off the New Year with a champagne bar with all the ingriedents to make it truly unique. 

Bring back some of the classic games you have sitting in your garage.  Put a more modern spin on Jenga by writing activities or actions on each block like "take a sip of each players cocktail" or "play Truth or Dare with the person to your right."

Bring back some of the classic games you have sitting in your garage.  Put a more modern spin on Jenga by writing activities or actions on each block like "take a sip of each players cocktail" or "play Truth or Dare with the person to your right."

We love this Spanish tradition; eat twelve grapes when the clock strikes midnight and you will have a year of prosperity. Put twelve grapes on a skewer and soak in white wine overnight, freeze and then roll in some sugar. Hand out just before midnight and to ensure a prosperous and sweet New Year!

We love this Spanish tradition; eat twelve grapes when the clock strikes midnight and you will have a year of prosperity. Put twelve grapes on a skewer and soak in white wine overnight, freeze and then roll in some sugar. Hand out just before midnight and to ensure a prosperous and sweet New Year!

Create a time capsule and ask guests to bring something to include. Keep in a "safe" place and open in 1, 5 or 10 years and see what has changed! 

Create a time capsule and ask guests to bring something to include. Keep in a "safe" place and open in 1, 5 or 10 years and see what has changed!