2013 is winding down and it’s time make plans for 2014 – starting with a New Year’s Eve party! And since the best place to host a party is in the warmth of your fireplace, we’re getting you into the mood with ideas for festive décor, food and fun.Festoon to Space!
On this jovial eve, colorful streamers, balloons and party favors are most definitely in order – no matter what the age of your guests. As they arrive at your front door, arm them with party hats and noise makers!Dig into the Munchies
Finger food is a great choice for a New Year’s party. Add variety by asking your guests to bring an appetizer to share, and whip up a few heavier appetizers yourself. FoodNetwork.com
has a section full of ideas for New Year’s party food, such as stuffed mushrooms and deviled eggs.Make Midnight Fun Happen!
Counting down to midnight is a time-honored tradition (no pun intended). When there are 10 seconds to go, make it memorable by popping a balloon for each second until midnight when toasts are made! Be a good host and provide both alcoholic and non-alcoholic bubbly for your guests.
Cheers to celebrating New Year’s with your family and friends! From all of us at Heat & Glo