Great Ideas For New Year's Eve Celebration At Home
Many people like to celebrate new year's eve by attending a party or going out to drink. However, this New Year's Eve, you might stay home and have your own party. Planning a party can sometimes be a headache. And the list goes on! However, the great thing about a low-key new Year's party is that there are no dress codes to consider, no expensive outfits to buy (unless you want to!), and no fancy decorations to shop for (well…maybe still some shopping). So if you really want to enjoy the company of your friends and family this new year, then read on, I've got some great ideas for you!
Virtual Vision Board Party Using Pinterest
Whether you're the one hosting a party or creating your vision board online, this party is a great way to get yourself excited and motivated for setting goals for the new year! Bring over your scrapbooks and magazines, or set out some poster boards (affordable at any craft store) and markers & let everyone make vision boards. Make sure to have a playlist on hand with music to get in the party mood. Don't forget, when your done making your vision board you can upload it to pinterst.com and share it with the world!
You can also create digital boards using tools like Canva or Pinterest. No paper, cutting, or glue is necessary! You can gather with family and or friends via zoom and spend time creating and sharing together!
Tea Party In-Door Glamping
Skip the cold outdoors and enjoy glamping in the warmth and comfort of your home! If you have a tent, that's a wonderful structure to start with. However, it's not necessary! Check out these in-home glamping inspirations. Set up your living room like a gorgeous glamping site with blankets, pillows, Christmas lights, and Dwell Tea Co. teas! Pair any of our teas with a themed charcuterie board! Make it more fun by adding games.
Photo by: Rebecka G. Sendroiu
Pasta Making Party with Your Favorite Era Films
This pasta-making party is super fun and easy. You can make it a DIY activity for your guests by getting the ingredients and tools from your local grocery store! Here's a tutorial called "The Best Homemade Pasta You'll Ever Eat" by Jody Duits. She'll teach you how to make it yourself at home with some of your favorite friends. Why not try making it yourself in the comfort of your own home? This way, you have total control over the ingredients used to make it! You can create a pasta bar where you can make different variations. Make your night even more fun by adding wine or watching an era movie; for example, watch the best films from the '80s!
Tea-Bartender and Dessert Party:
Tea is a beautiful thing. It's so amazing, diverse that when you put it together with something else, there are no boundaries. Invite people over and have them bring a delicious dessert while you provide a variety of our Dwell Tea Co. teas! Encourage everyone to get creative and make a tea inspired cocktail. For example, try this simple and fun tea-cocktail created by Eric Sullivan, creator of MomE Planner, using Wait-a-Mint! After, everyone can vote for their favorite drink and the winner gets a prize. It's a fun way to bring in the new year with laughter, love and libations.
If you're trying to make your party interesting and fun this new year, then these will be great ideas for you! I hope that one of them will inspire your own party. And if you have any other ideas for good low-key parties let us know below!