Celebrate the New Year with some of these festive ideas!
Will you be celebrating the New Year with a big party? Whether you’re throwing a NYE party this year or just attending one, we have over 25+ New Year’s Eve party foods and favors that are sure to make the night sparkle. If you’re looking for more New Year’s Eve party ideas on what to wear, decorations and other ideas to make your night festive and fun, check out these additional New Year’s Eve party ideas. Have fun, be safe and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
1. Fortune Cookie treat bag with free printable | NoBiggie
2. New Year’s Eve Clocks with free printable | NoBiggie
3. Salty Sweet Corn Puffs | NoBiggie
4. Cranberry Jalapeno Salsa Cream Cheese Dip | NoBiggie
5. Blue cheese mushroom crostini | NoBiggie
6. Beet Salad on a stick | NoBiggie
7. Disco Truffles for New Year’s Eve | Sugar Hero
8. Cream Cheese Olive Penguins | Zoom Yummy
9. Midnight kisses New Year’s Eve Party Favors | Even Mine
10. Sparkling Jello Jigglers | Bubbly Nature Creations
11. Shrimp taco bites | I Wash… You Dry
12. Bringing a little Sparkle in 2016! party favor with free printables | Botanical Paperworks
13. Berries and cones | Kara’s Party Ideas
14. Ring in the New Year printables | I Heart Naptime
15. Mason jar cheese tasting tray | The Country Chic Cottage
16. Have a… SPARKLING New Year! party favor with free printable | The 36th Avenue
17. Prosciutto wrapped asparagus | Irena Macri
18. Easy New Years Snack Mix | Sports Mom Survival Guide
19. Cherries dipped in white chocolate | Simple Provisions
20. S’mores dipped in edible gold sprinkles | Elizabeth Anne Design
21. Cookies and milk New Years family tradition | Hodge Podge Craft
22. Sparkling mini parfaits | Home is Where the Boat Is
23. Caesar salad on a stick | NoBiggie
24. Tuxedo confetti poppers party favor | Kristi Murphy
25. Chili-lime shrimp and guacamole tostadas | KQED Food
26. Slow cooker raspberry balsamic meatballs | The Food Charlatan
Looking for a fun way to show your New Year’s spirit? Check out this easy New Year’s Eve DIY Decor.
What are your New Year’s traditions?