How to throw the easiest New Year's Eve party ever?

Planning a party can be quite a task, especially if you’re working long hours. So how exactly does one throw an amazing party with very little effort? Here's a couple of things you could do in less than a week to have a great New Year Party

1.Have a potluck

Potluck
 
Organizing food for a party is one of the biggest tasks, but with a potluck you can get the job done in half the time and effort. Besides, everybody will take special care to cook for a potluck because it’s a good opportunity for people to show off their cooking skills. 

 

2.BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze)

BYOB
 
Getting alcohol for the party all by yourself is going to burn your pockets, so ask your friends to bring whatever alcohol they can. Although you will have to spend a little because it’s your party, stock up on a couple of beers, enough to invite your guests with. 

 

3.YouTube DJ

Youtube DJ
 
Take an hour or two off during the weekend before and make a playlist on YouTube, it’s much easier than hiring a DJ, and it’s free. All you will need is a couple of speakers which you probably have lying around the house anyway, and your all set to dance. 

 

4.Bites and nibbles 

Bites and Nibbles
You don’t have to go all out and cook exotic starters, after a couple of drinks your guests will just need something to nibble on. So pick up some nuggets, patties, chips and fries from your local supermarket which you can easily microwave or heat up on a pan. Don’t forget ketchup! 

 

5.Invite a musician

Musician
 
Remember that friend who’s always seen with a guitar? He/she is someone who will make your New Year’s Eve extra special. Now your party is complete, with a personalized concert and an amazing sing-along jam session that everyone will love. 

Want entry to the best new year party in your city? Click here

Image Credits: clgonline.org, istockphoto.com, youtube.com, heforumnewsgroup.com, penwag.org, aircongress.org

 

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How to throw the easiest New Year's Eve party ever?

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Planning a party can be quite a task, especially if you’re working long hours. So how exactly does one throw an amazing party with very little effort? Here's a couple of things you could do in less than a week to have a great New Year Party

1.Have a potluck

Potluck
 
Organizing food for a party is one of the biggest tasks, but with a potluck you can get the job done in half the time and effort. Besides, everybody will take special care to cook for a potluck because it’s a good opportunity for people to show off their cooking skills. 

 

2.BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze)

BYOB
 
Getting alcohol for the party all by yourself is going to burn your pockets, so ask your friends to bring whatever alcohol they can. Although you will have to spend a little because it’s your party, stock up on a couple of beers, enough to invite your guests with. 

 

3.YouTube DJ

Youtube DJ
 
Take an hour or two off during the weekend before and make a playlist on YouTube, it’s much easier than hiring a DJ, and it’s free. All you will need is a couple of speakers which you probably have lying around the house anyway, and your all set to dance. 

 

4.Bites and nibbles 

Bites and Nibbles
You don’t have to go all out and cook exotic starters, after a couple of drinks your guests will just need something to nibble on. So pick up some nuggets, patties, chips and fries from your local supermarket which you can easily microwave or heat up on a pan. Don’t forget ketchup! 

 

5.Invite a musician

Musician
 
Remember that friend who’s always seen with a guitar? He/she is someone who will make your New Year’s Eve extra special. Now your party is complete, with a personalized concert and an amazing sing-along jam session that everyone will love. 

Want entry to the best new year party in your city? Click here

Image Credits: clgonline.org, istockphoto.com, youtube.com, heforumnewsgroup.com, penwag.org, aircongress.org

 

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