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How to Throw a Bangin’ New Year’s Eve Bash

Written by Megan Stulberg

Whoever first uttered “It’s the most wonderful time of the year” regarding December like it was some sort of concrete fact was seriously overreaching (read that in a Mr.Bates-à-la-Freaky-Friday voice, please). Phrases really need to be updated to be 21st century-relevant. In reality, it’s the most stressful time of the year. The easiest way to survive the holidays is eat well and drink copiously. But to create a more in-depth how-to guide, I’ve collaborated with Melissa Andre, an events coordinator and creative director who is divided between Los Angeles and Toronto just like myself. Twiiiiins!

New Year’s Eve is the best part about the holiday season because it’s a night that everybody celebrates, but there is never any real pressure surrounding it. Plus, it’s a week after Christmas so there’s just enough time to wind down from that. So when done right, it really can be quite fantastic. Here are some tips on how to throw a killer New Year’s Eve party. If your party still sucks, then consider it out of my hands.

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If you’re worried that your guests might not have a good time, trust me: free booze will help. Have some fun with it and set up a self-serve drink cart with an assortment of hard liquors, mixers, glasses, paper or glass straws and drink stirrers. Crack out champagne in personalized flutes at countdown for a real crowd-pleaser. It’s also wise to provide finger food that pairs well with bubbly, such as fresh strawberries or mini chocolate cupcakes.

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Whoever first uttered “It’s the most wonderful time of the year” regarding December like it was some sort of concrete fact was seriously overreaching (read that in a Mr.Bates-à-la-Freaky-Friday voice, please). Phrases really need to be updated to be 21st century-relevant. In reality, it’s the most stressful time of the year. The easiest way to survive the holidays is eat well and drink copiously. But to create a more in-depth how-to guide, I’ve collaborated with Melissa Andre, an events coordinator and creative director who is divided between Los Angeles and Toronto just like myself. Twiiiiins!

New Year’s Eve is the best part about the holiday season because it’s a night that everybody celebrates, but there is never any real pressure surrounding it. Plus, it’s a week after Christmas so there’s just enough time to wind down from that. So when done right, it really can be quite fantastic. Here are some tips on how to throw a killer New Year’s Eve party. If your party still sucks, then consider it out of my hands.

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Supply provisions

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If you’re worried that your guests might not have a good time, trust me: free booze will help. Have some fun with it and set up a self-serve drink cart with an assortment of hard liquors, mixers, glasses, paper or glass straws and drink stirrers. Crack out champagne in personalized flutes at countdown for a real crowd-pleaser. It’s also wise to provide finger food that pairs well with bubbly, such as fresh strawberries or mini chocolate cupcakes.

Megan Stulberg megstulberg@gmail.com Author Megan Stulberg is a Toronto-based writer, illustrator and social strategist, but is currently living in Los Angeles, so her bio is off to a confusing start accordingly. She is the co-founder of Vegan Girlfriend ( @vegangirlfriend), a recipe blog dedicated to exposing how easy living a plant-based, cruelty-free lifestyle can be. When she isn't working she can usually be found crashing a spin class, cuddling her dog, trying to save the world, getting tattooed or nursing a sugar hangover. 29Secrets

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Megan Stulberg

Megan Stulberg is a Toronto-based writer, illustrator and social strategist, but is currently living in Los Angeles, so her bio is off to a confusing start accordingly. She is the co-founder of Vegan Girlfriend ( @vegangirlfriend), a recipe blog dedicated to exposing how easy living a plant-based, cruelty-free lifestyle can be. When she isn't working she can usually be found crashing a spin class, cuddling her dog, trying to save the world, getting tattooed or nursing a sugar hangover.

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