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Table Setting for La Table Fundraiser

It was an honor to be asked to participate in a fundraising event in our town called La Table. The idea behind the event is that each table has a host or hostess that chooses his or her own theme. The host/hostess invites friends to join him or her at the table!

table setting decorations with rose medallion and lindroth designs

I was thrilled to design a table for this year’s event. This is the 9th year that La Table has been hosted by Family Promise of Athens. Family Promise is a group that includes volunteers from churches in the area who provide temporary housing for displaced families. It’s an incredibly valuable organization and one that I am so happy to help.

table linens in green blue and coral with mint plants and poppy flowers

The theme that I chose for my table was “Mint to Serve”- and I alluded to mint throughout the table decorations. My inspiration for the theme came from a gathering at The Southern C where B. Claire Events provided each person a chance to create their own floral arrangement in a mini mint julep cup. I fell in love with the mini julep cups and wanted to do something fun and pretty with them. In contrast to the mini julep cups, I borrowed an enormous silver urn to mimic the cup. The large urn was loaned to me from European Floral Design.

lady in ivory dress standing next to table top decoration

The blooming branches in the center urn and all of the cut flowers were also from European Floral Design. I described the color scheme and my ideas to Brett at EFD and she ordered the gorgeous flowers for me.

table setting with rose medallion china on gold plate with green napkin

I was able to borrow large and medium sized mint julep cups from European Floral Design to mix in and around the table. I filled the cups with all of the beautiful ranunculus, tulips, roses, and berries. I wanted there to be an explosion of colorful flowers surrounded by mint plants. I added name cards on rough-edged paper with hand-written names.

mini mint julep cup on rose medallion plate with flowers

I bought mint plants from Lowe’s and potted them in white planters from European Floral Design. Initially, I wanted about twice as many plants on the table, but I scaled it back to give us all room to have food! 🙂

mini mint julep cup on rose medallion plate with flowers

At each place setting, I used my woven rattan chargers and topped them with gold and white dinner plates. On top of the dinner plates, I used antique Rose Medallion plates (bought from Appointments at Five). I added a mini mint julep cup filled with flowers and mint leaves on top of each Rose Medallion plate.

mint julep napkin with mini julep cup and mint plant

I was also lucky enough to have Lemondaisy Designs offer to send cocktail napkins to be a part of the table top. I thought the julep cup art on each cocktail napkin was perfect! The mint leaf garnish was the perfect touch to go with the green polka dots, too!

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For table linens, I chose tablecloths and napkins from Lindroth Designs. I ordered the same pattern in 3 different colors so that I could play with the colors but keep it cohesive. I placed the green tablecloth over the round table and draped the other two tablecloths around the centerpiece.

table setting with mint plants and textiles

The flowers were the same colors as the linens…

close up of poppies roses and ranunculas in cup
roses and ranunculus in orange and peach on. blue and green tablecloth
red pink yellow poppies in vase on table

Because this was a fund-raiser, the tables were meant to be a bit over-the-top rather than traditional. The oversized centerpiece was to make a statement rather than to enjoy conversation over. That is part of the fun of this event- the tables are more extravagant than everyday life!

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This was such a joy to put together. It was also so nice to enjoy with a table full of friends and a room full of giving hearts. Wishing you all a beautiful day and hopefully some inspiration to create colorful table settings for your friends and family!

Cheers xo,

Lydia

mini champagne bottles hand painted with flamingos and pineapples for galentine's day
Let’s Flamin-GAL! A Flamingo-Inspired Galentine’s Day

This year, I am hosting a virtual Galentine’s Day celebration with all of you! I wish we could gather together in real life for a party, but this will work for now! Please consider this adorable card by Dixie Designs your Valentine card from me…

valentine card that reads we flamingo together

I am so excited to greet you with these incredible cake pops made by Pop Pedler. I can’t get over how beautiful they are. The flower details are so perfect.

cakepops made to look like flamingos

To set the mood for the party, flamin-gals directed your path for you as you arrived…

flamingos lining the sidewalk into a party

With this spritely lady busying herself right by the front door!

doorway entrance decorated with plants watermelon and flamingo

This bashful beauty welcomes you to fill your drink with choices of pink lemonade or a pink grapefruit cocktail…

flamingo bottle topper with straw on glass bottle

And, of course, sparkling water is always available…choose your glass bottle with these whimsically wonderful fondant flamingos made by Sachiko at Mimi Cafe Union

glass drink bottles with fondant flamingos on top tied with blue bow

OR, help yourself to one of these adorable hand-painted mini bottles of champagne. I ordered these just for us for our Flamingal- and Sarah T. Moore Designs painted them just like I was hoping! So cute and fun!!

hand painted mini champagne bottles with flamingos and pineapples
mini champagne bottles hand painted with flamingos and pineapples for galentine's day

I’m passing around caprese appetizers made by Courtney at Pizzazzerie...how delicious! And, that mozzarella heart on each one is the perfect touch!

caprese appetizers with mozzerrella hearts

We are serving Strawberry Grilled Chicken Avocado Spinach Salad from Cooking Classy for lunch. Dig in!

strawberry grilled chicken avacado spinach salad

For dessert (because none of us could bear to actually eat the beautiful flamingo cake pop and saved it to take home), we have chocolate cake and vanilla cake…decorated in shades of pink!

pink tulle ruffled table skirt with desserts displayed on top
pink dessert table with pink cake chocolate cake with pink roses and pink cake pops

We all like to flamingle, and so why not host a Flamin-GAL for your next Galentine’s Day theme? I think the theme adds a little sun to February – and you can re-use your decorations in the spring and summer. Not to mention, flamingo pink works perfectly for Galentine’s Day!

supper club conversation heart balloons above pink sofa
Supper Club ~ Candy Hearts and Conversation

Supper Club ideas are always fun for Valentine’s Day- and Galentine’s Day! Host your girlfriends for a fun night of conversation- and what could be a better theme than candy conversation hearts? This is the fun we put together for my daughter and her friends…

supper club conversation heart balloons above pink sofa
Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

My grandmother’s sofa, that I had recovered in hot pink fabric, served as the focal point- and the perfect place to attach conversation heart balloons. The girls love to have a place to take photos, and this turned out to be a comfy and creative photo booth.

supper club flowers on dinner table
Photo and Flowers by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

For the color scheme, I used the colors that you find in bags and boxes of Candy Conversation Hearts and added red like the lettering on the candy. I bought flowers in coordinating colors at the grocery store (Trader Joe’s, Publix, and Kroger are my go-to grocery store flowers). I used clear vases to arrange the flowers and lined them down the tables. I also used lots of candles on the tables in between the flowers. When I host parties with lots of young people, I typically only use battery-operated candles for safety reasons.

supper club conversation hearts candy on table centerpiece
Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

I sprinkled candy hearts down the middle of each table to tie in the theme- and I also ordered cookies shaped like conversation heart candy. The cookies are from Bambella Cookies, and they always exceed my expectations. Tara is so talented and so dependable.

supper club conversation hearts candy decorated cookies
Cookies by Tara of Bambella Cookies/ Photo & Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

I loved having pastels and brights mixed at this party. They complemented each other well, and it was nice to brighten up a February day and night with pops of color.

supper club conversation hearts candy valentines day flowers
Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

Because we were celebrating Galentine’s Day, I hung balloon letters that spelled out “Gal Pals” in the dining room. I used string lights to light the room and then attached the balloon letters to the cord of the lights.

supper club conversation hearts candy galentines day gal pal balloons
BTS photo and styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

My daughter has always liked gum ball machines, and so I asked Tara if she could design a gum ball machine cookie with candy hearts inside instead of gum balls. She added the cute “I Chews You” to top it off! I love how they turned out (as you will see because I couldn’t stop taking pictures of them) :).

supper club galentines day conversation candy hearts in gumball machine
Cookie by Bambella Cookies for The Party Wagon

I love it when the theme also makes a great part of the decorations!

supper club conversation hearts in pile on dinner table
Photo by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

More cookie designs from Bambella Cookies- the candy conversation heart balloon bouquets are so cute!

supper club cookies conversation hearts candy galentines day
Cookies by Bambella Cookies for The Party Wagon

I put the cookies on a layer of candy hearts to serve them…

supper club candy conversation heart cookies on top of candy
Cookies by Bambella Cookies/ Styling and Photo by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

I also ordered candy kabobs with tiny hearts on them for the girls. They were cute lollipops that I grouped together in a clear candy jar…

supper club candy conversation hearts galentines day candy pops
Candy Kabobs by Sweets Indeed / Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

These were definitely a hit- and they make perfect take-home treats!

supper club lollipops with hearts
Candy Kabobs by Sweets Indeed / Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon
supper club galentines day candy conversation hearts
Flowers and Photo by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

For other cookie designs, Bambella Cookies and I came up with cute sayings that would be fun for Galentine’s Day.

supper club galentines day candy conversation hearts decorated cookies
Cookies by Bambella Cookies/ Styling and Photo by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

For dinner, my daughter wanted to have fried chicken…and so we served fried chicken, mashed potatoes, salad, and fruit. To make it really simple, I ordered the fried chicken from Publix and put it in our oven to keep it warm.

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Flowers and Photo by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon
supper club galentines day gal pal balloon letters
Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

The girls love sparkling apple cider, and so I bought disposable champagne flutes from Hobby Lobby to use for serving. Before the party, my daughter and a friend dipped the rims of each glass in vanilla frosting and then dipped them into sprinkles. This was definitely a fun little bonus and looked so pretty and colorful.

supper club galentines day candy conversation hearts glasses with sprinkles
Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

My daughter also wanted to make and serve her Edible Cookie Dough. There was no shortage of sweets at the dessert table for this Galentine’s Day Supper Club!

supper club galentines day candy conversation hearts cookie dough
Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

In order to make the cookie dough as pretty as possible when we served it, we scooped it into printed candy cups and added a gold mini spoon tied with a ribbon.

supper club galentines day gold spoons with ribbon
Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

You can find the recipe for Camille’s Edible Cookie Dough here.

Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

Here is another look at some of the cookies made by Bambella Cookies because I just loved each one! 🙂

supper club conversation candy hearts decorated cookies
Cookies by Bambella Cookies/ Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

For decorations, I re-used the white balloon garland that I made for the Winter Supper Club and added heart balloons…

supper club conversation hearts galentines day theme balloon garland
Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

And, for party favors, I couldn’t resist the cutest Conversation Candy Heart Soaps from Sun Basil Soap… I tied bows in colors to coordinate with the party and stacked them on a cupcake stand for a pretty presentation.

supper club conversation heart soap by sun basil
Soaps by Sun Basil Soap/ Photo and Styling by Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

It was such a fun night of watching these girls enjoy themselves. Supper Clubs for teens are a joy to me- I love seeing each girl and always look forward to the next time they are all together!

supper club galentines day group
Lydia Menzies of The Party Wagon

I hope you find ideas that encourage you to host a dinner or create a Supper Club! I am happy to help if you ever have questions!

Cheers xo,

Lydia

garden party dinner celebration majolica pitcher flowers tablesetting
Garden Party Dinner Celebration Honoring Sallie Holder

An outdoor garden party and dinner is a beautiful way to celebrate a special occasion! Cheri Leavy, co-founder of The Southern C, took this candlelight garden party to the next level with all of the details and delicious food! I was honored to be a part of it!

garden party dinner celebration sallie holder flowers in vase on table

This dinner party was in honor of Sallie Holder, who is a dynamic lady that I have been fortunate to get to know through The Southern C. Sallie is a special person with a way of connecting the dots between your innate skills and your goals. As Cheri says, she helps you take flight like a butterfly.

garden party table setting with chavari chairs

Images of butterflies were used throughout the party details and added a perfect and thoughtful touch. Thankfully, Danielle Hulsey was there to photograph the party to share all of the fun of the night. She captured the night beautifully…

garden party celebrating sallie holder long table

Cheri was thoughtful to include fellow TSC members in every aspect of setting the table- from the plates by R. Wood to the napkins by Lisa Ellis. Flowers were sourced locally from Three Porch Farms.

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Butterflies were placed in discreet places around the party table- from the occasional butterfly on a chair to each glass having an edible butterfly perched on the rim.

garden party dinner celebrating sallie holder with butterfly decorations and flowers

And, the place settings were topped off with butterfly place cards handwritten with each guest’s name~ you can see them below on top of the napkins…

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Butterflies in all colors were scattered down the center of the table to continue the vibe. What a gorgeous way to incorporate a thread of a detail- it feels both subtle and straightforward at the same time.

garden party dinner celebration majolica pitcher with flowers

Cheri even decorated her bike with flowers and butterflies. It adds a sense of whimsy and light-hearted fun and makes for a great conversation piece and photo opportunity!

garden party dinner celebration with bicycle and flower basket

The guests arrived before sunset and we were able to enjoy the lovely weather and gorgeous view of the table that had been so perfectly prepared.

garden party butterfly dinner celebration wine

Cheri has wonderful helpers that were there to help keep the party running smoothly. Maggie Jordan and Becca Gemes were so attentive and helpful. Don’t you love their matching lavender aprons? Another TSC member, Libbie Summers, designed these classic and stylish aprons. The aprons offer a polished and cohesive look which I love!

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garden party dinner celebration long table being set by helper
garden party dinner celebration becca the wouthern c

Below is the hostess and the guest of honor! Cheri and Sallie had a second to take it all in before everyone was seated around the fabulous table.

garden party dinner party honoring sallie with cheri hosting

While Becca and Maggie (and Cheri’s husband, Vance) were taking care of all of the finishing touches, we were all invited inside for cocktails and appetizers.

garden party dinner celebration appetizer charcuterie grazing board

It was such a nice way to have a chance to chat with everyone and to catch up with those that we don’t get to see often enough.

garden party dinner celebration amanda eldridge lydia menzies sallie holder
garden party dinner celebration guests lisa kitty jenny
garden party dinner charcuterie board gather
garden party dinner celebration guests lacy apryl
garden party guests with cheri leavy
garden party dinner celebration appetizers

As the sun set and the candles were lit, Cheri and Vance were ready to serve a fabulous dinner catered by Peter Dale of The National.

garden party dinner celebration cheri leavy

I can honestly tell you, it doesn’t get much better than being served dinner prepared by Peter Dale! 🙂 The meal was served family style and added to the warmth and family-feel of the group gathered around the table.

garden party dinner celebration candlelight

There was lots of chatter and lots of laughter around the table. Cheri is an impeccable hostess who knows how to create a community of sharing and interacting.

garden party night dinner celebration candlelight

Cheri so kindly honored Sallie Holder for her talents and time (Sallie spent the day offering classes on business building) and then took the time to have each of us connect around the table.

garden party dinner celebration sallie holder table dog

It was such a beautiful party filled with meaning and motivation- so reflective of the host and the guest of honor!

garden party dinner celebration guests at table with candlelight

The delicious meal was capped off with a stunning cake created by a local Athenian, Emilee Hain of Keelime Culinary. Cheri entrusted me with this part of the night, and I was honored to be in charge of dessert! 🙂

garden party dinner celebration cake with flowers and butterflies

Emilee is an incredible chef and baker and has made many cakes for me. I ordered caramel cake with a lavender buttercream frosting, and I am pretty sure we all would have happily had seconds and thirds!

garden party flower and butterfly cake

It was delicious! Emilee covered the cake in food-safe flowers, and I added butterflies flitting around it.

garden party dinner celebration dessert lavender cake with flowers

The photo below sums up the feel of the entire night. Cheers to a beautiful gathering full of thoughtfulness, creativity, delight, and warmth. It was a perfect way to celebrate a special moment!

garden party dinner celebration toast with wine

I am grateful to be a part of The Southern C and a friend of Sallie Holder. I highly recommend both and I am always happy to chat further if you have questions for me about either!

Cheers xo,

Lydia

supper club soup containers by loralee lewis
Winter Supper Club ~ Our Very First One

The idea for our very first Supper Club came to us soon after we moved into our new house. We moved in to our home on Dec. 23 and still had so much to do to get it like we wanted it. We let our wish to be in by Christmas override the fact that not everything was “complete”. But, all of the essentials were in place…and so we moved in with about 2 months of work left to do. Because we still had so much to finish, we only moved in our necessary furniture and waited to bring in the rest. That meant our house was a little bit empty! 🙂 Empty rooms made me think that it would be a great time to have a party! And so, our Supper Club was born…

supper club winter theme for teens decorated cookies

By this time, it was the beginning of January. My daughter and I decided a winter theme would be appropriate and pretty easy to pull together. We also knew we wanted to serve something warm and that we would not be able to make the food ourselves because our range had not even arrived. 🙂 I tell you that so that you know that I fully believe in not stressing about everything being absolutely perfect before you host parties.

supper club soup containers by loralee lewis

We put a temporary stove in our kitchen until ours came in, and so I ordered 2 types of soup from Zoe’s and platters of sandwiches from Chicken Salad Chick. The soups we chose were Chicken and Orzo and Tomato Basil. For the sandwiches, we chose 3 varieties. I kept the soup warm on the stove, and then we transferred it to the customized containers from Loralee Lewis. We had around 20 girls for Supper Club, and so having paper plates and soup containers worked well for it. Loralee designed dinner plates and dessert plates to coordinate with the soup containers that I requested.

supper club soup containers from loralee lewis

If you look really closely, you can see Loralee’s special touch…notice how she put the words to the song “What a Wonderful World” in a circle on the inside portion of the plate. She thinks of everything. Just for fun, Loralee also included labels for the cups that read, “Just Sippin’ Pretty with my Girls”.

supper club drink cup labels sippin pretty

Next, we decided on how to decorate to make the party feel wintry but welcoming. Because we had not moved our dining room table in yet, I set up folding tables in our vacant dining room. I rented gold Chavari chairs for seating and used my white tablecloths to cover the tables.

supper club table with white balloon garland centerpiece

For table centerpieces, we made white balloon garlands and then added fairy lights through the garland.

supper club tablesetting in white with gold chavari chairs

I loved having the balloon garlands with lights- it gave off just enough pretty light and had a perfect glow to it. You could also add different colored lights for a different effect.

supper club table setting with white balloon garland and lights

We also added balloon garlands around the fireplace and doors. The best part about the decorations was that the girls came over early to help! Some came over the day before Supper Club and some came a couple of hours before- it was the biggest help and made it all even more fun!

supper club girls helping decorate the fireplace

I had this vision of lighting clear balls with battery lights and hanging them inside of the fireplace to mimic the feel of a fire. The girls went right to work on it and made it look so cute and pretty. We added a furry rug in front of the fireplace so that they could sit if they wanted (remember we had not moved in all of our furniture). It was a great spot for them to take photos and to just hang out.

supper club fireplace with clear ornaments with lights and balloon garland
supper-club-fireplace with lights and ornaments

For dessert, we served winter-themed cookies. Macarons from Mac Lab were so cute! I custom-ordered snowmen faces on them, and we loved how they turned out! We also had hot chocolate to go with the cookies.

supper club winter snowman macarons

I also ordered cookies from Bambella Cookies that coordinated with the paper designs by Loralee. The cookies were so pretty and perfect that it made it hard to eat them.

supper club decorated cookies with mittens

I asked one of the girls to help me display the macarons on a plate of sprinkles, and this is how she did it- isn’t that so pretty and creative? I love the unique way that she placed them on the platter!

supper club snowman macarons in triangle
supper club snowman macarons on plates

The timeframe for each Supper Club is an hour and a half. I like to schedule them for 6:30-8:00. Occasionally we adjust that time, but it has proven to be a convenient time for most everyone. We host them as often as possible, and we typically host about 6 times during the school year.

supper club girls at dinner table

We have tried different ways of arranging the seating- sometimes the girls draw numbers and sit at the table that matches that number. One time we had place cards at each seat…that was everyone’s least favorite seating arrangement. 🙂

supper club girls at dinner table together

The photo below makes me laugh that we had a ladder in the background! We definitely didn’t let a little construction stop us from getting everyone together and having fun!

supper club girls at table 3

I like to have an activity for the girls or something unique at each Supper Club. For this first one, we had a white mug for everyone and made Sharpie mugs. The idea was to make their own hot chocolate mug to be able to keep and enjoy at home. I found most of the white mugs at Target…

supper club shelves with white mugs

I had a large supply of Sharpie Paint Pens and the girls could create their own designs. After they finished, I saved them to put in the oven and let set. I did the oven part of the activity the next day and my daughter delivered them when they were ready. I followed these directions for Sharpie Paint Pen Mugs. These girls have some impressive artistic skills…

supper club sharpie paint pen mugs

We had such a wonderful time at our first Supper Club that it became a tradition to get this group together as often as possible. I have shared more Supper Club parties that we have hosted throughout my blog. Check out the different themes and ideas- and I hope you find one that inspires you to get a group together for a meal and lots of fun!

supper club cookie decorated with a winter mitten

Cheers xo,

Lydia

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Quick & Easy New Year’s Eve Party Ideas
new year's eve party ideas disco ball decorations hanging from chandelier with ribbon

Starting fresh in a new year always feels exciting and worth celebrating, right? There is something special about the end of one moment in time and the immediate beginning of something all new. Although I love a big party, I also love quick and easy ideas to mark a special occasion! Here are some of my favorite quick and easy New Year’s Eve party ideas that I enjoy putting together for my family…

easy disco ball decorations for new years eve chandelier decoration

Set the scene with disco ball ornaments. This is an easy New Year’s Eve party idea that can also be used for other parties (such as dance party ideas and pop-star party ideas) or re-used from year to year. The ornaments shown differ in size and have mirrored glass around them-but sequined versions are lighter and may be easier to find. Either way, they are festive and fun!

easy new years eve party ideas with disco ball chandelier

Group them together for impact and hang them from a chandelier with your choice of ribbon. Simply tie each individual ornament with a measured amount of ribbon so that the disco balls hang where you would like for them to hang (being sure not to go too low and risk being bumped constantly). The color of ribbon can coordinate with your party colors or you can opt for a monochromatic look and hang with silver or white ribbon.

new years eve party ideas disco ball chandelier with ribbon

New Year’s Eve Party Food Ideas

It is always fun to add a little sparkle everywhere on New Year’s Eve, and the drink and food ideas for your party are no exception! 🙂 When you are ready to pour the bubbly for your guests, treat them to a star-shaped cookie decorating the glass…

easy new years eve party ideas star cookie on champagne glass

To keep this New Year’s Eve party idea easy, only decorate the points of the star cookies. This also keeps it from being too sweet with the champagne. I used a sugar cookie recipe from Jenny Cookies, a dot of frosting on each tip, and a pink pearl sprinkle. The small star cookie cutter has been in my collection for awhile and so I don’t remember where I found it. If the sugar cookie is too large for the champagne flute, lay the cookie flat on top of the glass instead. Your guests will still love the thought!

new years eve party ideas star cookies on champagne glasses

If you are like I am and often have kids (or teens) around on New Year’s Eve, remember to have some kid-friendly items to serve as you celebrate the new year. This party idea is a hit throughout the year and works well for birthday parties and celebrations, too! It is so easy but so fun! Buy your favorite mini doughnuts and stack them on a cake stand. Add party hat picks to the doughnuts in random places and you are all ready to serve!

easy new years eve party ideas doughnuts with party hats and disco balls

Another of my favorite party ideas for easy kids’ party food is dipped pretzel rods. We name these “Sparklers” at New Year’s Eve parties- in honor of the only fireworks my parents would let us use as kids! 🙂

easy new years eve party ideas pretzel sparklers

See below for a quick video of how I make them…

I hope these simple, quick New Year’s Eve party ideas are helpful for making your celebrations a little more fun! If you are looking for a few more ideas to add to your list, see this disco party for more!

new year's eve disco ball drinks with blue straws

And, I wish you the best in the coming year!

Cheers xo,

Lydia