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I wanted the party to be fun for adults and kids, so had a mix of foods and decorations that interested all ages.
The kids were able to participate in the New Year's Day toast. They loved it!
Most Touching Moment
Hubby's toast to our guests.
What People Ate
Brunch: Traditional New Year's Ham, mini quiches, mac and cheese, and fruit kabobs.
What People Drank
Champagne and sparkingly grape juice.
New Year's Day Brunch for 4 families
I wanted the event to include kids and adults.
Desserts: Chocolate fundge, Chocolate dipped marshmallows and silver/black/white chocolate candies. (Not pictured: cupcakes in a black and white damask cupcake liner).
Low budget, Many of the decorations I was able to find online such as water bottle lables, banner and cupcake sticks. The biggest expense was the chamapgne.
Party popers (homemade with tissue paper and toilet paper rolls, filled with silver hershey kisses) and sparklers