Usher in a Rosy New Year!

Usher in a Rosy New Year!

These fabulous New Year’s invitations from Tiny Prints inspired us to create an entire New Years party theme.  We love the idea of ushering in a rosy new year or starting the new year wearing rose colored glasses, figuratively. Rather than gold and black glitz and glam, the softness of these invitations set the tone for an all round kinder, gentler new year.  We’ll toast to that >> Cheers! Continue Reading →

75 New Year’s Eve Party Ideas

75 New Years Eve Party Ideas

75 New Years Eve Party Ideas courtesy of Tiny Prints

As you know we are huge fans of Tiny Prints. So today when we happened upon their latest interactive featuring 75 (yes you read that correctly) 75 New Year’s Eve party ideas, we had to share.

75 New Year’s Eve Party Ideas

Courtesy of Tiny Prints

There is nothing better than getting together with friends and family to celebrate the beginning of another year. If you are planning on hosting a New Year’s Eve party this year, you may have lots of questions. What kind of decorations will you have? What types of food and drinks are you going to serve? Are you going to have a theme? If you’re stumped on any of these decisions, we’re here to help!

We have collected some of the best New Year’s Eve party ideas, food options and themes. There are glittery New Year’s Eve-themed decorations, inventive champagne cocktails, tasty bite-sized appetizers, desserts that celebrate the New Year and more. With ideas in hand, don’t forget to let everyone know about your bash with a festive New Year’s Eve party invite. Continue Reading →

9 Creative Ways to Serve Donuts this Holiday Season

8 Creative Ways to Serve Donuts This Holiday Season

9 Creative Ways to Serve Donuts this Holiday Season

This one is for you, Joe! All of us here at PartyIdeaPros LOVE donuts. So when we were challenged by a reader to come up with 5 ways to serve donuts this holiday season, it was challenge on! Personally, we would probably glitter up our donuts with red, green, blue, silver and gold edible glitters, depending on what holiday we are celebrating that day! Add or subtract edible glitter, to taste (and yes, pun intended!). Continue Reading →