New Year’s Eve with Kids

On a night when the typical celebrations are decidedly adult—late nights, bubbling beverages, etc.—you may feel stumped on how to find the fun in the holiday with little ones in tow. Here are some tips for celebrating New Year’s Eve with kids.

Dress Up Your Decor. Balloons and streamers are a fast and inexpensive way to make a space more festive. Snowflakes left over from your Christmas decorations will look magical ringing in the new year too.

New Year's Eve with Kids Decor - Project Nurseryimages: tassel balloon | snowflakes | clock

Yummy Treats. Nothing gets kids on board faster than some yummy treats made with them in mind.

New Year's Eve with Kids Treats - Project Nurseryimages: snowman truffles, snowflake cake pops, s’mores | star pops, star cake | sugared marshmallow pops, coconut brownie pops

Special “Drinks” for Them. While the grownups may be sipping champagne, kids will feel special with a treat served in a champagne flute (plastic, of course), a special hot chocolate or just some dressed up milk.

New Year's Eve with Kids - Kids' "Drinks" - Project Nurseryimages: “champagne” | hot chocolate, milk

New Year’s Eve Props. Ring in the new year with DIY noisemakers. Raid the dress-up bin for festive hats and boas.

New Year's Eve with Kids Props - Project Nurseryimages: hat, feathers | noisemakers

However you choose to celebrate, we hope you and your families have a lovely New Year!

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