This blog is updated in 2020
No need to be sad that Christmas is over.
New Year’s Eve is on its way!!!
Here are a few simple ideas that you can incorporate into your family-friendly New Year’s eve ideas year after year…
First things first.
Let’s consider how we can help others have a fabulous New Year’s.
Dandee Designs made this thoughtful New Year’s Party In a Box to give as a little surprise gift for family New Year’s eve traditions.
Two mini bottles of sparkling cider, a package of confetti, and some noisemakers all wrapped up in a cute package is sure to bless someone in your Happy Home’s world.
She even has a FREE Printable tag for you to use – go HERE to get it!
Speaking of FREE Printables…
Thirty Handmade Days has an AMAZING New Year’s Resolutions Printable to kick off your child-friendly New Year’s eve celebration.
What a great way to inspire your Happy Home’s toward goal setting and thinking positively about the year to come.
Plus, slip it into a binder and you can treasure them year after year!
Here is a similar printable from The Dating Divas for you to do on a New Year’s Eve date night with your Happy Hubby.
This thoughtful way of reflection on the year with your spouse reminds me of our New Year’s eve traditions.
How about putting together a little Family Time Capsule for a family-friendly New Year’s eve ideas at home like Kellicrowe?
All year long her family drops simple little tidbits from their everyday life into a decorated jar (ticket stubs, notes, wishbones, etc.).
At the end of the year they can look back on all the goodies and celebrate a year full of fun! This will be a great idea for a New Year party with kids.
How fun is this DIY Balloon Drop from Been There, Pinned That?! Another great idea for a New Year party with kids.
Hip Hip Hooray! has this great New Year’s Bingo Game Printable to help pass the time. If you are looking for an amazing way on how to celebrate New Year with family, this one is going to be a blast.
Since you’re staying up so late, your Happy Buddies are going to need lots of sugar to keep them going. 🙂
Here’s a delicious little activity to give your sleepy buddies a jump-start! Another great idea for a child-friendly New Year’s eve.
Edible Party Horns by Cooking with My Kid!
These simple Midnight Snacks from No Fuss Fabulous will also be a sweet little treat for your family-friendly New Year’s eve celebration.
I featured these Countdown Bags last year, but my bags look absolutely LAME-O compared to these AMAZING ones from The Idea Room.
The idea is to take some bags, fill them with an activity or treat or craft for each hour leading up to midnight. For me, this is one of the best New Year’s eve activities.
I have a great list of magical things for your bags, but maybe the ideas in this post will also help fill your bags!
Write each other a letter on New Year’s Eve and place in a jar to be opened on the next New Year’s Eve! What a fun surprise to look forward to each year. Make sure you include this in your New Year’s eve traditions.
And, finally, when all of the New Year’s Eve Fun is over and the morning dawns (a little too early!), start the New Year off right with this fun First-Meal Flapjacks from Spoonful.
Happy New Year’s Tradition-ing! 🙂