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Ring in the New Year with the whole gang! These Family New Year’s Eve Party Ideas are great for partiers of all ages!
You’re probably getting last minute prep for Christmas (me too, actually)! But in the blogger world, lives are on fast forward. So, naturally, it’s all New Year’s Eve up in here!
I had a few great ideas for a family fun New Year’s Eve bash and wanted to share them with you in time for you to add them to your own family New Year’s Eve festivities. I don’t know about you, but I’ve gotta feeling 2016 is gonna rock. And, all in all, this year wasn’t so bad either.
So, let’s celebrate all that was, and all that will be with a family New Year’s Eve party! What better way then with kid-friendly confetti everything?!?
No, don’t worry, I’m not busting out the glitter. (If I ever suggest that, just go ahead and ship me off. I’ve gone nutso.) Nope, this year, confetti got edible and way easier to clean up (thanks, Molly the dog), with Fruity Pebbles, by Post!
First, let’s chat up food, ‘cuz at the end of the day, we aren’t going to make merry without full bellies! I’ve created this wonder for kids to feast their little hearts out on – Fruity Pebbles Crispy Treats with Marshmallow Fluff Icing. Say what? I know…. Marshmallow Fluff Icing!
I tried to put the bowl in the sink after making the icing to keep myself from licking the bowl. It worked about as well for me as throwing the cake in the trash can did for Miranda. #youwinsomeyoulosesome
Be sure to get the recipe for this fun treat at the end of the post.
Some other fun family New Year’s Eve activities?
My boys loved decorating snow flakes with Fruity Pebbles.
Here’s an easy printable you can download, then use glue and Fruity Pebbles to create unique snowflakes. If you have really little ones, you can make your own edible paste. It’s super-easy.
Another idea? A photo booth is always good times!
Put up a simple backdrop (I used tacky poster tape to secure it to the wall without permanent damage), then put out photo booth props and let the kids go wild.
Endless good times and keepsakes to boost.
Lastly, if you really wanna see the kids faces light up, give the kids confetti poppers to when the clock starts midnight (or whatever time works for you)! You can fill empty cake push-pops with Fruity Pebbles then let the colorful cereal rain down. If you’re like me, this is an outside activity. Delight the kids, feed the birds, all is well.
Happy New Year (and Merry Christmas!),