How to Throw a New Year's Eve Party at the Last Minute

by Claire Thomas


Hosting a dinner party can be an overwhelming affair—especially on the most anticipated date on everyone's calendar. As the host, you have to ensure that everyone is well fed, comfortable, and most importantly—that no one runs out of booze. Cue dinner menu planning, decorating schemes, trips to the liquor store, and a to-do list that never seems to get any shorter as the big night approaches.

But hosting doesn't need to be anxiety-inducing. By being well prepared and having the right support system, you can effortlessly throw a night to remember. After all, a relaxed host sets the tone for the evening.

While you're icing your champagne and making your party mix for that fête you've decided to host this year, let the memories of stress and chaos from hosting previous parties become auld lang syne. Here are some of the dos and don'ts that we've learned from hosting on New Year's Eve.

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