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Looking for New Year’s Eve party ideas for kids? You’ve come to the right place. Kids will love this Noon Years Eve party to kick off the celebrations!
Staying up until midnight is a fluke thing that only happens every few years. I think in the last 4 years I’ve made it to midnight once or twice.
With 2 kids my sleep is so precious. One of my boys is still occasionally up in the middle of the night, and let’s be real, there is no sleeping in on the weekend for parents.
So instead of doing some big fancy New Year’s Eve celebration, we opted to do a Noon Year’s Eve party and let me tell you, the kids loved it, I loved it, and we were all snug in our beds before the bell tolled midnight.
Noon Year’s Eve Party Decor
You don’t have to go too crazy to get a fun display for the party.
This New Year’s Eve party for kids is so much fun and pretty easy to create with some paper fans, banners, and some free printables.
I used my Silhouette Cameo cutting machine to cut out the Noon year’s Eve words and attached them to a paper fan.
You can can create some unique cupcake toppers by cutting out the year and attaching it to some fabric washi tape attached to a straw.
Noon Year’s Eve Party Decorations Sources:
- Party Fans from My Mind’s Eye – Here are a few sets available on Amazon Prime: Gold Set 1, Gold Set 2, Black Set
- “Kiss me at midnight” banner from Target (snag one on Amazon)
- Tissue paper bunting from Target (this one on amazon is so cute!)
- Plates from Target
- Pop Fizz Clink wine bag from Target
- Signs and bottle label from Elva M Design Studio
- Washi tape from Lemony Stitch
Free Noon Year’s Eve Party Printables
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