Easy And Simple DIY New Years Eve Party Decoration Ideas On A Budget 28
Easy And Simple DIY New Years Eve Party Decoration Ideas On A Budget 28

45 Easy And Simple DIY New Years Eve Party Decoration Ideas On A Budget

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Throwing a New Year’s Eve party can be a blast – but the fun doesn’t have to stop after January 1st. How about hosting a Chinese New Year party too? It’s a great way to get your friend together again and celebrate the New Year, but with a little Asian flare.

Chinese New Year starts this Monday, January 23rd and runs until February 6th. This makes the date for a Chinese New Year shindig very flexible…and if you are of the “party hard” mindset (like me), you can certainly prolong your celebration and turn it into a multiple day event!

A Red Envelope Invitation
It is a customary Chinese tradition for people to give each other decorative red envelopes, called Hong Bao, filled with money. These envelopes symbolize the giver’s intentions of good luck for the recipient. They are even thought to ward off evil spirits.

You can repurpose the Hong Bao envelopes as invitations for your event. Hong Bao envelopes are usually found at your local Asian supermarket during this time of year. To make your invites stand out even more, you can include a crisp dollar bill inside as a nice surprise for your invited guests. But make sure to use only crisp, new money as worn out money is not good luck.

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