How To Throw A Last Minute New Year's Eve Bash for Under $100











 You don't have to break the bank to bring in 2015. If you've decided last minute to throw a get together you can do it under $100 and your guests will love it.




Invites $0
Use either Facebook or Paperless Post, you can keep track of RSVPs and save on postage or phone calls.



Decor $ 30
Deals, Family Dollar and your local Dollar Store have excellent disposable plates and decor. Go for candles instead of flowers, lighting is always super effective.  Take your Christmas decorations and place them in a vase, quick fast way to take down your tree and enjoy your ornaments still.


Food  $40
Go glam but go on sale. First off, see what's in your pantry, old bread, make some crostini, bacon, make some candied bacon. Then head to your local supermarket and see what's on sale. For example, ground turkey is super cheap this week, make some Swedish meatballs. Also, hit up the frozen fruit and veggie section. A bag of frozen corn mixed with some chopped onions and peppers makes for an amazing corn salsa.  Buy a bag of salad through some craisins  head to the bakery section for mini  croissants,  spread some warm Nutella on them and you are good. The frozen fruit  we'll use for our signature drink.



Beverage $30
Boxed wine is no longer the putrid get drunk juice of your college years. Now you can have an affordable and flavorful cocktail without the stigma. Create a sangria using boxed wine and frozen fruit. Your guest will bring the bubbly if you suggest BYOB in the invite.