How To Have An Extra Happy New Years Eve
Well, it’s officially New Year’s Eve and it’s time to celebrate with Valor! It’s time to say our goodbye’s to the year 2015 and start welcoming the new and exciting days of 2016. So, what’s the best way to ring in the new year? Well, it can be anything from spending a night out on the town with friends or enjoying a cozy night in with the whole family. No matter what you choose to do, the most important things to remember are to have a happy, fun and safe night! If you’re struggling for ideas, keep reading to find out how to have an extra happy New Years Eve this year:
No matter how you celebrate this year, make sure you do it with your nearest and dearest! If you’re looking for an exciting night out, consider gathering up your friends and heading out to find the best local places to ring in the new year. If you prefer something more low key, why not have a pyjama party with the whole family? All you’ll need is board games, cozy pyjamas, some great food and some fun movies and music to pass the time till the clock strikes twelve! Don’t forget to keep warm next to your Valor Fireplace in case the new year comes with chilly temperatures.
Prepare A Feast
If you do decide to stay in, consider hosting a potluck or making something new in the kitchen! New Years is a great night to have a massive potluck where the food lasts all night and everyone brings their favorite dish. Or if you have a smaller group, why not try a few new recipes with your significant other or family and see which dish wins!
Get In The Spirit
Last but not least, why not really get in the spirit and decorate the house for New Years Eve! If you still have your Christmas tree up, why not throw on some fun NYE decorations, balloons, tinsel etc. to really keep the fun going and to make sure you get the most out of your tree this year. You might as well also grab some fun hats, noise makers, sparklers and fun games to keep everyone excited for the strike of midnight.
Wishing you a happy and safe, New Years Eve from the Valor Fireplaces family.