How To Host A Progressive Party + More New Year’s Eve Party Ideas

One of the most fun parties I’ve ever hosted was a New Year’s Eve Progressive Dinner Party. It was such a fun way to ring in the new year for everyone. So much fun, in fact, that I highly recommend that you gather your friends and start planning now. You can still pull this off for New Year’s Eve!

Our progressive dinner party was made of four courses at four houses: appetizers, soup and salad, dinner and dessert. And we rang in the New Year at the dessert house. The beauty of the progressive party is that each host only had one part of the dinner party to consider, then we moved on to the next house. Did I mention, so much fun?! 

How To Host a Progressive Party

How to Host a Progressive Party

I love throwing a progressive dinner party so much that I wrote a post about how to host a progressive dinner party over on the Healthy Essentials website. Fun right? So pop on over and check out my tips for making your New Year’s Eve progressive party a success.

Oh and by the way, we include kids in all of our New Year’s Eve parties — including our progressive party, they loved it too!

More New Year’s Eve Party Ideas

Add a little extra sparkle and shine to your progressive party with these New Year’s Eve printables. Better yet, pass one of each of these ideas along to your fellow progressive party hosts so that each host can add some fun flair to their part of the party too!

Free New Years Eve Photo Booth Props
Free Printable New Year’s Eve Photo Booth Props by Kristen Duke Photography

New Years Eve Countdown Bags
New Year’s Eve Countdown Goodie Bags by Hoosier Homemade

10 Free New Year's Eve Printables
10 Free New Year’s Eve Printables from The Suburban Mom

DIY NEw Years Eve Confetti Popper
DIY New Year’s Eve Confetti Poppers (with free printable template) by Wedding Bells

Free New Years Eve Sparkler Favor Printable
New Year’s Eve Sparklers Favor Printable by Sweetly Chic Events

Happy New Year!

Thank you to Johnson & Johnson for inviting me to contribute to its blog.

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