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bubbblymarshmallow asked:

22 Nov 2010

More help with the New Years party PLEASE?! :)

LOL im so sorry , i keep posting quesions just to do with this new years party, but its because i dont know who else to ask, and it seems like the people here are far much more help than the ones i ask in real life haha.

anyways, what foods/drinks do you guys think would be good to have at the party?

what decorations should i get?

should i PROVIDE alchohol, using my own money? or should it be like a BYOB party? (byob = bring your own booze)



megatron says:

Posted on 22 Nov 2010

I'd say BYOB because some people may not like the type of alcohol you purchase :3

and for food, I'm unsure with what you should bring because I don't particularly like food and don't know what types of food would be appropriate for a New Year's party -..-

Good luck, though(:


sena95 says:

Posted on 22 Nov 2010

Make it both .. get your alcohol and make ppl bring there own booze in case they didnt like the one you are givin ... and for the food part .. bring pizzas ... burgars .. french fries ... hot dogs ... cakes .... jelly's ...juices ..chocolate muffins ... okay hope i helped


cassie_girl1321 says:

Posted on 22 Nov 2010

For the drinks/alcohol, i would definitly say BYOB. It gives you're guests the choice of what they want to drink for the night, not having to settle for something that they might not like. For the food, i would say fingerfoods like pigs in a blanket, chips, maybe a salad bar. Keep the portions small. give you're guests something to eat especially if they're planning on drinking but not enough to make them sick. Hope that helps!


xxx_baby_sparkle_xxx says:

Posted on 22 Nov 2010

I'd say both because they can bring the type of alcohol they like because they might not like the type you bring and for the food i think there should be french fries, cakes, juice, pizza, burger, salad, crisps. make them small so they don't eat a lot and do sick xXx


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2010

yeah it won't hurt to buy a bottle or two yourself but have your guest bring some of their own, as well. Pizza, Pasta, chicken fingers, kebabs, tacos, cakes and other sweets... the usual party fare will do. Oh, and a chocolate fountain for your buffet table centerpiece will be a nice touch.

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