How I Threw a New Years Eve Washington DC Party (Ezine Ready)

I decided to throw a party this year for New Years Eve Washington DC and even though it took a lot of work and planning it turned out to be amazing!


The first thing I had to do was make a list of people to invite to my washington d.c. new years eve party. My husband and I are fortunate enough to live in a huge loft in downtown DC and have plenty of room so the list was rather large. We figured not everyone would show up, and if they did they’d probably just stop in for a few drinks and then move on to the next party.


After I sent out the invitations I went to a local party store to stock up on some New Years Eve Washington DC festive items like party hats, confetti, plates and decorations for the loft to make it look like a New Year’s Eve party.


The next thing I had to do was stock up on liquor and hire some bartenders. To have a good new year’s washington d.c. party you must have plenty of champagne on hand as well as other drinks and liqueurs. After that came the food. Most New Year’s Eve parties I’ve attended have chips, salsa, guacamole and veggie and cheese platters. Never run out of food or alcohol. Also, have good background music. Most likely you won’t be able hear it over the din of the voices, so jazz is always a safe bet.


But the most important thing you have to worry about on New Years Eve Washington DC is guests leaving your place having to drive drunk because they have no designated driver. Not only can they be in grave danger, but also as the host you can be liable for letting them leave in that state. Buy some blow-up mattresses for people who are literally passed out, and for everyone else that has no safe way to get home call them a taxi, pay in advance for the cab with a credit card, physically put them in it, and ask them to reimburse you at a later date. You can never be too careful.




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