The New Year is almost here, which means that many of us are planning and preparing for New Year’s Eve parties. And if you’re anything like me, you want your party to be memorable and affordable. Throwing a great New Year’s Eve party on a shoe string budget is very doable. Plus, who doesn’t want to to start the New Year with some extra cash in their pocket?
With that said, here are seven ways you can host a fun New Year’s Eve party on a budget.
Fall is that glorious time of year when we welcome back many of our favorite television shows from their summer hiatus. After months of waiting (which is even harder now in our binge-watching world), the season premiere episode is one you do not want to miss. Especially considering so many shows end their season on a cliffhanger to leave you wanting more. Instead of watching the show all by your lonesome, while all your friends also watch it at their respective homes, why not host a theme premiere party? It will save you a lot of texting back and forth with your friends and can be creative without being expensive.
The annual fin frenzy is about to begin. For 27 years the Discovery Channel has been going to great depths to uncover the world of sharks. Shark Week has become a cultural phenomenon and one that deserves a party. And ...
Love them or hate them, everyone knows that reality television star Kim Kardashian and rapper Kanye West (a.k.a. Kimye) recently wed in a lavish European wedding, estimated to have broke the bank at $2.8 million. It is a safe bet that your wedding budget is signficantly lower than that, but that does not mean that you cannot steal some of their ideas for your big day -- and at a much lower cost.
My kids’ birthdays are eight weeks apart. In order to save time and money, for the past few years, I’ve been combining their special days into one party for family and friends. Fortunately, even though they are three years apart, they have the same interests, so choosing a theme has been fairly easy. This year, it’s Angry Birds.
This approach may not work in your situation. However, if you’re looking to throw a party without splurging, there are many ways for guests to have a fun time without overspending. Here are some tips to keep your party within budget.
With Cinco de Mayo right around the corner, this is a great time to invite over all of your amigos for a fun fiesta! Unfortunately, playing host can sometimes cost mucho dinero. Fear not! If you keep these five tips in mind, you will be well on your way to planning a frugal fiesta and no one will know that you didn’t spend your whole paycheck doing it.
If you are currently planning a wedding you are probably thinking about your future wedding favors. They are the little pieces of your wedding that everyone takes home to remember what a great time they had.
Spring is all about new life, and if you're welcoming a bundle of joy into your life this season, no doubt you've noticed it can get pretty pricey. I've scoured the web for the best, current deals to help you ...
From proms to graduations, Mother's Day, and more, May is full of celebrations. Two big events early on in the month are Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby; here are some deals to save you money however you're celebrating ...
The Super Bowl is almost here and that means just one thing: time to start planning a killer party! Even if you're not the biggest football fan on the block, I think we can all agree that everyone can enjoy a good old fashioned Super Bowl party. The best part about hosting one? The entertainment aspect is already decided and is usually free (or a cable bill your husband already has covered)! Super Bowl parties are a casual, fast and easy way to hang with your pals and enjoy the big game, and if you're looking for a little help on how to get started, I'm happy to help!
It's the most wonderful time of the year, right? Not so for millions of Americans who dread some part of the holidays according to a new poll from the Consumer Reports National Research Center. Sixteen percent don't like having to be nice to people, 37 percent dread the thought of going further into debt and 15 percent don't like attending holiday parties or events. We're here to help get you through the holiday parties without breaking the bank. You may still have to be nice to people though.