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Ring in the New Year Party Printables

I’m happy to bring you one last holiday download for the 2010 holiday season today! Tricia at {every}nothing wonderful put together an incredible collection of New Year’s party printables, taking care of all of your entertaining needs this weekend. From invitations to labels to envelopes, from bunting to menus to signage to drink flags and more, Tricia has left no detail to chance. Designed with the intent to be highly customizable (just edit and enter your own party details), these are as equally perfect for a New Year’s Day brunch as they are for a festive New Year’s Eve soiree. (p.s. Because the text on these templates is completely customizable, you can use them for any upcoming event!)

Planning a New Year’s celebration? Download your New Year’s Eve Party in a PDF, part 1 and part 2.
(Please note: These files are a little larger than usual so please allow a few minutes to download.)

{Designs + photos by {every}nothing wonderful.}

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Friday 31st of December 2010

Thanks for these cute printables. I love the banner! By all means crash with a banner!!! Merry New Year! .-= knuckstermom's most recent blog post: Christmas Tree 2010 =-.

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Wednesday 29th of December 2010

[...] subdued but still lovely ideas from {every}nothing wonderful via The Sweetest Occassion (post includes the printable [...]


Tuesday 28th of December 2010

The color scheme is great and the design.... I LOVE IT! What a great way to end an amazing year!! thanks for sharing! .-= brancoprata's most recent blog post: Tuesday Shoes Day =-.

Tricia @ {every}nothing wonderful

Tuesday 28th of December 2010

Glad you like them Jaclyn - you can always make use them for another celebration - all the text is editable, even the date! Enjoy! .-= Tricia @ {every}nothing wonderful's most recent blog post: A Sweet Surprise =-.

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