5 New Year’s Eve Party Favors 

To plan the party of the year, you’ll want to send guests home with a little thoughtful something. Whether it’s breakfast for the next morning, or a sweet treat to ring in the new year, these delicious treats are ideal for stuffing goodie bags.


Splash Mixers


Send guests home with a tiny bottle to keep the party rolling through New Year’s Day. Each of these sleek white vessels contains everything but the liquor to make fancy cocktails, including a Cosmopolitan, Margarita, Mojito, Moscow Mule, and Bay St. Ginger. The matte finish on the bottles is specially designed so you can draw on it with permanent markers. Customize the bottles with guests names or festive doodles!

To buy: $30 for five 2-oz. bottles, splashmixers.com.

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Tattly Pizza Slice Temporary Tattoo


Sure, the new year often means resolutions about healthy eating…but that doesn’t mean pizza can’t figure in somehow! These adorable cartoon pizza drawings will remind guests that life’s too short to pass up a good slice every now and then. Each tattoo is printed with vegetable-based ink so it’s super non-toxic, and will last 2 to 4 days.

To buy: $5 for 2, tattly.com.

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Champagne Gummy Bears


Yes, they’re trendy, but oh so fun and festive! Each orange-gold gummy is bursting with bubbly flavor. Pack the gummies in cute little gift boxes for guests to grab on their way home.

To buy: $30 for one 4.5-pound bag, candywarehouse.com.

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Big Sur Bakery Granola


There’s nothing nicer than giving guests a little something to take home for breakfast the morning after. Baked by the beloved California-based bakery, this crisp salty-sweet mix is made from seeds and nuts, local Big Sur honey, fresh-squeezed apple juice, and dried currants.

To buy: $12, bigsurbakery.com.

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Zia Green Chile Company Roasted Red Chile


Wrap up these fiery jars in sparkly paper and tie a balloon to each for a stunner of a goody bag. This isn’t just any old hot sauce: it’s made from special New Mexican chiles known for their mild earthy spice that are harvested just once a year. A blend of lime, garlic, and salt packs tons of flavor.

To buy: $10 for one 16-ounce. bottle, ziagreenchileco.com.

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