How to Decorate For A Chinese New Year Party-2013 Year of the Snake
Come celebrate Chinese New Year with us! Allow the countdown to begin. Chinese New Year begins on February 10, 2013! 2013 is the year of the Snake!
For Chinese New Year Snake decorations take a look at the 2013 Year of the Snake Cutout and the 2013 Year of the Snake Danglers. We also have an Asian Art-Tissue Dragon, a Jointed Dragon, and a Jointed Foil Dragon.
Asian Invitations and Seals
Invite your guests to your Chinese New Year party with the Asian Invitations and Seals. You’ll receive eight invitations per package. Each invitation comes with envelopes, and seals. The invitations measure four inches tall by six inches wide. They are great to mail away, or you can hand them out to your friends and loved ones.
Red Pocket Money Envelopes
One tradition of the Chinese New Year is the Red Envelope. The red color of the envelope symbolizes good luck and is supposed to ward off evil spirits. Use the Red Pocket Money Envelopes as a way to give the gift of money. You can give a small sum of money or a large sum of money. You’ll want to place an amount of money in the envelope that ends with an even digit as these are believed to be lucky numbers.
Decorate Your Tables for the Chinese New Year
Lay the Oriental Tablecover across your tables. Drink from the Oriental Hot/Cold Cups, and eat from the Oriental Dinner Plates, and the Oriental Dessert Plates. Use the Printed Asian Table Runner in the center of your tables. You can also use the Chinese Centerpiece too. You can use the Chinatown Takeout Pail as a party favor. Have one of these cute pails at each of your guest place settings and fill them with goodies. You’ll also want to take a look at the Wooden
Chopsticks too! You can use the Wooden Chopsticks as an added decoration, or you can use them to eat. Place some Asian Coasters thr
Asian Hanging Decorations
Hang the Asian Streamer, Chinese Lion Whirls, the Dragon Whirls, or the Asian Cascade Hanging Column from the ceiling, and hang the Chinese Cultural Cutouts on any wall or door. You can also hang the Oriental Cutouts too! Take a look at the Asian Insta-View. This instantly provides the scene of your party. It is as though you are looking out a window at the Great Wall of China. It is made of a thin plastic material and you can hang it on your wall with double sided tape or thumbtacks.
Chinese Paper Lanterns
Add some red to your ceilings with the Chinese Paper Lanterns. We have them in three different sizes. The smallest size measures eight inches, the next size measures twelve inches, and the largest size measures sixteen inches. You can hang these Chinese Lanterns from your ceiling for the decorative bright red, gold, and yellow colors. We also have Decorated Chinese Lanterns. These are made of paper with string tassels. It is an accordion style lantern with an Asian flower design. You’ll receive one red lantern, and one yellow lantern per package.
Putting It All Together
Now that we've shown you what we have to offer with our Chinese New Year Party decorations, hopefully there is something that will catch your eye. From the Red Pocket Money Envelopes to the Chinatown Takeout Pail. We have a variety of Chinese New Year party decorations and accessories to make this year 2013-the year of the snake-a huge success!