Chinese New Year and Tet
Chinese New Year and Tet Cards, Gifts, and Party Supplies
Celebrate Chinese New Year or Tet (Vietnamese New Year) with our fun selection of party invitations, favors, decorations, and gifts. Lion dancers, dragons, lanterns, red lucky money envelopes and special zodiac designs for each year are available. Whether you are having a Chinese New Year party or looking for ways of sharing this fun holiday with your child's class, we have everything you need to ring in the Lunar New Year.
Drums beat, cymbals clang, lion dancers snake through a forest of red lanterns as thousands of fire crackers light up the sky – these are images that come to mind when we think about Chinese New Year or the Tet, the Vietnamese New Year. Asian families and families who adopt from China and Vietnam look forward all year to enjoying the festivities of Chinese New Year and Tet. Chinese New Year and Tet celebrations are an important way for adoptive families to keep their children’s heritage for them. Mandy’s Moon proudly offers a large selection of Chinese New Year and Tet personalized address labels, invitations, thank you note cards, favor bags, t shirts, zodiac and Christmas ornaments, magnets, mugs and decorative signs. Invite friends and family to join in the festivities of a Chinese New Year or Tet party with personalized invitations and thank you note cards with the following themes: dragon, lion dancer, lucky bamboo, Asian panda, peach blossom, and cartoon family. For Christmas, kids love hanging our fire breathing dragon ornament on their tree - personalized with a cartoon kid resembling them, a name and year. Chinese zodiac ornaments are great way to remember the sign each family member was born under. Chinese New Year, Tet and Zodiac mugs make great hostess gifts for Chinese New Year parties. Arrive at a Chinese New Year or Tet party wearing a Chinese Zodiac t shirt and you will be sure to be the hit of the party! Kids love receiving Lion dancer or Chinese zodiac party favor bags filled with candy and nuts as well as red envelopes filled with money for New Year. We also have Korean New Year cards.