In my family, a big amount of crepes batter would usually be made, and there would be a choice of savoury (ham, grated cheese, tomato slices, fried eggs - usually cooked on the crepes - etc.) and sweet toppings (chocolate spread, jams, sugar, caramel sauce) on the table.
There is also the tradition that each of the guests should try and flip a crepe. The way you do it is by holding a coin (gold, preferably) in your writing hand and hold the crepes pan in your other hand. Flip the crepe in the air and if it falls back perfectly on its other side in the pan, it will bring prosperity to you and your family for the year. Or in our case, it would mostly bring laughter for the rest of the evening when staring at a crepe that had gotten stuck on the ceiling (the result of some powerful crepe flipping).