New Year’s Eve Decor
Planning for New Year’s Eve can be stressful—where to go, what to wear, and whom to kiss—but if you are the host of this year’s champagne bubbly–infused soiree, you likely have a lot more on your gold-glittered plate. Don’t worry: we have the festive decor taken care of.
Fringed garlands are a huge trend right now. With a pack of tissue paper and a little bit of string and glue, you can have a dazzling backdrop in minutes. For a “Happy New Year” banner, go simple.
Sparkling Lights and Candles
A sprinkling of sparkling lights and candles always helps to set the mood at a party. Add some glitz and glam to your champagne bottles to double as a wow-worthy centerpiece.
Delicious Dessert Recipe
Champagne glasses can be dressed up with a bit of sparkle; a quick snip of ribbon glued around the base of the glass brings special to spectacular! Serving trays can be painted with chalkboard paint and doubled as labels for the food.
Lovely Tablescape for a Dinner Party
Your tablescape can reflect a silver gold and black theme of your buffet just by using some glittered wrapping paper, a quick runner, and a white tablecloth. Dramatic, and cheap! Plus you don’t have to worry about washing errant spills out of glittered cloth.
You really don’t have to spend a lot to create an elegant New Year’s atmosphere – just be creative with the pieces you have!