4. Glitter Balloons
Nothing says party like some amazing balloons, and these glitter balloons will have you rethinking every party from here on out. Simply made by inflating, then painting with modge podge and sprinkling with confetti or glitter, they may be a little messy to create but the effect is dazzling. Glitter on New Year’s is a must!
Check out how easy it is over at SistersSuitcaseBlog.com.
5. Go Rose Gold
If you’re into dinner parties, why not pick an entire theme to deck out your decor? This year, Rose Gold is still a main contender when it comes to jewelry and party decor and using a theme is an easy way to bring a cohesive feel to your shindig. Like the party above, you can pair rose gold with other metallics and clear dinnerware easily. A tablescape is a super easy DIY way to incorporate decor that is also functional.
Check out Holidappy.com for 5 more New Year’s Eve party themes, as well as menu ideas!
6. DIY New Year’s Eve Champagne Bar
Like a lovely tablescape, a DIY Champagne Bar is another super simple way to incorporate decor and function to your night. Set you night up for ease by preloading with champagne, juices, glasses and other items like fruit and liqueurs. Top with a glittery garland or banner or add some greenery like the cart above and you’ve got some understated yet classy decor.
See more shots of this festive cart at FreutCake.com.