Herald the New Year with a party your guests will remember all year!
Start with a cardboard tube to create some noise this New Year’s Eve!
What a beautiful and elegant dessert table for New Year’s Eve. There are so many things “right” about this, but here are five ideas to emulate for your New Year’s party — or any party, throughout the coming year!
1. A controlled palette makes a lovely party. Usually choosing two colors that work well together — for your foods and decor — is best, which in this case is a soft pink and rose gold.
2. A dramatic backdrop really heightens the drama for the table, and thus, your entire party — so worth it. The font choice here is perfect for New Year’s Eve.
3. Lots of different treats for everyone. Different people like different things, and its always nice to have a variety of bite-sized treats to enjoy throughout the festivities.
4. Symmetry. Creating a symmetrical display, vertically and horizontally, really helps to build drama in your tablescape. This is a wonderful example both in terms of height, and from one side to another. If the tablescape is balanced, everything will look great from any angle.
Ring in the new year with this homemade noisemaker!
Here is a fun and simple craft for the whole family to make on New Year’s Eve!
This dramatic black and gold party palette works perfectly on these countdown cupcakes. Make mini cupcakes, glaze, and draw on the numbers of a clock with a tube of icing gel. Draw on the hands of a clock on a (inexpensive) circular tray, and… tick, tock! It’s a clock!
Edible glitter is a perfect decoration for treats on New Year’s Eve (or the Chinese New Year)!
These taped paper cones of (store-bought) confetti are ready for midnight!
Empty soda bottles can make colorful noisemakers for New Year’s Eve.
Dress up Oreos into these adorable chocolate New Year’s clocks!
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