New Year and Parties

Everybody loves a good party.   As a host; I find it most important to start the planning with a simple question:  “Do I want to decide the budget or the scope?”  once that question is answered, we can go ahead and splurge on the little items that make a celebration memorable and keep things simple and a manageable guest list.

A good and comprehensive budget is always key to parties.  Event millionaire extravaganzas have budgets that need to be met.

For most of us, parties involve a lot of creativity and little money.

A New Year party almost always involves some time of glittery decor and a count down.  Most importantly, you want to make sure you have plenty of time to share and celebrate with your guests and friends.  YOU are the most important item in a party.  A good host that smiles, has time to mingle and does not smell like onions works like a charm 😉

Here, I am sharing some of my favorite vignettes of ideas to create AMAZING New Year parties (or any glamorous affair) that are fun, glitzy and affordable.

8-ideas-for-celebrating-new-years-eve-with-kidsNew Year's Eve Confetti Straws via homework | carolynshomework.com

Drink out of countdown champagne flutes. | 21 Ways To Make This New Year's Eve So Much Better

 

confetti ballons.

 

this would work with any number, but I particularly love the black and whiteDIY glittered decoupage cake stand and table settings by Sugar & Cloth

the style letters: Blog About Town

small bathroomscrystal bowl with floating candles

. Inspired: Gold backdrop .

LOVE the balloons tacked to the wall! Bubbly background

 

 

 

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