Still looking for ways to get your party on this next week? I am. I’ve decided that sitting in bed for a whole month doesn’t mean we shouldn’t have a zinger of a New Year’s and I have been on the hunt for great ideas.
I’ve found so many great simple New Year’s Eve Party ideas, I thought I would go ahead and share a few of them with you!
These projects are so simple that you still have time to pull all of them together before next week and really make your event shine!
I am slightly in love with glitter and gold. I love this simple glitter garland from Olive and Manna.
And I would love to have these pretty DIY glittered vases from Apple Brides casting a pretty glow around the room.
I am super tempted to make one of these fun DIY glitter lanterns from Oh Happy Day to hang over the table.
You can’t miss the fun DIY New Year’s Eve party hats and favors over at The 36th Avenue.
They go so well with her chalkboard style New Year’s printables.
These printable New Year’s Eve party hats from Ellinee are awesome.
And if you’re looking to dress it up a little, I love these DIY glitter shoes from We Are Not Martha.
I might pair them with this fun DIY disco ball New Year’s ring from Nest of Posies.
We always have a bunch of appetizers and play games, but I love the idea of these New Year’s Eve ball drop cupcakes from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen for the kids.
And I love the idea of sending guests home with a “midnight snack.” Love this little package from Fiskars.
You can check out more of my New Year’s finds over on my New Year’s Pinterest Board.
Do you have any New Year’s Eve traditions?
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Sara @ CleverPinkPirate.com says
These are too cute, we don’t really have traditions beyond fireworks and noshing all night on goodies. Maybe we should start some!
Sara, I don’t know that we have any very strict traditions. I do a little decorating, but with three boys no one really cares! I do put a lot of time into party hats, horns and appetizers though. They are still into that kind of stuff. Hope you’re having a great holiday. xoxo, Tauni