Over the past several years, we’ve taken in a few extra roommates. They are junior sized, pretty cute and are often full of demands and requests.
Needless to say, the days of partying to midnight are long behind us. Instead, our New Year’s Eve festivities involve getting together with other couples with similar aged “party crashers”, as my husband lovingly calls them, and living it up to about 9pm!
So if you are staying home this year, set up an easy New Year’s Eve cocktail bar with disposable champagne toasting flutes and “midnight” snacks for all…
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diy new year’s eve cocktail bar
Regardless of the age of your partygoers, every New Year’s Eve party need a designated beverage and snack station. This is how I created an easy and festive New Year’s Eve cocktail bar with gold and glittery party decorations.
What I used to create a New Year’s Eve cocktail bar!
– Black and Gold metallic stars
– Goldtone crowns
– Spider web hanging fans
– Champagne glasses
– Gold glitter picture frame cutouts
– Midnight snack favor boxes
– Clear ice bucket
– Clear candy buckets
Find these New Year’s Eve party decorations and more ideas by visiting Oriental Trading’s New Year’s Eve Headquarters!
Decorate the party zone with black and gold shiny stars and spider web hanging fans.
Make a simple New Year’s Eve clock using a gold glitter picture frame cutout.
Use the gold crowns to add a touch of shine and dress up the clear ice bucket and snack boxes.
The clear boxes keep the focus on the snack foods. They are also fun to fill with miniature beverage bottles, or heck, even some juice boxes.
Send your guests on their new year way with their own “Midnight Snacks”. Great for enjoying while watching the ball drop in another time zone!
Create an affordable New Year’s Eve cocktail bar with fun and glittery New Year’s Eve decorations and disposable party ware. Spend more time welcoming in the new year… even if your pint-sized roommates have an 8pm bedtime! Happy New Year to you!!