Welcome the New Year with these festive ideas for party favors, napkin folds, centerpieces, and pretty table settings.
Here's an idea for a bottle of bubbly. These bottle wraps are so easy to make that you'll want some for entertaining and some for gifts.
Ringing in a New Year is a special celebration. Don't be afraid to break out the fine china and linens with friends. You don't have to set a formal table -- just arrange stacks on the buffet table and decorate with sweet flower bunches tucked in pieces of silver or crystal from your collection.
Tall displays of food add a dramatic touch to a sideboard. These stacked cake pedestals were lined with flat cedar sprigs and piled with fruit and cookies. (Be sure to secure each pedestal with florist's clay or clear museum wax.)
Don't think you have to make a huge splash with a flower arrangement. Instead, consider using single blooms in small vases. A handful of berry branches adds some holiday cheer and a bit of texture.
Silver spray paint helps create a cohesive look for these mantel decorations. Even a country-style twig wreath gets a makeover with metallic paint and is garnished simply with star shapes. A metallic-color theme is also a great way to update holiday decorations for New Year's Eve.
Here's a classy touch for a holiday gathering. Set out a menu card listing the dishes on a buffet table. It's a festive way to announce the menu -- and it will help guests who wish to avoid certain food items.
With these clever wire-wrapped glasses, your toast to the season is sure to be unforgettable.
Celebrate the New Year with pop-open party favors that are full of surprises.
Impress your guests with embellished goblets and chocolate-covered fortune cookies.
At midnight, invite family and friends to mark the end of the old year and a fresh start for the New Year.
When you have a dessert this gorgeous, use it as a table decoration during your party. It is not only pretty to look at but also a delicious end to the evening.