New Year’s Eve Party Decor

So, I realize this post is ridiculously late but better now than June, right? I let New Years Eve sneak up on me with Christmas being so crazy and decided last minute I actually wanted to do some decorations for our annual bash. I think for last minute decorations, they turned out pretty stinkin’ cute but I have to say that Cory was a trooper helping me pull off this New Year’s Eve party decorations. Next year, I’ll plan better. Maybe.
New Year's Eve Party
New Year's Eve Table Decorations
New Year's Eve Champagne Toast
New Year's Eve ConfettiI found this idea on Pinterest but unfortunately I forgot to pin it. If you know the original, I’d love to have it so I can give credit where credit is due!
New Year's Eve Party Confetti
New Year's Eve Table DecorationsI made the 2014 out of paper mache letters, Mod Podge and glitter that I picked up from Hobby Lobby. It was such an easy project that really added pop to my table.
New Year's Eve Party
New Year's Eve Party Horns
New Year's Eve Party
New Year's Eve Party banner
New Year's Eve Party Tassel Banner
New Year's Eve Banner
Tassel Banner
New Year's Eve Party banner
New Year's Eve Party
New Year's Eve Party banner
New Year's Eve Party bannerI made the “Happy New Year” banner with some adorable gold glitter paper I picked up from Michaels and the tassel banner was made from tissue paper I picked up at Hobby Lobby and the Dollar Tree. Again, Cory was a trooper for helping me with that tassel banner because it was a pain.
New Year's Eve Party
New Year's Eve Party Printable
New Year's Eve Party Decorations
When I got up on New Year’s Day, I found this hat on my angel. I originally bought them for the dogs but they weren’t having it so we ended up wearing them most the night. A lot of my New Year’s Eve party decorations were DIY but I did buy some things because I was so short on time. I found the pom poms {I fluffed them though!}, the horns and the confetti at Party City and all my cute printables came from Amy @ 

This post is linked up with Mandy @ House of Rose.


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