I did it.. yep, I just couldn't let the New Year arrive without a Celebration for my family. And it just so happens that we received a wonderful Christmas gift of Omaha Steaks!! And that alone was worth a celebration...
I wanted to share my party table ideas so you could get going on yours. It was pretty easy to put together considering I have my very own Party Warehouse (or at least it feels like it!). With only one trip to town, I put this table together for our celebration. Hope you like it~
New Year Party Table
New Year Party Table
A few more Views and then the How Too's~
Notice the place mats - they are 12 x 12 Glitter Card Stock! That's what I went to town for and found them at Hobby Lobby.
The Centerpiece with a vase filled with Artificial Snow, Sparkly Stems and Sparkly Christmas Bulbs~
After gathering a few supplies~
It started with my trusty White Table Runner and ribbon~
Beads & More~
The Pretty Party Glasses~
I glued pom poms to the ends of each pipe cleaner, then wrapped them around each glass stem.
And the Firework Napkins~
After wrapping up the cloth napkin and twisting pipe cleaners around, I then used a wooden spoon handle to make the Curly Q's~
Then some cute little pudding shots~
Oh, and my custom designed stem ware~
I used some glitter glue and decorated the outside! Later I'll be filling them!
A little treat on each place setting~
Sea Salt Chocolate Caramels were nestled in beds of metallic streamers then placed in delicate little glasses.
Of course I decorated the dessert plates~
With chocolate and fondant!
Soon to hold our Chocolate Molten Cakes!
And I had to make these little sugar dipped marshmallows~
This festive idea came from Meaghan Montfort's new book Sugarlicious!
You can view her instructions HERE~
I used coarse sanding sugar, added more to the glasses and the 2012 Toppers! Printed the numbers out on the computer and punched them out.
One last gift of 2011~
Oh, I can't say what's in these, it might spoil the surprise!
Confetti and Party Horns to ring in the new year!
Cellophane bags filled with confetti and wrapped around party horns.
You can celebrate the New Year any time you want, because you know what they say... it's
five twelve o'clock somewhere!!
Where Ever, When Ever you celebrate, Have A Happy New Year!