Can you believe we are already talking about 2019!! If you need inspiration for setting your table for New Years Eve see below ideas. Cheers!

The first inspiration I had for the table were these buffalo check black and white cone trees I found at Hobby Lobby. I thought I could re-purpose them and turn them into Party Hats! I used tinsel for the top and fun gold picks for the hat toppers.

For special occasions, I love to break out beautiful China. These family black and gold plated China were perfect for the event!

At each place setting, I included Chandon Minis as favors. To make the bottles more glamourous, I added glitter to each bottle.

I love New Years colors and I wanted to set the table with a food pallette that was beautiful with golds, blacks and silvers. Desserts, are pretty themselves, so I decided to showcase them by scattering them around the center of the table using different platters.

When I think of chocolate candies during the holidays, I naturally think of Forrero Rocher chocolates! I scattered them around my presentation of desserts. I love pie, but sometimes can be difficult to serve at large gatherings so I decided to use individual serving tins for all the desserts- creme brulee, turtle cheesecake, and chocolate mousse cake.

I love to make places for guest to easily grab a refreshment. This bubbly bar served the purpose.

In our dining room, I set up two areas were guest could grab a drink, the Bubbly bar and signature cocktail area. I will be sharing the New Years Eve Blackberry Thyme Cocktail recipe later this week!

The bubbly bar was simple it included champagne and fresh fruit. The Chapagnes we served were Veuve Clicquot Brut- Yellow Label, Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose, and Chandon Brut.

Because your coupe glasses need party hats and blowers too, right! 🙂

Now, let’s talk about my tree! This was so fun! I have the hardest time taking my tree down so why not extend its joy and create a New Years Tree! I took off all the red ornaments and filler.

I made a ” grab and go” tree so guest could grab their party hats and blowers off of it. Even boas!

We also made these fun New Years Eve Pinata balls to hang from the ceiling to match with the decor. All we did was grab paper lanterns, glued circle die cuts in an ombre effect and hung them up with fishing wire! So fun and simple!

I just love how everything turned out!

Cheers to 2019! I hope you got some easy and fun ideas for your New Years Eve/ Day gatherings. As always, to get the same look I have included links below. In addition to tabletop, I found some great New Years eve dresses too!

Whitney Elaine