Pop bottles in style with these custom champagne labels sparkling with gold glitter.
If you're in need of a last minute party favor, download these bubbly-themed photo props and tape them to popsicle sticks for easy handling. They'll keep your guests entertained all night long and make great selfie fodder!
What you'll need: Popsicle sticks ($14, .com)
Whether you're leaving them out as a party snack or tossing into gift bags, these Hershey Kisses decorated with cheerful New Year's messages will certainly be a crowd favorite.
What you'll need: Hershey Kisses ($14, .com)
Starting at $74
An assortment of gold, silver, black, and glittery balloons makes for simple and stylish New Year's Eve party decor. This DIY kit even includes an air pump, and you can tie them shut using the decorating strip.
Scoop strawberry or peach sorbet into chilled glasses and top with sparkling juice and white wine for a sweet party treat.
What you'll need: Chardonnay glasses ($40, .com)
Place these cheerful champagne glasses on a flat cake stand and adorn with pink flowers and glittery accents for a chic DIY centerpiece.
What you'll need: Jeweled Trim Cake Stand ($50, .com); pink silk flowers ($29, .com)
Give guests a preview of what's to come at your New Year's bash with these glittery invitations. Note: You'll need Adobe Reader on your computer to customize the details.
Hang this fringy black, white, and gold tassel garland along any white wall to instantly spruce up a bland space. Doesn't hurt that they double as a cute photo backdrop!
This adorable sign ensures that all guests know exactly where to find the booze. All you have to do is download the file, print, and add to your frame of choice.
What you'll need: Rose gold frame ($16, .com)
Toss marinated bocconcini (small fresh mozzarella balls) with olive oil, chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley, finely grated lemon zest, and red pepper flakes for this tasty app. Serve in a glittery bowl to feel extra festive.
What you'll need: Round serving bowl ($15, target.com)
These fizzy water drop lights look just like the glasses of champagne your guests will be sipping. Hang them outdoors for a patio party or along the mantle for a sparkling interior touch.
Starting at $9
Set up this playful decoration and you'll have the perfect backdrop for photos with friends. Now, where can we find a bottle of champagne that big?
These decorative cups are a simple accent for any large party, so you can enjoy the night without any stress over broken glass.
Accordion-fold colored sheets of tissue or wrapping paper, then use two different-size circle craft punches to make a colorful tabletop decoration.
What you'll need: Medium craft punch ($12, joann.com); Large craft punch ($16, joann.com); Colored tissue paper ($11, .com)
Serve these cheese-and-chive snacks straight from the oven. Dress up your favorite plate with a decorative towel for an added touch of holiday spirit.
What you'll need: Pink napkin set ($31, target.com)
For a personal touch, write the who, what, when, and where inside these festively cute cards.
To make these floating bubble decorations, knot each end of a length of monofilament to a clear plastic ornament. Repeat to create more bubbles, and then hang them at staggered heights from a sturdy ceiling fixture or a doorway.
What you'll need: Clear plastic acrylic fillable Christmas ball ornament ($11, .com)
Dab a pencil eraser onto a pigment ink pad and press onto a cocktail napkin to create a custom design. Let dry, stack, and serve!
What you'll need: Beverage napkins ($8, .com); Gold pigment ink pad ($8, .com)
Instead of noisemakers, blow bubbles from little champagne bottles before the ball drops.
What you'll need: Mini champagne bottle bubbles ($29, .com)
Sprinkle 1 Tbsp granulated sugar and ½ tsp kosher salt on just-cooked popcorn and serve in paper hats lined with tissue paper for a fun party treat.
What you'll need: DIY gold metallic craft party hat ($1, shindigz.com)