The 12 Prettiest Ideas for New Year's Eve Parties

Throw a champagne-inspired bash with these fun ideas!

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Make this year's fete about way more than watching the ball drop. Have guests talking—and sipping—with a champagne-themed soiree. Your celebration will be one to remember for new years to come with these DIY crafts, decorations, and recipes that pop.

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Light Up The Night

These water drop lights almost look like they are filled with a glass of your favorite bubbly. Hang them outdoors for a patio party or along the mantle for a sparkling interior touch.

BUY NOW: $13, Easternstar Solar Outdoor String Lights,

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Champagne Bottle Party Decor

Set up this decoration and you'll have the perfect backdrop for photos with friends.

BUY NOW:  starting at $8, New Years Eve Champagne Bottle Tassel Balloon,

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Cheer To The New Year

These decorative cups are a simple accent for any large party, so you can enjoy the night without any stress about broken glass.

BUY NOW: $16 for 12, Kate Aspen Cheers Stadium Cup,

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Homemade Confetti

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 ($11; ); Large craft punch ($15; ); Beverage napkins ($5 for 50; )

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Invitations That Pop

For a personal touch, write the what, when, and where inside these festive pink notecards.

BUY NOW: $17 for 10Pop Fizz Clink Holiday Card Set

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Floating Bubbles

Knot each end of a length of monofilament to a clear plastic ornament. Repeat to create more bubbles, then hang them at staggered heights from a sturdy ceiling fixture or in a doorway.

BUY NOW: $12 for set of 12 80mm balls, Darice Clear Plastic Acrylic Fillable Christmas Ball Ornament,

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Dot-Stamped Napkins

Dab a pencil eraser onto a pigment ink pad (the color won't transfer to hands or faces), and press onto a cocktail napkin to create a custom design; let dry before stacking.

What you'll need: Beverage napkins ($5 for 50; ); Gold pigment ink pad ($7; )

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Fizzy Sorbet

Scoop strawberry or peach sorbet into chilled glasses and top with sparkling juice and sparkling white wine.

BUY NOW: $34, Set of 2 Chardonnay Glasses,

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Zesty Mozzarella Balls

Toss marinated bocconcini (small fresh mozzarella balls) with olive oil, chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley, finely grated lemon zest, and red pepper flakes. Serve in a fun festive bowl.

BUY NOW: $15, Round Serving Bowl,

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Mini Popovers

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.

Get the recipe here.

BUY NOW: $10, Red Napkin Set of 4 - Threshold™ 

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Sweet Popcorn

Sprinkle 1 Tbsp granulated sugar and ½ tsp kosher salt on just-cooked popcorn and serve in paper hats lined with tissue paper.

BUY  NOW: $1 each, DIY Gold Metallic Craft Party Hat,

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Popping Party Favors

Instead of noisemakers, blow bubbles from little champagne bottles before the ball drops.

BUY NOW: $29 for 48 bottles, Mini Champagne Bottle Bubbles,

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