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New Year's Eve Party Decoration Ideas

Updated on November 23, 2009
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Planning to host a New Year's party this year? Get those creative juices flowing and allow your home to sparkle with  plenty of decorations courtesy of some fresh and original ideas that will put your guests into a great party mood! It all comes down to selecting the best decor that matches your home and that will make the home look festive enough to embrace the New Year. Say goodbye to 2009 and welcome 2010 with glittery lights, sparkling decor and most of all, enthusiasm and happiness that will flow throughout the house enveloping all your guests. Following are some great decoration ideas for your special New Year's Eve party that should meet any budget.

-Stop by Your Dollar Store

Every neighborhood should have a dollar store within a few blocks. Stop by and gather all you need. Look for streamers, balloons, hats, candles, ribbons, glitter, confetti and so forth. You will be quite happy when you check out at the register after noticing that you have spent very little compared to what larger department stores charge. The greatest advantage? Nobody will notice the difference!

-Start at the Door

You want your guests to feel welcomed upon entering your home. Choose a nice door mat for the event and place a pretty wreath on your door. Your entrance will make a statement already and your guests will know they are at the right place. Want to exaggerate? Adorn the door  and stairwell with Christmas lights.

-Candle Galore

Gather lots of colorful candles that will create the right ambiance. While scented candles are tempting to buy, these should be left at the store because their smells may mingle creating the ideal ground for headaches and sniffles. Choose unscented candles and if you want to add a special touch, cover them with a touch of gold glitter.

-Best Wishes Balloons

Prepare some fortune messages wishing good things such as love, money, health, fame, wealth etc. Slip them in balloons and then blow them up. These balloons may be then be handpicked by the guests and popped once midnight strikes. To make them more appealing and festive, decorate them with some extra left over gold glitter.

-Let Your Room Twinkle

Who said that only the Christmas tree deserves to be dressed up in lights? Get some Christmas tree lights and hang them around the room. It will add a note of festivity like no other and your party room will magically sparkle!

-Go Elegant and Classy

If you are trying to obtain a stylish look by adding a touch of elegance and class to your home, pick black satin table cloths, black napkins and black dishes. Then add an elegant black vase to make a centerpiece and fill it up with colorful red flowers. The contrast will be stunning and the decor quite unique. Adding some gold decor will help jazz up the room making it look festive.

As seen, there are many ways to add some festivity and jazz up your home for the event. Of course, it all needs some careful planning in order to avoid last minute stress. Start early to prevent unwanted surprises and to ensure you get the best deals on decorative items. Research and preparation goes a long way when organizing a New Year's Party.  


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      7 years ago

      Good job!

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      Nate Kelley 

      9 years ago

      Great ideas on New Years Ideas... I like to enretain at home, and planning is a big part.. Keep up the great hubs. .


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