We all celebrate New Year’s Eve in our own merry way. This year, my hubby & I are not planning to give a party but to kind of quietly stay at home instead…, (although Italy is FULL OF SURPRISES and one can never be sure as to what kind of fun might actually happen…).
So, for this reason, I looked for a festive table centerpiece ideas that will be suitable for New Year’s Eve in a simple sort of way. Centerpieces that will create a bit of atmosphere throughout the evening, add some ‘bang’ at midnight, and ideally won’t cost hours ‘n’ hours of crafting or decorating work on my part.
Well, I found 4 inspirational centerpiece ideas. Let me share. Do one or do all!
Inspirational New Year’s Eve Table Centerpieces
1. Unique, Rustic, Calm Candle Display
What’s so special: the mesh, the vintage clock, the orange pomanders, the vintage ‘Happy New Year’ tag, and last but not least, the ease that it’s all group together. Not this picture, but as a bonus: a tag reminding us to get the champagne out of the fridge!
2. Pretty Noisemakers for Instant Party Bang at Midnight
What’s so special: pretty, easy, fun. Pretty: love that construction paper & thin art paper wrapped around each store bought noisemaker/horn. Will look great next to a bottle of champagne. Easy: just wrap it around and secure with sticky tape, and cut top into long strips. Fun to look at, and gives an instant party feel to the evening, even though it’s just you and your hubby… + noisemakers can be recycled for future party use. Love that green aspect of it too.
My take: I might like to add some sparkles or glitter on the paper ends, to give it a bit more dazzle.
image source: bhg
3-4. Display Golden Bubbly Champagne without the Alcohol
These are new years table centerpiece option 3 and 4.
Better Home & Garden’s fortune bubbles mad not be as photogenic as from Martha’s glorious glitter large sorbet glasses filled with gold and clear ball-shaped ornaments to simulate real champagne bubbles, but BHG’s idea is more soulful and I’m going for it.
image source: bhg
My take: perhaps we can make some special bubbles with new year resolutions….., and keep those on display for a while….
image source: martha