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12 Amazing Last Minute DIY Ideas For A New Year’s Eve Bash

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We are saying goodbye to 2019 and hello to 2020 with this incredible collection of ideas to create the ultimate New Year’s Eve bash. Be prepared to celebrate with friends and family, by ringing in the New Year in style with our tips for inspiring your new year’s resolutions. Have a look below and be sure to let us know which one of these ideas you like most and why in the Comments below! 

Note: Check out a couple of other inspiring ideas to help get you party-ready for the New Year: 15 Fabulous Decor Ideas For The Ultimate New Year’s Eve Party and 26 Festive and glamorous party table settings for New Year’s Eve.

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1. DIY Sparkly Bottles. Add a festive touch to your champagne bottles with some gold glitter. To do this, you will need a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine, Super 77 adhesive spray, craft glitter, latex gloves, and a drop cloth or old sheet to protect your floors. Spray the bottle in sections, then add the glitter. Be sure to leave the top area glitter-free to pop the top! Get the full tutorial at the provided link. (via Ideas.evite)

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2. Champagne Jello Sparkle Shots. If you are looking for something fun and festive to serve at your New Year’s Eve bash, try these jello shots. To make these, you will need champagne, lemon vodka, sugar, gelatin and sparkle sprinkles. You will also need a loaf pan for the ingredients to gel for three hours in a refrigerator. They can be cut out with a cookie cutter you have on hand, such as a star (you can find these at the dollar store, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond ). Get the tutorial at the link. (via Sparkling Charm)

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3. DIY New Year’s Eve Photo Backdrop. For this, you will need glitter cardstock, bags of silver and gold balloons (dollar store, party store or craft store), curling ribbon, plastic table cover and a helium tank for the balloons (or get them pre-filled at your local party store or get a Helium Ballon kit for around $25 at Walmart or Target). TIP: Get creative with a table next to your photo backdrop, with some fun party looks: party bead necklaces, feather boas, over-sized sunglasses, party hats, etc. Get the full tutorial at the provided link. (via Somewhat Simple)

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4. Photo Guest Book. Using the backdrop we featured above, add a table to your photo corner with a camera. An instant camera can print out your photos, where your guests can take home their photo memories or add them to a photo collage. This can include taping them to your wall, pinning them on a corkboard, affixing them to a clothespin line, etc. You can also include a guest book for your party-goers to tape their picture, sign their name, and add their New Year’s resolution! (via My Inspiration Corner)

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5. New Year’s Resolution Cards. When you are throwing your New Year’s Eve bash, be sure to have some resolution cards for your party-goers. A timeless activity at this time of year, add these cute resolution cards in a palette of rose gold, black and white into a clear glass vase. This can be on display on a table at your front entry. When your guests arrive, they can take one and fill it out. Get the tutorial at the provided link. TIP: To DIY, get double-sided cardstock, black on one side, white on the other. Buy a white and metallic marker to write “Resolutions” on the cards along with gold dots. (via Lia Griffith)

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6. New Year’s Eve Champagne Bar. Do something a little extra special this year with your bubbly. Create a champagne bar filled with pretty glassware, bowls, and jars filled with fresh pomegranate seeds, cranberries (you can also use frozen cranberries instead of ice cubes), citrus twists and herbs. Help guests to get creative! Add food and drink labels with card stock and metallic markers from your local art supply store, Walmart, Target, etc. (via Lia Griffith)

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7. DIY Disco Ball. This disco ball could complement your champagne bar (above) or be used as decoration in your party space. Supplies you will need: 16-inch paper lantern (World Market, Hobby Lobby, Michaels, etc), holographic bird tape (Home Depot, Lowes, Ace Hardware), tape or glue dots and ribbon. Get the simple tutorial at the provided link. (via How Was Your Day?)

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8. Gold Party Decor. Ring in the New Year with a table set with champagne glasses and party favors. Add some gold helium balloons for a festive touch. (via Pinterest)

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9. Champagne Bottle Feature Wall. Add the ultimate party decoration to your New Year’s Eve bash with a feature wall. This includes a large air-filled champagne bottle trailed by balloons in a palette of gold silver and white. This is a kit that you can find at the provided link and it is helium free! (via Party City)

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10. DIY Party Table Decor. This party table started with clock paper plates (16 total) found at HomeGoods. They were taped on the wall along with lettering that spells out “Happy New Year”. If you don’t want to DIY the lettering, you can find it at craft stores, Target or Walmart. Using a palette of black, gold and silver, add some holiday ornaments into glass hurricanes on a buffet table. Add some clock plates for serving food (these ones were found at TJMaxx), use cake stands for food and champagne glasses. Add some balloons, hats, noisemakers, straws, garlands, and mini lights for ambiance. (via RemodelaCasa)

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11. Refreshment Table. Ring in the New Year with a refreshment table for your party guests. A simple last-minute DIY, balloons can add a festive touch. These “bubbly” balloons in pretty pastels are affixed to the wall using double-sided Command strips and can be found in party stores, Target, Walmart, etc. (via Honey & Fitz)

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12. Black, White, Silver Party Table. Dress your tablescape in a theme that will bring elegance to your New Year’s celebrations. The table runner is an acrylic beaded curtain (you could use black fabric and add glass beads or small ornaments that add shimmer), decked out with wintery elements such as marabou boas wrapped around the chargers. Re-purpose your Christmas ornaments by setting them in martini glasses or wine glasses at each place setting. (via Celebrations at Home)

Toast To 2020 With One Of These Delicious Champagne-Inspired Drinks:

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🥂🍾Celebrate your New Year’s festivities with this delicious Blood Orange Champagne Mule. A twist on the traditional mule, this one features the juice of half a blood orange mixed with the juice of half a lime. Add some spirits to your drink, including a shot of vodka and champagne and a splash or two of ginger beer (Bundaberg is one of our favorites). Add garnishes, a slice of blood orange and some mint. (via Half Baked Harvest)

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🍸This festive drink will add a little sparkle to your New Year’s celebration. You can serve the Poinsettia Spritz Punch from a punch bowl or from a glass beverage dispenser. Combine your ingredients in a large pitcher, which includes vodka, cranberry (or pomegranate) juice and St. Germain elderflower liquor. Keep chilled and when you are ready to serve, add champagne, cranberries and garnish with rosemary and an orange slice. (via Half Baked Harvest)

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