Can you believe another year has gone by already? It seems like they are getting shorter and shorter all the time! Every year that goes by, though, I’m immensely grateful that I got to spend another one doing what I love with the people that I love. For me, New Year’s Eve is a great opportunity to celebrate all the wonderful things that happened over the year and reflect on our hopes for the next one.
New Year’s Eve parties are always fun because there is so much excitement in the air. Whether you’re having a casual gathering or a glamorous dinner, the table is where a lot of the best conversation will happen. To keep everyone in the festive mood, I love to make my New Year’s Eve table settings extra special. There are a lot of fun ways to do this and not all of them require a lot of work. Sometimes, it’s just about creating a subtle atmosphere around which all the fun can happen.
Here are 10 New Year’s Eve table settings ideas to inspire you whether you want to go casual and modern or glamorous and sophisticated.
New Year’s Eve Table Settings
A shiny gold runner that looks like confetti is perfectly festive over a white tablecloth. Finish off the place settings with a noisemaker and a pop of color.
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Paper fortune cookies are adorable touches for your place settings, in which you can slip your own fortunes or simply put the name of the guest on them to create a place card.
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An all white table is super chic for a New Year’s eve party to bring it in with grace and style.
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Black and white polka dots are chic and festive and look great when paired with gold and silver accents. My favorite parts of this New Year’s Eve table setting, though, are definitely the clock plates.
An old-fashioned black and white clock is a simple but apropos touch for any New Year’s Eve table.
White and gold creates a sophisticated take on a New Year’s Eve party, complete with a gold clock.
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Stripes are an adorable choice for a New Year’s Eve party. This set-up is casual yet festive with some chic metallic touches.
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You don’t have to go for glitz and glam to have a stylish New Year’s Eve party. Simple black and white with a touch of silver or gold are all you need for a modern setting.
Gold star confetti is a cute touch against a black tablecloth. For a simple centerpiece, use silver branches, candlesticks, and votives.
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For a feminine New Year’s Eve party, bring in pops of pink to match your bubbly and accent it with silver and gold.
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Happy New Year! May 2017 bring you lots of happiness and success.