If we want some glitzy, glamorous, and gorgeous inspiration we know where to go! Beijos Events created the most insanely amazing New Year’s Eve table to inspire your own party to ring in 2015. If you didn’t catch their Christmas inspiration you’re in for a real treat! Celebrated with an event like this, 2015 is bound to be just as sparkly and special! They gave us all the details to recreate such an affair (and keep your guests reminiscing all year long!).
When we think of New Years Eve three words immediately come to mind, gold, gold, gold!!! NYE is all about the glitz and the glam, even if you are hosting a small get together at your house! Witty Rentals supplied the perfect modern table and chairs to set the scene for this one and a fun black bar cart, and lets be honest, it’s all about the bar on New Years!! We had tons of little details in this set up with most of them begin from Shop Pigment, we went a little crazy with all of the fun goodies they have! From the terrariums and placemats we used as a table runner, to the sparklers, straws and of course the gold moroccan poufs, each little detail created the perfect party atmosphere! Not to be outdone by Jonathan Adler which added a little more mid century pizazz with the metallic and black pillows, vases, place card holders and the amazing coasters! Twinkle & Toast made the perfect little menus by hand and added sparkle with her invite. Of course MV Florals added the perfect florals, gold spray painted succulents and some fun air plants to pop some color. We matched up our own glassware with Hostess Haven and added a Studio Mucci piñata to complete the party… We say why go out on NYE when you can have the best party in your own abode!?
Styling: Beijos Events
Photography: Megan Welker
Florals: MV Florals
Rentals: Witty Rentals
Paper Goods: Twinkle & Toast
Pillows: Boho Pillow
Gold Poufs, Sparklers, Terrariums, Low White Vase, Gold Starbursts, Cheers Tags, Tablerunner, Straws: Shop Pigment
Pillows, White & Gold Vases, Coasters, Placecard Holders: Jonathan Adler
Piñata: Studio Mucci