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Sparkly New Year’s party inspiration

December 20, 2012
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Eeee, we’re getting so close to New Year’s Eve! Insane, right? But we’ll take it. It’s another reason to dress festive, eat more sweets, decorate with glitter, get a little crafty with gold spray paint, spend time with loved ones and throw confetti in the air! So in case you’re in need of some decorating ideas, Sulliven Owen and Love Me Do Photography have got a handful of ’em that you can DIY in a jiffy. They glittered noisemakers, mason jars, candles, little plastic animals for cake toppers, and filled clear balloons with confetti (perfect for a big balloon drop at the stroke of midnight). Fun!

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Guest confetti packets are a must! Make to sure to have extra on hand. There’s always a reason to throw more confetti.

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A little hot chocolate with marshmallows in glittery mason jars is a good little drink/snack to have on hand after all the cocktails have been had.

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And sweet mini bites? Yes! They go perfect with hot cocoa… and little glitter animal cake toppers.

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Can’t wait to ring in 2013!!!

Photography: Amanda & Carina of Love Me Do Photography / Venue & Desserts (except the marshmallows and cake): PÊCHE Sherman Mills / Video: Lovesick Inc (formerly hi-society productions) / Florals and Styling: Sullivan Owen / Vintage Rentals: Maggpie Vintage / Paper goods: Timepiece Paper Co. / Makeup and Hair: Makeup by Aleksandra / Additional Styling and diy help: Christi Fail and Katie Hennessey