Guest Picks: 20 Bubbly Accessories for New Year's Eve
Take a cue from clinking champagne glasses and incorporate bubbles into every part of your home
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Nothing says "Happy New Year" quite like champagne, so why not take the bubbly and spray it into all aspects of your New Year's Eve shindigs with these bubble-luscious entertaining accessories? Even if your affair is of the casual variety, a little fizz and sparkle will make it stand out for your guests. Cheers! — Laura from JourneyChic
I love stemware, but it's truly an accident waiting to happen — especially after you've enjoyed a few drinks. These stemless champagne flutes are a great solution for your klutzy guests (like me).
I can see this beautiful glass vase filled with lovely white peony buds that will look like big, bubbly powder puffs. It would be a simple but striking centerpiece.
Surround your floral centerpiece with these tiny votive holders, or run them in a row down the middle of your table for a glittering effect.
Shimmer and shine are surefire ways to make your party festive, and these decorative plates will make your store-bought appetizers look fancy.
Whether your guests prefer gin and tonics or whiskey on the rocks, bubble glass tumblers will make their old-fashioned drinks more special.
No one likes water rings on their tables, so put out a few of these pretty glass coasters to catch drips. The circular imprints remind me of bubbles.
Shots, anyone? The little bubble in the bottom of this shot glass is cool, although you may not notice after taking a hit of holiday tequila.
This bubble glass wine goblet is a great way to serve non-carbonated beverages and give them a little bit of extra flair.
Wine charms are a fun way to mark guests' glasses. These add a little extra sparkle that will look great below champagne.
If you have a small space, bar carts are a great way to keep drinks and bar accessories handy. At the same time, they're perfect for large houses: just roll the cart to where your guests are sitting and let them serve themselves.
This pretty ice bucket will go with any decor and could also double as a small punch bowl.
On the off chance that there's some bubbly left over at the end of your soiree, top it off with this bottle stopper to keep it fresh for your New Year's Day mimosas.
Perfect for folks with green thumbs, these hanging vases are a modern way to add life to your decor. Bonus: you can keep them up all year, unlike the wreath that will be on its last legs come New Year's Day.
I love the look of blue, gold and silver for the holidays, and this bubbly table runner is an unexpected way to add color to your table. Drape it over a white tablecloth and top with sparkling candlelight.
Even your serving pieces can get in the holiday spirit! I love the modern bubbles on this set, which add a youthful spirit to traditional servers.
Glam candlesticks will look great atop a mantel trimmed with bubble garlands. The candlelight will bounce off the whole scene.
The first thing I thought of when I saw these napkin rings was "fizz!" Don't they look just like a spray of champagne? Use them to dress up dinner-size paper napkins and save yourself some laundry.
Even if you're not having a dinner party, these place card holders are a great way to dress up your living room end tables. I would print out funny predictions for the new year and put them where the place cards go.
Swap out your Christmas red berry garland for this beaded set to add some bubbles to your mantel, or drape it around your chandelier for extra sparkle.
While I'm not a fan of '70s decor, I can definitely get on board with this beaded curtain. It's a clever way to make your room-to-room transitions more festive, or you can tack it to a blank wall for some textural art.
Ideabook published on Dec. 30, 2011.
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