Every house party needs a disco ball, especially on New Year's Eve. Turn down the lights, turn up the music and rock the night away under this glimmering globe.
Remember: it's all in the details, so don't forget the decorations! You don't need to go overboard; just some garlands strewn about and some confetti-topped tables will do the trick. Pick a color theme and go with it.
Who doesn't love receiving formal invitations in the mail? Make your bash extra special by sending out personalized invites. I love the gray and gold color combo of these — so elegant.
Make sure to have a photo booth at your party; they're good for hours and hours of fun. This set of props is perfect for posing.
What's a party without music? Crank up those tunes and dance. This system allows for way better sound than that old boombox you've been using. Play DJ and create a playlist on your iPod, or put on your favorite dance station on Pandora, and you've got yourself and instant party.
You're going to need one of these to mix up all those cocktails you'll be serving to your friends, so why not use one that gives you a little help along the way? The classic recipes printed on the sides make you look like you're the best bartender in the world.
Toast to the success of the past year and the promises of the new year. The curvy shape of these flutes and the elegant etching will have your guests saying, "Fill 'er up!"
There's going to be massive amounts of champagne consumed, so keep it chilled and tasting good in this fancy bucket. Add a personal touch and inscribe it with your initials.
Toss these beaded coasters here and there throughout the space to give your guests a place to set their drinks while adding some stylish sparkle.
I like this little guy. He's unique and not like all the other standard ice buckets out there — he's got class and charm.
Mix up a batch of your favorite drink and serve it to your guests in this bowl. I love the modern shape and contemporary design.
Sparkle is essential to ring in the new year, and these will do just the trick. Add some bling to those bottles and create a festive bar top.