Want to host a holiday party like a pro? We got some tips from some of PartySlate’s top vendors to give you some ideas on effortlessly hosting New Year’s Eve.
INTEGRATE TEXTURE INTO YOUR BUFFET TABLE OR BAR
Sweet Soirees used a simple gold and white palette to create this beautiful and elaborate dessert table design, however, they didn’t just grab gold and white stuff. From the textured white table cloth to mixes of matte, shiny and glitter gold finishes, you can easily upgrade your party style.
You can also upgrade your platters with light floral or plant decor like Inspired Catering.
Firefly Catering exemplifies the multi-faceted use of the coup glass, which is perfect for both cocktails and champagne. Or simplify the process and combine the two. We love the French 75 sparkling cocktail made with St. George Botanivore Gin. (Find cocktail recipes from our holiday class recap here.)
Need Coupe Glasses? Crate & Barrel carries a fun variety of options in different sizes.
The easiest way to impress your guests? Offer amazing bubbly wine for everyone to enjoy. While Champagne is traditional, we have some budget friendly suggestions outside the French Region.
Santa Monica Cava ($6.99 at Binny’s)
Anna de Codorniu Blanc de Blanc ($9.99 at Binny’s)
Freixenet Cordon Negro Cava ($7.99 at Binny’s)
Mionetto Prosecco Brut ($9.99 at Binny’s)
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