Throwing a New Years Eve dinner party is your chance to really go over the top with decorations.
Play with it and have fun – maybe think of a theme or subject your guests will appreciate.

I would advice you to stick to a three color palette and then I think you can add almost object.
More colors are usually more confusing to the eye than more shapes.
Other than that: no rules!

I have browsed the net for inspiration on how to decorate my own table for the last day of the year and these favorites I would like to share with you (click on images for larger view):

happynewyear_bruinbetasCandles always sets the mood.
Bring out the good napkins and old silver wear.
happynewyear_thesweetestoccasionScandinavian style – mix and match in snowy white and lot`s of candles.

Don`t forget to set the clock!

happynewyeartable_marthastewartDinner for two?
Why not go with a rustic but elegant look?
newyear_masc_wayfairFeeling shy? Hide behind a masque but let it drop at midnight.
newyear_bw_womansday Go graphical. Numbers, symbols and letters help you count down to a new year.
newyear_pinterest More is more!
Other ideas:
deco_candleholders_metalic_marthastewartCut out stripes of metallic paper and wrap around candle holders.
happynewyear_hatskids_eventnowWill there be kids at your party?

Prepare these festive hats for them or let them create their own during the party.

tinselnapkinringTwist metallic or colorful pipe cleaners into letters or numbers to make unforgettable napkin rings.

Image sources: www.bruinbetas.com, www.thesweetestoccasion.com, www.marthastewart.com, www.wayfair.com, www.womansday.com, www.pinterest.com

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