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December 22, 2015

Champagne & Doughnuts NYE Party

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

As we wind down the year, I think we should go out with a bang, don’t you? I mean, we should totally be introspective and figure out our intentions/resolutions for 2016, but we should also eat doughnuts with champagne while doing so.  I teamed up with Pier 1  again to show you how I transitioned some of my Christmas decorations into a simple/elegant NYE party.

Here we have the items I used for the Champagne & Doughnuts NYE Party spread:

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

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Here’s the table overview!

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

I took the sparkly candles with the brass candle holders from my holiday mantle and repurposed them for this party.

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

I also repurposed our gold ornament holiday wreath and made it the 0 in 2016!

The wreath is currently sold out, but this gorgeous multicolored version is available.

I used a few black poster boards to add some dimensions to the backdrop.

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

I lined my sideboard with the polka dot runner and put playing cards out for guests because I love a party that has games. I have the star ornaments sprinkled throughout.

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

Doughnuts came from my favorite local doughnut shop. You could always make your own! I think these Ginger Glazed Doughnuts would be so pretty at this party.

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

I thought about cutting out numbers from cardboard and painting them gold, but I found these really cool glittered numbers while I was out shopping and turned them into my main focal point.

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

I love to serve champagne with a few extra touches. It’s important to give people options- but not too many.

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

At our bar we have:

  • St. Germain Elderflower liqueur
  • Framboise + Raspberries
  • Cranberry Juice + Sugared Cranberries
  • Lemons, lemon peels, Gin, sugar cubes & a cocktail shaker for French 75s
  • Orange juice (for potential mimosas)

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

The champagne flutes we used come from my collection, but I think these gold crackled flutes would work so well with what we have going on here.

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

Here’s the spread with the afternoon light shining through. So magical!

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

All we need is a fun playlist, a few games and noise makers and we’re all set.

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

I love how the gold pops with all of the black details.

Gold is really growing on me!!!

Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

Hope this gives you a little inspiration for your New Years party! Celebrate the New Year with a Champagne & Doughnut New Year's Party with Pier One! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

Goodbye, 2015- We’re so ready for you, 2016!

Thank you Pier 1 for sponsoring this post. While this was a sponsored opportunity from Pier 1 all content and opinions expressed here are my own.  Thanks also to my friend, Lisa Tornello who helped me put this all together!

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