Glitter is all the rage this year and we are loving it for our New Year's celebration. The gals over at SaucyPants.com pulled together a really fun and flirty retro themed New Years Eve party. Full of inspiration for DIY decor, tons of edible glitter and low cal treats, this party is chock full of ideas to help you ring in 2013.
Scroll through the images of easy DIY decor and mini bite recipes to find tons of inspiration for your party this year.
Setting up your buffet style table is easy and makes your party a bit more casual. Guests are free to relax and pick on appetizers and cocktails as they mingle, dance and ring in 2013.
From edible glitter rimmed glasses to gold tinsel covered signs, the DIY decor for this party screams chic. The white and black striped table runners adds an extra glamorous touch, while the DIY gold circle garland plays off the sparkle throughout the table.
Check out that gramophone! What a great vintage piece to bring a little bit of retro decor to your party.
These DIY glitter vases also add a special touch to the table. With a little bit of mod podge and a whole lot of glitter, it's easy to recreate the pretty vase and add simple understated flowers, like these delicate pink roses.
We love the idea of setting up your own photo booth at parties and we love this one even more because of the Polaroid! Have a few props ready for guests, take their picture, and then create a DIY banner full of their photos from the night.
After each guests has their photo taken, have them write their resolution on the bottom of the print and hang it up with a clothes pin. It's a great way to share everyone's resolutions, but also a fun decor piece guests can add to throughout the night.
It's a nice idea to start your New Years resolution early and bake up these skinny cupcakes. Cover them in edible glitter for extra glam and sparkle!
We're all about party favors which is why mini bottles of champagne make the perfect thank you gift for your friends and family. We especially love the printables you can stick on to personalize them for your guests.