What’s not to love about a New Year’s Eve wedding? Everyone’s in a celebratory mood, the bride and groom get to ring in the new year as husband and wife, and it’s one of the only occasions on which a grown woman can get away with wearing obscene amounts of glitter and gold. Take advantage of inexpensive party supplies, such as classic noisemakers, which can be tucked into bouquets or fashioned into boutonnieres, as shown. Pops of festive red lend playful sophistication to a lustrous, party-hearty metallic palette. Don’t forget to add a touch of festal cheer to your cocktail offerings; sparkly pom-pom drink stirrers do the trick on a dime!
CREDITS (from left to right, top to bottom): Christian Louboutin flats > Photo by Union Eleven Photographers (via Style Me Pretty) / Invitation suite > Design and letterpress printing by Coral Pheasant (via Oh So Beautiful Paper) / Cake table > Photo by Gabrielle Fox, event design and styling by CBS Weddings, cake by Truly Scrumptious Cakes (via Inspired by This) / Sparkler > Photo by Jade and Matthew Take Pictures, styling by Gray Harper Event Maker (via The Knotty Bride) / Champagne macarons > Pure Gourmandise / Metallic foil pinatas > Confetti System (via 100 Layer Cake) / Noisemaker boutonniere > Photo by Scott Lawrence Studios, design and styling by I DO…Weddings & Events (via Style Me Pretty) / Drinks with pom-pom stirrers > Martha Stewart Weddings / Girl in New Year’s Eve hat > Photo by Jenna McKenzie Photography, event design and styling by by Hey Gorgeous Events (via Wedding Chicks)