New Year’s Eve is one of the most celebrated occasions around the world. While some people enjoy celebrating at public or private venues, most people prefer hosting or attending parties at their friends’ or family’s homes. If you are planning on playing host this year, there are a few things you will need to keep in mind as far as décor is concerned.
The amount, type, and size of your décor will depend on the size of your home and where you plan on setting everything up. You might like to enjoy a nice meal together or you may prefer to set up a buffet where everyone can help themselves.
If you plan on sitting down for a meal, you will need table décor. Centrepieces for a New Year’s party is not like the one or ones you used for Christmas. While some people leave their festive décor in place until the first or second of January, it’s often better to redecorate to welcome in the New Year.
When searching for the right flowers, it’s good to ask your florist about their seasonal blooms. Most of the flowers in stock are either cultivated under artificial conditions with climate control and others are imported. Either way, these methods ensure that you have a wide selection from which to choose.
As for the colours, you should select blooms that allow you to add some sparkle. Blue, white, and red are all excellent if you want to add glittery accessories to your display. You can ease off on the greenery so that your arrangements don’t resemble a Christmas tree. You should also choose between gold and silver sparkle as opposed to combining the two. If you like, you can add glitter to your flowers or have your florist do this for you.
Bright balloons are also fantastic additions to flower arrangements. You can use regular balloons supported by sticks or helium balloons if you prefer. Just make sure that you select balloons that will suit the arrangements. In other words, if you have a blue and white bouquet, you can add blue, white, and silver balloons.
You can also add other accessories like sticks that are spray painted according to the colour scheme of the bouquet. These sticks can be added here and there for texture and colour.