Greet the New Year with color -- glam up your year-end shindig with these stunning color schemes:
Black, silver, and gold are the go-to standard -- they're the iconic New Year trio, a classic combo for any year-end event. With metallic paper aplenty at craft stores, it's easy to put together gleaming streamers, shimmering banners, and twinkling garlands to glam up your evening. You can go two ways with this theme, too. You can use black, silver, and gold to throw a party with all the trappings of the edgy and trendy. Likewise, colors work like a charm at a fancier, elegant dinner.
Get cozy this New Year by using deep browns and gold. Ideal for swankier dinners and soirees, the rich, heady palette conveys luxury, opulence, and refinement.
Green is the color associated with new life. It stands for good health, turning over a new leaf, and vibrant beginnings -- themes that encapsulate what New Year is all about. Pair it with white and gold to get that celebratory sheen to your get-together.
Silver and gold go surprisingly well with purple. It's a bold look to boldly welcome the year with -- trendy and modern, vogue and funky all in one genius stroke.
Pair the new year standard, silver, with bare wooden textures and hints of blue or green. The end result: beachy and bohemian. Perfect for the gypsies at heart, it's a unique look for a New Year shindig.
A little bit of everything -- it works, too, especially if you're throwing a New Year party for kids. Use metallic craft paper and turn your event into a glitzy riot of color.