Planning a New Years Eve party? NYE is one of my favorite holidays, and I look forward to attending my friends holiday party every year. Because she is a party planning genius, she has the PERFECT invitations to send out every December. You too can compete with her after you’ve read this article!
Champagne, gold, and a little rose. I think this invite is the perfect thing for any celebration. You can’t go wrong with confetti! \ Minted $44
Regularly shaped snowflakes would have been too Christmas themed for a New Years Eve party. But uniquely shaped ones like these? No way. Plus, they only really look like they could resemble a snow flake if you squint, no one will ever know! \ Minted $60
Cocktails and New Years Eve go together like peanut butter and jelly! Just in case you had to convince guests to attend your party (nothing brings people together like free booze) 😉 \ Minted $60
Keep things classy and simple with a black invitation with elaborate patterings. Fonts like these cannot be beat! \ Minted $46
After all, we are celebrating the new year, aren’t we? Keep things focused around the change of date with an invitation centered around the new year. \ Minted $46
Toast to the New Year with a simple black and gold scripted invitation. The best thing about these is that the gold detailing actually reflects light! \ Minted $46
Cheers to the New Year with these gold-leafed invitations. Not only does your invite entice your guests, but it lets them know exactly what they’ll be doing; getting drunk! \ Minted $46