• New Years Eve Wedding Trends

  • New Years Eve

    What better day to celebrate your love with all your friends & family then on New Years Eve?! This holiday is based on new beginnings, celebrations, and going out with a bang. You may be skeptical about hosting your big day on a holiday, but most people are looking for a party to attend and a place to be with their loved ones. Why not give them the perfect celebration to take part in? There are a few trends Plan It has fallen in love with to make your New Years Eve wedding (sparkly) and memorable.

    Add sparkle to your day:

    Adding sparkle to your wedding can be a fun way to show off your personality and to keep your guests’ eyes on specific details. You can make your bridesmaids dress full sequins, add a sparkle bling to your wedding cake, or have your grand exit with sparklers. If table decor was big on your list, add sparkle to your linens, chairs, or centerpieces. Your wedding photos will pop and you & your love will be surrounded by a shimmery light of glitter!

    New Years Eve decorations:

    Adding bit of New Years Eve fun to your wedding is encouraged! Have a Photo Booth? Go ahead and add some noise makers, party hats, and glasses with the new year printed on them. Make favors for your guests that includes anything they may need to count down the new year with you. Another fun & classy way to add New Years to your wedding is creating a specialty drink with a fun name, such as The Resolution.

    Champagne Toast 

    If you feel comfortable to step out of the box, skip the champagne for the speeches and toast with existing beverages or the specialty drink. Gather all your loved ones and get the DJ or MC to help you countdown the New Year together (champagne in hand). A fun aspect to add would be confetti cannons at the end of the countdown.

    However you choose to celebrate you New Year Wedding, Plan it will always be here to help & to offer our guidance. Go ahead, and create your own fireworks!

    First two photos found on Style Me Pretty

    Happy (Sparkly) New Year!