Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 03, 2013
Influenced by the Huffington Post article “How to Host a Glamorous New Year's Eve Wedding,” Do the Bride a Favor offers a few fun ideas for the ceremony and reception.
There is perhaps no better way to ring in the New Year than with family and friends. Gathering for a wedding ceremony as well can be a wonderful occasion with a very light-hearted atmosphere. When considering planning for a New Year's Eve wedding, here are a few considerations for making it a success.
For themed colors, go with the traditional New Year's Eve glittery silver and gold. While it's best not to over do the party atmosphere (unless that is the bride's intention), subtle accented décor like confetti and balloons can work well for the reception area. Noise makers placed on the receptions for the big countdown toward midnight can also be fun.
To really make the evening feel like a New Year's Eve celebration, have the guests dress to the occasion. Do the Bride a Favor said, “We have seen masquerade type receptions and they were done really well. Usually guests wear tuxedos and ballroom gowns, and we've even seen the bride and groom wear masks too.”
No New Year's Eve is complete without party favors. And no wedding is complete without custom wedding favors. For non edible favors, champagne glasses with a personalized message or date is a nice touch for a New Year's event. It also doubles for a toast to the start of a new year and to the new wedded couple. Another idea is filling a champagne glass with candy or gumballs by color. M&Ms, skittles and other smaller rounder candies are good choices.
As the previous year comes to a close and a new year begins, celebrating a new wedded life together can be a wonderful experience for the wedding guests and couple. Embracing the elements that make a new year special and utilizing them in a wedding celebration creates a very memorable event.
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