****Originally posted December 2013****
Now that Christmas is over I am in full New Years mode! This year I have decided to throw a small New Years Day brunch. Because why should the party end after New Years Eve? Just a fun morning with close friends! I went ahead and pulled most of it together in case any of you need some New Years ideas! I used Tiny Prints Pop Fizz Clink invitations (they have super rush shipping so you can still order!) and the theme just grew from there! While I plan to have a healthy menu..I mean it will be Jan. 1st ...you know when we all plan to be healthy and skinny for a whole year! I still splurged with a Mimosa Bar and one sweet...cupcakes!!! Its not a party without cupcakes! If you have a Gigi's Cupcakes near you go ahead and order their box of mini top hat and champagne cupcakes...yum! You will also be supporting a Nashville based company so win-win!
Ok, enough chit-chat...pictures are better!
I repurposed the matching Pop Fizz Clink gift enclosure tags as menu signs!
To create a small table next to the front door I pulled out a vintage brass luggage rack and topped it with an oversize tray (Altuzurra Tray from last years Neiman Marcus for Target collection). I used the sticker Gift Tags and gold glitter card stock to create thank you labels for small bottles of Prosecco... perfect parting gift!
I hope this inspires some of you to throw your own brunch!
Recreate the look for yourself...sources:
Gift Enclosure Tags (used as food labels)
Gift Tag Stickers (used on champagne gifts)
Tassel Garland: I DIYd using blossom, ivory, silver, and gold tissue. (DIY instructions here...or buy similar here)
Slate Satin Ribbon was used for banner, garland, and gift tags
Sequin table runner from Homegoods (similar here)
Dinnerware (I already owned...similar here)
Gigi's Cupcakes (Champagne & Tophats)
Resolution cards: I printed on card stock and backed with Kate Spade reversible gift wrap to add an extra touch
Party horns, hats, and curling ribbon all from party supply store
*This post is part of a collaboration. However all content and opinions are my own!