New Year’s Eve Party Table Setting

It’s time to ring in the New Year! Hosting at your place but not sure how to set up your table? Here’s how to create the perfect sparkly New Year’s Eve party table setting. (It’s easier than you might think!) For the table inspiration, we looked to black and white tuxedos and sequenced party dresses. To recreate our classy silver themed dinner look at home, read below for all the table essentials you will need. Who’s ready for the countdown?
New Year’s Eve Party Table Setting
SHOP THE ITEMS:

Holiday Sequined Placemat
Dress up your table by adding some sparkle to your New Year’s Eve celebrations.
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Kate Spade Parker Place Dinnerware Collection
This classy black and white dish set will ground the sequence of your New Year’s Eve table setting while the platinum detailing works well with the silver table accents.
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Metal Star Confetti
Sprinkle these metallic star confetti pieces across the center of your table for a non-messy confetti option this New Year’s Eve.
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Kate Spade Grace Avenue Flute Glasses
Make sure you have beautiful champagne glasses to help you toast in the New Year with a glass of Champagne.
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Vera Wang Arden Cutlery Set
This sleek and elegant cutlery set will match perfectly with the Kate Spade Parker Place Dinnerware Collection.
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Luxe Metallic Silver Napkins
These shimmery napkins effortlessly pull together your New Year’s Eve party setting matching with the sequenced placement.
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Silver Diamond Faux Leather Napkin
Add a bit of bling to your table with the diamond detailing around your silver napkins.
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Stephanie White

Stephanie is a home decorating and DIY blogger and a contributing author for LC Living. She also authors her home blog Two Zero One, and is a self-proclaimed Pinterest addict who adores following the latest design trends and tackling any do it yourself project no matter how large always with a coffee in hand.

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