After hosting two parties for Christmas time, I wanted to challenge myself to see if I could set up a New Year’s station with spending little to no money, and creatively using what I already owned. I am proud to say other than the cost of the balloons I was able to do just that.
Balloon garlands are WAAYY easier than you probably think they are, and a cheap way to spruce up a space for a gathering. I am linking one of the best tutorials I found on Youtube if you want to tackle it yourself as well!
The only time I condone hoarding is when it comes to different party decor items. 😂 I had held on to gold sprayed bottles for a few years I picked up at a ladies Christmas tea, and tulle I saved from packing a few years ago as well.
I propped up a cheese board and layered it with little dessert bowls, and made a cucumber, mint and lime water mix to tie in with the green eucalyptus I already owned as well. You can never have too much eucalyptus am I right?!
I also wanted a way to show what year it was, but didn’t want to buy 2020 balloons or signs so I used a larger letter board to do the job.
I hope this inspires you to think outside the box when it comes to decorating and designing. I would love to see how you styled your NYE party! 😊
I feel so blessed to say 2019 was a great year. I bought my first house, continued to heal from hurts, and discovered a deep passion and joy for home renovation and design. God has continued to work patiently on my heart in learning He is where my value and identity lies.
I am looking forward to 2020 with anticipation. I am praying that I would be brave this year. I would step out into the open door and opportunities and trust in the adventure that God is calling us to sweetly walk with Him in, and I pray for the same sense of wonder for you as well. May we be courageous in the new year!
5 The Lord will deliver them to you, and you must do to them all that I have commanded you. 6 Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrifiedbecause of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.” Deut. 31:5-6