pop, fizz, clink with tiny prints

Sometimes planning a New Year’s Eve party can be a little overwhelming with unnecessary pressures if you’re playing hostess. I’ve teamed up with Tiny Prints this week to bring you this post for an easy and fun way to serve your bubbly this New Year’s!

What You’ll Need:

The mini bottles are an alternative to serving bubbly out of traditional champagne glasses. Not only does this mean every guests gets his or her own bottle but you also don’t have to worry about buying extra glasses for the evening.

Tiny Print gift tags are perfect to tie on each bottle – you can add your own hand written message or customized them online. I did both! I think these also make creative New Year’s gifts for friends and family even if you’re not hosting a party on the 31st.

The best part? The sparklers, of course. Tie a sparkler to each bottle and then your guests will not only toast to 2014 at midnight but also enjoy a little fun and sparkle too.

The straws can be used once the bottles are popped and by displaying them in champagne glasses, this will tie the entire NYE theme together.

As you already know, this year I decided to forgo Christmas cards and instead mail New Year’s Cards to my list (also pictured here). The custom “Pop Fizz Clink” design matches the gift tags and if you’re hosting, you can also have a card ready for each guest to leave with or send later on via snailmail.

Hopefully this inspired you to ring in 2014 as the hostess with the mostest!

P.S. Don’t forget to check out Tiny Prints for cards and other customized products!

2 Responses to pop, fizz, clink with tiny prints

  1. Jen says:

    Hi, I just discovered your blog via Southern Blogger Society and I love it! Great job :) Just followed you on Bloglovin.

    By the way, those mini champagne bottles are adorable.

    xx,
    jen

    comfortably chic

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