Hosting a New Year’s Eve party is an all-night job. A great way to ensure you also have a great night is to add a bubbly bar to your New Year’s Eve decor.
A bubbly bar gives your guests the option to create their own unique sparkling wine and champagne cocktails. Giving your guests this option can take some stress off of the hostess and allows for creativity and fun! Here are a few tips on how to make the most out of your New Year’s Eve Bubbly Bar.
Signs: Let your guests know your bubbly bar is self-serve. Adding a decorative sign above the bar is a perfect way to draw attention to it. The signs can include phrases such as “Pop, Fizz, Clink”, “Mix It Up” or even just “Bubbly Bar”, the options are endless. Also offering small decorative signs on the table for instructions can be helpful to your guests.
Pick a Theme: Picking a theme is important to set the tone for your Holiday decorations. For New Year’s Eve, gold and glitter decor is a very popular way to create a traditional atmosphere. Using gold and glitter in your bubbly bar is an easy add-on. Adding a glitter tablecloth under the bar is a great way to make it stand out. Also adding gold napkins and gold straws are great ways to incorporate the colors of the theme. No matter what your theme is for your New Year’s Eve party, make sure your bubbly bar decorations fit the part.
Offer Variety: Some bubbly bars also offer vodka, fruit, and different syrups. This addition to your bubbly bar is great to accommodate different guests. Labeling is also important for this type of bubbly bar because of the multiple options. If you have a large variety, it also can make it easier for decorating, because you will not need as many add-ons. Too many decorations can make the bar look cluttered, so offering a large variety is great for a classic look.
Make Your Glasses Unique: Whether you decide to use plastic or glass champagne flutes, finding a way to make them unique is the best part of the bubbly bar. Adding glitter to the glass or adding a glitter straw is a perfect way to attract your guests to the bar.