Must Have New Year’s Decor For A Sparkly Celebration

Become the talk of your friend group with these pieces

New Year’s Eve traditions evolved as Zillennials aged and started curating their habits for the holiday season. Now, as aesthetics change and grow in variety, the decor has become a top priority in the market of those celebrating their first apartment or home.

Though you could enter your local store and buy basic items, that wouldn’t allow you to tap into your inner creativity and create a new vibe for the New Year’s celebration you may have. There’s nothing wrong with going above and beyond to emulate the inner alien superstar in your home.

Before midnight, add these sparkly must-have items to your cart to enter your new era of disruption for the new year.

New Year’s Eve Party Drink Pouches $13

For those who love making cocktails and mocktails, these drink pouches are the perfect homey touch to start the party as you entertain your guests for the holidays.

Mirror Disco Ball $14

The staple mirror disco ball is a New Year’s Eve staple and adds a nostalgic aesthetic to anyone looking to have a centerpiece in the home.

Wine Bottle Lights With Cork $15

Add a classy touch to your space with wine bottle lights to set the tone for a fun night at your parties and kickbacks to bring in a new era with style.

Artificial Greenery Stems $18

Flowers will always be a staple centerpiece in the home no matter the occasion. With the holiday season in full effect, it’s good to have a new arrangement for each occasion.

Flickering Flameless Candles $28

Setting the mood is the key factor for a successful function in the house, and these flameless candles are the perfect decor item for a room full of ambiance.

Sound Activated Party Lights $17

Party decor does not always have to be stuffy and serious, you’re also allowed to have fun. The sound-activated party lights allow your guests to have that club feeling for the new year instead of a dinner party vibe.

About Kenyatta: Clark Atlanta University and Medill School alumna Kenyatta Victoria is the Girls United writer covering everything from news, pop culture, lifestyle, and investigative stories. When not reporting, she’s diving deep into her curated playlists or binging her favorite comfort shows.

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