Do you traditionally host a New Year's Eve party? If so, you are probably quite relaxed about the event that will bring in the new year, 2020. Maybe this is the first year that you will be hosting a New Year's Eve event. If so, you might be a bit stressed about everything that needs to be done.
No matter the scenario behind the planning of your party, have you decided to make it a very formal New Year's Eve party? If so, from arranging for a custom formal gown to establishing a formal setting in your home, here are some ideas that might help you.
Buy A Custom Formal Gown - Since you are the hostess, you certainly want to shine, don't you? With that in mind, have you considered arranging for the purchase of a custom formal gown? By doing so, you can be sure that nobody at the party will have a dress like yours.
Meet with an experienced seamstress or a tailor so that you can discuss together what you want in your New Year's Eve gown. The seamstress or tailor will have the training to know which colors will look best on you. For example, if you are a brunette, it might be suggested that you wear a true red gown. If you are a blond, maybe turquoise or light mocha will be recommended for your New Year's Eve gown.
Do you want a column dress with a simple design that will show off your beautiful figure? Maybe you want something more elaborate. Either way, the seamstress or the tailor will take exact measurements so that your gown will fit you like a glove. You'll more than likely need to return for more than one fitting, and then one last one before you take the gown home to wear for your big event.
Create An Elegant Setting - Think of two main components for your elegant New Year's Eve decorating. The first one is light, particularly light in the way of candles and dim lights in strategic places of the rooms where you will be holding the event.
The second component is silver or gold. Even if your china is patterned, place it on silver or gold chargers. If you use crystal goblets, tie a silver or a gold ribbon around them, just to add pizzaz to the table setting. Even if the silver and gold are not real, there's just something very special and elegant in both metals, isn't there?