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Silver + Blue New Year’s Eve Party Ideas

Good morning and happy Monday, friends! I hope everyone had the most amazing holiday weekend. Mine was both busy and quiet, and I got to spend lots of time with my enormous extended family, which is always the best. Today I’m sharing a pretty little New Year’s Eve inspiration shoot from my lovely friends Alice and Beth of Alice G. Patterson Photography. They set the scene with loads of blue and silver and an abundance of sparkle and candlelight. I love this approach to New Year’s Eve entertaining. Jars and trays of ornaments (which will be on sale for a steal as of today) add lots of pretty color and color-coordinated treats easily bring everything together.

{Photos + styling by Alice G. Patterson Photography.}

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