13 Glam and Glittery Details for Your New Year's Eve Wedding

Confetti, disco ball escort cards, glitzy cake pops — these fun and festive touches are just what your December 31 nuptials need!

Updated 12/23/16

Callie Hobbs

No doubt about it, New Year's Eve is a special and symbolic evening to ring in your new marriage! But before you say "I do," there are a few decorative elements you'll want to make sure you incorporate into this most celebratory occasion. The décor — like the attire and beauty — is all about glitz and glamour.

From confetti to disco ball escort cards to glitzy cake pops, these fun and festive touches are just what you need to pull off a New Year's Eve wedding with some serious style.

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Champagne Tower

Wedding Champagne Tower

Larissa Cleveland Photography

Champs is the official beverage of celebrations. A tower of bubbly is the perfect way to kick off your cocktail hour! So pop a bottle, err twenty, and let the good times flow.

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New Year's Punch

New Year's Eve Wedding Signature Drink

Mirelle Carmichael

While you definitely can't go wrong with bubbly, sometimes it's even more fun to think outside of the bottle. Why not try a custom craft cocktail? How about your own signature New Year's punch?

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Boozy Napkins

Wedding Cocktail Napkins

Nicholas Griner Photographer

Black and gold is the go-to NYE color scheme for a reason. It's timeless and totally glam. For a fun touch, decorate basic black cocktail napkins with metallic details and a boozy phrase.

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Disco Ball Escort Cards

Disco Ball Wedding Escort Cards

Jade + Matthew Take Pictures

Ensure that every last detail of your big day screams par-tay with these DIY disco ball escort cards — a festive twist on traditional seating assignments.

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Festive Signage

Wedding Reception Dance Floor Sign

Simple Tapestry

A NYE wedding is nothing if not a party. Turn the dance floor into the main attraction with an eye-catching sign and make sure to keep the dance tunes going all night. Bonus points if you go all out and have a ball drop at the strike of midnight!

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Confetti

Confetti Wedding Favors at Place Setting

Love Me Do Photography

Confetti is a must! Leave little packets at each guest's seat, so they can throw it at the stroke of midnight (or whenever the mood strikes).

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Champagne Centerpiece

Anna Delores Photography

On this most celebratory occasion, why not give your booze a dose of black and gold and glitter? And when it's time for a toast, your most gregarious friends and family can get into the spirit by poppin' some bottles.

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Sequin Tablecloths

Sequin Wedding Tablecloth on Escort Table

Nicholas Griner Photographer

These sparkling sequin table cloths will guarantee your guests get the point that your wedding is a glam occasion — and signal that the event is anything but ordinary.

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Sparkly Cake

White and Gold Wedding Cake

Mary Otanez Photography

When it comes to your cake, you can't go wrong with tiered treat, complete with snow-white fondant and edible glitter. This sparkling confection is sure to capture everyone's attention!

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Glitzy Cake Pops

Gold Glitter Wedding Cake Pops

Courtesy of Becky Hardin / The Cookie Rookie

Not one for tiered treats? Break with tradition and dazzle guests with glitter-glazed cake pops. For a festive touch, accent your dessert table table with star garlands.

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Festive Photo Booth

Wedding Photo Booth

Anna Delores Photography

No rockin' NYE soiree is complete without a festive photo booth. A silver sequin backdrop will have all your guests smiling from ear to ear.

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New Year's Eve Props

New Year's Eve Party Hats

Jeremie Barlow Photography

Be sure to stock your photo booth with plenty of NYE props (you can even pass them out to guests on the dance floor!). Think sparkling party hats, tiaras and party blowers.

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Sparklers

Wedding Sparklers

Rad + In Love

Ditch the rice in lieu of a more festive send off, like sparklers! Display them by the exit for an extra decorative element and have guests grab them before your big goodbye.

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