Ringing in the New Year With Rustic Decor — Creating Eye-Catching Table Decorations

27 Dec
Ringing in the New Year With Rustic Decor — Creating Eye-Catching Table Decorations

Ringing in the New Year with rustic decor is all about combining sparkle with a wisp of rustic whimsy to create an eye-catching table arrangement. One of the biggest focal points of any New Year’s event is always the table decorations. Here are several ideas to make your party table sparkle.


Candles provide a room with a soft glow when the hour strikes midnight. Consider placing glitter covered candles into a pair of Rocky Mountain Cabin Decor’s 21-inch rope twist candlesticks to truly capture admiring looks during the New Year celebrations. Metal ribbons wrapped around the statuesque candlesticks. will quickly provide the shine you might be seeking. Sprinkle a couple of handfuls of shiny foil stars across a white tablecloth to help catch and reflect the candlelight for a finishing touch to your New Year’s table decor.

Placemats and Napkin Holders

New Years is a time to say farewell to the previous year and look forward to the upcoming spring. One of the best ways to do that is to add a touch of the great outdoors to your holiday table. Bring a bit of nature to your New Year’s table decor by utilizing pinecone decorated placemats combined with ribbons adorned with small pine cones to use as napkin holders. Take the small pine cones you gathered and roll them in a bit of glue and glitter to create sparkle and shine before tying them to the ribbons and wrapping them around the napkins.


The table’s centerpiece can be simple or elaborate. Rocky Mountain Cabin Decor’s acorn urn will comfortably hold a large bundle of white spider mums, blue Atlas cedar branches, and seeded eucalyptus. Take the arrangement and lightly spray it with silver floral spray to make the floral arrangement sparkle and shine.

When creating rustic table decorations that stand out, remember that a New Year’s celebration can be simple or elaborate but should always sparkle.

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Posted by on December 27, 2015 in Uncategorized


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