5 Ways to celebrate NYE 2021 at home

5 Ways to celebrate NYE 2021 at home

December 31, 2020

Even though 2020 is quickly coming to a close, it’s important to practice social distancing. The CDC recommends that new year's eve celebrations should be held in direct households to limit the spread of COVID-19. But that doesn’t mean our celebrations have to be boring! Try some of these ideas and start a new tradition!

 

Dress up

Dress up in your NYEs best! And I don’t mean just wear a sparkly dress, I mean go ALL OUT. Dress up just like you would if you were to go out to a party. We’re talking, sparkly dresses, shiny nail polish, heels and fancy makeup with your favorite D.Webb piece! Then, set up a designated photoshoot area with some props and take fun photos with your quarantine pals! See below for outfit inspiration!

2021 NYE Outfit inspiration

D.Webb Gold Corset Back Top
Star Necklace from Etsy
Farm Rio color-blocked skirt
Natasha Denona Gold Eyeshadow Palette
DSW knee-high boots
Live Love Polish nail glitter
Wax on Fire novelty candle

     

    Light candles

    Candles are the easiest way to make a room feel calm and fancy at the same time. Find a few of your favorites and decorate your dining table with them before you eat. It’ll feel like you’re out at a nice restaurant!

     

     

    Do a virtual toast with friends and family

    I know the ZOOM fatigue is so real for many of us, especially if you’re working from home. However, it’s still important to connect with friends and family. Make it fun and set up a virtual game night with your favorite people!

     

     

    Make a fancy dinner with cocktails

    What is it about fancy food that makes your mood so happy? NYE at home is the perfect time to make something decorative, like a charcuterie board and cranberry Moscow mules. Yum!

     

     

     Pop confetti at midnight

    Anything is more fun with confetti and NYE is no exception! I recommend making DIY confetti with colored paper or buying paper confetti. When the clock strikes 12:00 throw it in the air along with all the rough memories of 2020!

       

      How are you celebrating NYE this year? Tell us below!



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