What are your plans for New Years Eve? We’ll be staying in as a family, but that doesn’t have to stop us from making a few fun and festive NYE cocktails.
Yes, you have hit the NYE Cocktail DIY jackpot!
Upcycle Christmas into NYE – make a tinsel drink pick.
Cut a small section (2-3”) of tinsel garland. Use a hot glue gun to wrap and stick on top of a cocktail pick.
If you don’t have a cocktail pick, grab some wooden skewers online or in the grilling section of the grocery store. You can custom cut the picks to the perfect size for your glassware.
If you don’t want to use real champaign glasses (or don’t have enough) you can use these affordable plastic flutes!
Decorate with leftover curling ribbon or tie a wire bow around the flute stem.
Turn wrapping paper or bags into a flute flag.
Leftovers from the Christmas fruit display?
Skewer the fruit, freeze, and pull them out right before you pour your NYE champagne.
Convert Christmas letters printed on pretty paper or premium wrapping paper into NYE-themed paper fortune cookies like these, inspired by Unsophisticook.
Add a splash of fun flavor, topping with raspberry, orange, or almond liqueur.
It is best if the liqueur is chilled too.
Enjoy a simple aromatic bubbly NYE cocktail.
Decorate your glass – better yet, let your guests do it!
Rim the flute of your champaign glass with a decorative gold or silver sugar. So sparkly!
Let your guests make DIY-on-the-fly pipe cleaner drink charms.
Use festive sparkly pipe cleaners to shape names and dates that can easily be added to each guest’s glass. Such a fun personalized touch!
Concoct a simple champagne NYE cocktail – pineapple upside down fizz.
Whip up a chocolate bliss champagne NYE cocktail.
cannot stress this enough. This drink is ahhh-mazing!
Make a festive and fruity sorbet champagne NYE cocktail.
Have some nostalgic fun with champagne Jell-o shots!
THE COLD WATER STEP. Pour the jell-o into a brownie pan (8×8 or 9×9).Chill
in the refrigerator for 3-4 hours.
See, I told you this was the NYE cocktail gold mine!!
And aren’t her photos divine? Thanks so much for guest posting, Renee!