(Wow, this post is late! At least I'm getting it in before February)
SO! I had a fabulous New Years Eve party. It was an amazing party that I plan to have every year. I love when my home is filled with people having fun. There were many surprises for the party goers. Here are some pictures from the wonderful night!
I stuck to my color palate of Red, Silver, Black and White very closely. Everything had a Vegas theme and I loved how it turned out. Check out my inspiration post here.
White candelabra from ZGallerie, Black/Rhinestone Tray from ZGallerie, White feather plums from ZGallerie, Flower balls created from materials from Hobby Lobby, Vases from Rummage Roundup last year, fake ice from Pottery Barn (09), place cards made from materials from Michael's, card holders from Amazon.
To stick with the casino night theme, I worked with A Casino Event here in Dallas to help bring the games of Vegas to my home. I thought it would be a great way to bring my different groups of friends together. It was great! There was gambling until the ball dropped and we gave prizes for the top four high rollers.
Our top winner at $34,000 in play money!! They only started with $1,000!
One of the biggest surprises of the night was the Smilebooth. It's the coolest photo booth set up I've seen. They basically set up a photo booth but you are in control of when the pictures are taken. There is a little remote and they can take some awesome candid photos. They're awesome quality!!! They have an awesome selection of backgrounds. They're all across the US. Perfect for parties and celebrations. Here are some pictures from the party:
I will always use Smilebooth at every celebration! They'll be there next year!!
I did a post about the two dress options I had. I last minute ended up going with the silver. The gold was just a liiiiiiittle too low cut. I knew I'd be messing with the neckline all night. The dress is Parker, purchased from Neiman Marcus. I loved pairing it with my Kendra Scott earrings.
It was an amazing night! Everything I wanted it to be. I wanted to celebrate the year that passes and welcome 2012. Can't wait to throw the bash again next year.