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Ah, New Year’s Eve: I might be in the minority here, but it is one of my favorite holidays. We usually never do anything too grand . Most years we just celebrate at one of our friend’s houses. I made the mistake of venturing out into D.C. for an open bar a few times in my early twenties, and I now know that is a horrendous option — those open bars have way too many people, too much drama, and they’re incredibly overpriced. Even if I’m celebrating at a house party or at a dinner, I always use it as an excuse to dress to the nines and drink some bubbly!

If you’re celebrating at home this year, here’s a super easy bar cart ideas to jazz up your bar cart and make your space more festive!

My New Year’s Eve Bar Cart Ideas

I bought my for the first apartment that I moved into after I graduated from college, and have been styling it ever since. I’m not going to lie: it doesn’t have a “proper” home in my new place, and it sits in a hallway near my master bedroom right now, but I still love to decorate it every season and bust it out for special occasions. It rolls around, so I can move it to wherever it’s convenient.

We have a spare bedroom that no one really needs to access during parties, so we decided to add a in front of the spare bedroom door and provide a space for our bar cart while entertaining. I also finally picked up a from Pottery Barn so we can chill our champagne in style serving as an ice bucket, which wasn’t a bad idea for a gal on a budget!)

My two favorite things to pair with champagne? Sweets and oysters! I opted for the former since I didn’t quite have the budget for oysters this year. If you live near a Duck Donuts, they have some pretty delicious holiday-flavored donuts that would be the perfect addition, and we grabbed some mint chocolate cookies and pistachios from Trader Joe’s.

We picked up most of the party supplies from our local party store I am in love with the air-filled, non-floating 2019 balloons we got: you can set up your party early, and don’t have to worry about anything deflating. We used twine to hang these balloons up as a fun banner, and this would make for a fun photo backdrop if you want to move the bar cart!

I hope you enjoyed these bar cart ideas! Happy New Year’s, my friends! Stay safe!

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Ah, New Year’s Eve: I might be in the minority here, but it is one of my favorite holidays. We usually never do anything too grand . Most years we just celebrate at one of our friend’s houses. I made the mistake of venturing out into D.C. for an open bar a few times in my early twenties, and I now know that is a horrendous option — those open bars have way too many people, too much drama, and they’re incredibly overpriced. Even if I’m celebrating at a house party or at a dinner, I always use it as an excuse to dress to the nines and drink some bubbly!

If you’re celebrating at home this year, here’s a super easy bar cart ideas to jazz up your bar cart and make your space more festive!

I bought my for the first apartment that I moved into after I graduated from college, and have been styling it ever since. I’m not going to lie: it doesn’t have a “proper” home in my new place, and it sits in a hallway near my master bedroom right now, but I still love to decorate it every season and bust it out for special occasions. It rolls around, so I can move it to wherever it’s convenient.

We have a spare bedroom that no one really needs to access during parties, so we decided to add a in front of the spare bedroom door and provide a space for our bar cart while entertaining. I also finally picked up a from Pottery Barn so we can chill our champagne in style serving as an ice bucket, which wasn’t a bad idea for a gal on a budget!)

My New Year’s Eve Bar Cart Ideas

My two favorite things to pair with champagne? Sweets and oysters! I opted for the former since I didn’t quite have the budget for oysters this year. If you live near a Duck Donuts, they have some pretty delicious holiday-flavored donuts that would be the perfect addition, and we grabbed some mint chocolate cookies and pistachios from Trader Joe’s.

We picked up most of the party supplies from our local party store I am in love with the air-filled, non-floating 2019 balloons we got: you can set up your party early, and don’t have to worry about anything deflating. We used twine to hang these balloons up as a fun banner, and this would make for a fun photo backdrop if you want to move the bar cart!

I hope you enjoyed these bar cart ideas! Happy New Year’s, my friends! Stay safe!

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My New Year’s Eve Bar Cart Ideas

Chuck Taylor All Star '70s Velvet High Top Sn...

Chaser Gauzy Cotton Jersey Basic Slim Tee

Pullover with Floral Panel by Clu

Shop 525 America Cashmere Turtleneck

Rosalina Sleeveless Shell Sweater at Shopbop

My New Year’s Eve Bar Cart Ideas

BAM BAM Short Sleeve Tee at Shopbop

Alicia Tenise is a part of several affiliate advertising programs. This means that if you click and/or make a purchase through certain links on this site or any related social media platforms , I may make a commission from that click and/or purchase. Read our full privacy policy .

Alicia Tenise also occasionally receives some gifted items. I only feature items that I love on the blog, and all gifted items are marked ℅. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep this little blog's doors open!

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Ah, New Year’s Eve: I might be in the minority here, but it is one of my favorite holidays. We usually never do anything too grand . Most years we just celebrate at one of our friend’s houses. I made the mistake of venturing out into D.C. for an open bar a few times in my early twenties, and I now know that is a horrendous option — those open bars have way too many people, too much drama, and they’re incredibly overpriced. Even if I’m celebrating at a house party or at a dinner, I always use it as an excuse to dress to the nines and drink some bubbly!

My New Year’s Eve Bar Cart Ideas

If you’re celebrating at home this year, here’s a super easy bar cart ideas to jazz up your bar cart and make your space more festive!

I bought my for the first apartment that I moved into after I graduated from college, and have been styling it ever since. I’m not going to lie: it doesn’t have a “proper” home in my new place, and it sits in a hallway near my master bedroom right now, but I still love to decorate it every season and bust it out for special occasions. It rolls around, so I can move it to wherever it’s convenient.

We have a spare bedroom that no one really needs to access during parties, so we decided to add a in front of the spare bedroom door and provide a space for our bar cart while entertaining. I also finally picked up a from Pottery Barn so we can chill our champagne in style serving as an ice bucket, which wasn’t a bad idea for a gal on a budget!)

My two favorite things to pair with champagne? Sweets and oysters! I opted for the former since I didn’t quite have the budget for oysters this year. If you live near a Duck Donuts, they have some pretty delicious holiday-flavored donuts that would be the perfect addition, and we grabbed some mint chocolate cookies and pistachios from Trader Joe’s.

We picked up most of the party supplies from our local party store I am in love with the air-filled, non-floating 2019 balloons we got: you can set up your party early, and don’t have to worry about anything deflating. We used twine to hang these balloons up as a fun banner, and this would make for a fun photo backdrop if you want to move the bar cart!

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