A Black and Gold New Year’s Eve Celebration

Christmas is officially over and it’s time to ring in the New Year. When I think about what will inspire our New Year’s Eve party each year, I think about the past year. What’s happened this year and what we are celebrating.

This past year was Morsel’s first official year in business. At just 9 months old, this business has grown bigger than I ever could have imagined in just a short amount of time. Planning parties for my own families and others is my passion, and I consider myself lucky to have a job that makes me this happy.

Black and gold are a popular color combination this
season, especially for celebrating New Year’s. We combined those
trending colors with our logo to make A Glittery Black and Gold Morsel’s
Celebration!

 
This one of a kind cake topper was made for us by our good friend Bethany at Pink Poppy Party Shoppe. If you are in need of custom cake toppers and party supplies, check out her site here!

How adorable are K and M in our custom New Year’s pajamas? Brenda from Great Stitch made these for our two little models. She is an absolute pleasure to work with and her attention to detail is impeccable. The girls love wearing them!

The sweets are all Morsel’s creations. Including our newest offering: custom logo french macarons. These pretty black and gold macarons are oh-so-yummy and are stamped with our logo!

We already have some exciting parties on the books for 2015 and are very excited for what the new year will bring :)

Credits:

Styling, all edibles, banner, bows, bling sticks and wine bottle centerpieces: Morsels Party Planning
Cake Topper: Pink Poppy Party Shoppe
Pajamas: Great Stitch
Headbands: Posh Peanut
Popcorn Boxes and cupcake wrappers: Pick Your Plum
Table Runner, backdrop and black/white ruffled banner: Target

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