Ring in with a Mid-Century New Year’s Bash

Check out these fabulous must haves for your Mid-Century inspired New Year’s Party.

newyear1Serve your guests with delightful morsels out of 1960’s-styled Starline dishwarmers from the Rodney Kent collection. This serving station includes two milk glass bowls with gold-star clear lids.

newyear2Found in the vintage classic cookbook, The Joys of Jello, these adorable pink tea cakes are the perfect delectable desert for guests with a mid-century sweet-tooth. All you need is gelatin, yellow cake mix, and grated coconut. For further details and mid-century recipes, check out mid-century menu

Newyear3What’s a New Year’s Bash without cocktails or the perfect party glasses? You can find these fabulous Mid-Century cocktail glasses on Ebay for the low, low price of $10.

Newyear4Need a Mid-Century centerpiece? Try finding something similar to this pre-war era plate. http://fab.com/inspiration/mid-century-party-tray

Looking for that perfect, glamorous dress to rock your party in style? Try this beauty, or any of the other fabulous styles at Modcloth.com. End of the year sales are going on now, and expedited shipping will ensure the receipt of your dress by New Years.newyear5

Want to send Party invites? Check out Punchbowl.com. They have some cool invitations that can be sent via e-mail!

Just remember that the most important thing behind throwing a successful shindig is being an awesome hostess (think 1950s housewife). Other than that, relax, have fun, and Happy New Years!

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