10 New Year's Eve Entertaining Essentials
Martha Stewart Collection 7-Pc. Bar Tool Set
Start with an assessment of your home bar. For serving your guests like a true mixologist, refer to this stainless steel bar tool set. It includes a double jigger, strainer, and more.
Gilded Rim Glassware
In this glassware set, the eye-catching gold rims pair beautifully with a subtle pink hue. Smaller than most other glasses, the Coupe is our favorite: it's perfect for small doses of potent cocktails served "up" sans ice.
Starting at $20, anthropologie.com
Celebration Wine Bowl
This oversized bowl makes a bold statement. Practical as it is pretty, this bowl — in your choice of sterling silver or copper finish — keeps your favorite beverages icy cold. When monogrammed, it becomes a family heirloom.
"Pop the Bubbly" Napkins
These paper napkins say it all. And on a night when the bubbly is flowing (and the chance of stains are admittedly high), we opt for disposable goods. We love this set in festive gold foil and whimsical lettering.
$7 for 20, papersource.com
Silhouette Scalloped Cake Stand
The golden age of Hollywood meets the modern age in this art deco-inspired stainless steel cake stand. A batch of glittery cupcakes look just as good as an entire cake.
Champagne Cork Puller
Popping open that bottle of bubbly should (regardless of the occasional over-pour) be done in style. Our tip? Try this handy cork puller with a coppery finish.
These champagne-inspired place cards feature rose gold foil in a bubbly dotted design. Use them to label hors d'oeuvre, cocktail garnishes at the home bar, or a guest's seat at the table.
$7.50 for 8, riflepaperco.com
Valerio Juicer & Muddler
This stainless steel tool features a citrus juicer on one end and a small pestle on the other. Designed by Guido Venturini, it's a must-have tool for the bar cart.
Martha Stewart Collection Cocktail Shaker
When the occasion calls for you to shake things up at the party (literally), reach for this home bar tool. This stainless steel shaker will work hard to serve up those martinis, gimlets, and whiskey sours.
What's a New Year's Eve party without a burst of confetti? Share this mix of white and silver with subtle iridescent hearts.
Starting at $10, theconfettibar.com