Happy New Year!
OK OK, I realise this is the first week of December and most of us don't have our Christmas trees up yet (my real tree arrives on Thursday yay!), but I'm already well excited about Hogmanay (thought I now live in London, as someone who was born and brought up in Scotland, New Year's Eve will always be Hogmanay to me - and evoke memories of haggis, ceilidhs and ill-advised snogging on Edinburgh's back streets).
Why am I already excited about Hogmanay? Well, apart from it being an excellent excuse to drink pink champagne (not that an excuse is ever really needed), I've also been getting in the Auld Year's Night party spirit thanks to Wayfair, who asked me to curate and style a selection of their products in my own home, while sharing my tips on getting your home ready for a fizz-fuelled New Year's knees-up.
I'll be honest, I hadn't spent much time on Wayfair's website before, but I found the process of finding and selecting fabulous party-ready home decor from their site really enjoyable: click HERE to see my NYE party picks!
Not only is there a huge range of styles - and more than enough pink, gold, marbley gorgeousness to satisfy my tastes - it's really easy to navigate and find exactly what you're looking for. Each category of product is broken down into easily-searchable sub-categories, so you don't waste valuable time you could be spending on arguing with your other half about the seating plan.
These here are just a few teaser photos from my Wayfair X The Pink House New Year party - click HERE to see the whole OTT shoot (minimalists steer clear) complete with incredible flowers and massive stone urn by Hayford & Rhodes, to shop my curated party decor selection (special shout out to the lust-worthy gold cutlery, round bar cart of dreams, look-expensive-but-aren't-really champagne flutes, and ridiculously affordable marble-based lamp), and read my tips and thoughts on styling a Hogmanay party your mates will still be talking about in 2019. Now, where did I put that haggis...
This post was sponsored by Wayfair, but as always, all opinions and ideas are my own. If I don't like something, I won't write about it. If you're a brand looking to work with The Pink House, please contact email@example.com