New Year’s Eve Bar Cart

My favorite way to celebrate NYE is a small gathering at home. There can be so much pressure to make it a crazy celebration, but the best ones we’ve had, have been at home with a delicious meal, a cozy fire, and lots of charming details!

Whether you are hosting a big bash or an intimate gathering, toasting in the new year is definitely on the agenda. This bar is the perfect way to add charm to your NYE. It has everything from festive party supplies, delicious food, and bubbly drinks! It’s easy to put together and your guests will love it.

Follow these 5 steps to create a fun, festive NYE Bar Cart and entertain in style.

How To Create A Fabulous New Year’s Eve Bar Cart?

1. The Bar Cart:

First off, you need a bar cart! If you don’t have one already you can also create a space on the counter, table or a simple standing tray. Make the bar as big or small as you please!

2. Bar Cocktail Drinks:

Stock your bar cart with champagne. You can also buy sparkling white wine, sparkling rosé or sparkling cider.

3. Barware:

Fill an ice bucket with a few bottles of Champagne and have champagne glasses for self-serving.

4. Food:

My goal was to have everything easy to serve and easy to eat.

I made some jarcuterie for easy serving and added some gold and silver tinsel toothpicks for a more festive look. Click HERE for my New Year’s Eve Jarcuterie post.

Popcorn is another great addition. I pre packed cellophane bags, sealed each bag with some black ribbon and a personalized tag.

Lastly, I added some Ferrero Rocher chocolate and some After Eight Mint Chocolate Thins.

5. New Year’s Eve Party Supplies:

I added some party hats and tiaras and popped some blowers in a vase. I also got some cute tags to add to some sparklers. Don’t forget to add stirrers and napkins too!

And there you have it! A fun New Year’s Eve party idea that will wow your guests and make your NYE party at home festive and fun!

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New Year’s Eve Jarcuterie


  • Author: Shamila Sobers
  • Total Time: 15 minutes

Description

An individual charcuterie idea that comes in cute little mason jars! They are so simple to put together and I love that you can customize them to fit your guests tastes and dietary restrictions as well!


Ingredients

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  • 16oz pack La Panzanella Mini Artisan Crackers
  • 14.23oz bag Asturi Bruschettini, Classico Virgin Olive Oil
  • 112.5oz jar Cornichons
  • 14oz package Salami
  • 18oz block Pepper jack cheese cubes
  • 18oz wheel Smoked Gouda
  • 1 pound Red and Green Grapes
  • 110z bag Whole almonds
  • 16oz container Fresh Blackberries
  • 17oz bag Brookside dark chocolate Pomegranate or Blueberry flavor
  • 8 regular Toothpicks
  • 8 toothpicks with tinsel
  • 84oz jars

Instructions

  1. Fill each jar with 8 almonds and 6 chocolates. Top with 4-6 grapes.
  2. Place the mini artisan crackers vertically upright in the back of each jar.
  3. Place 1-2 bruschettini in front of the  artisian cracker.
  4. Slice gouda into triangles and add 3 to each jar.
  5. Fold 2 rounds of salami in and half and then another half before threading onto toothpick. Then add one cornichon on top before adding to the jar.  
  6. Thread 2 cubes of pepper jack cheese into the tinsel toothpick and add to jar.
  7. Finish by placing one blackberry in each jar.

Notes

You can store these individual charcuterie jars in the fridge for up 6 hours before serving. 

  • Prep Time: 15 minutes

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