7 Musts for a Tiki Chic New Year’s Eve Cocktail Party
2016 is on its way out the door and 2017 is ringing your Nutone doorbell. How are you planning to spend the eve of the new year? If you’re hoping to host a swanky cocktail party for you and your fellow modernists, make it tiki chic! Classy with that tropical touch, these 7 Hawaiiana-themed cocktail party essentials will ring in the new year with style!
The lynchpin of the cocktail party is the bar, and no classy tiki bar is complete without a cocktail shaker for those daiquiris and martinis. Blend the sparkle of a new year with the look of Hawaii’s classic fruit with this Gold Pineapple Cocktail Shaker.
If you’re going to do a classy tiki bar, you might as well go all out. Whether you’re just mixing drinks or handing out shots to the more adventurous among you, these Tiki Stacking Shot Glasses are a must.
Now, we’re fans of the classic multi-colored ceramic tiki mugs and we will always be. But there’s something just so refined about this subtle Tai Tall Cocktail Glass.
No MCM cocktail party is complete without some themed swizzle sticks to set the mood. We love this line of Hawaiian Party Drink Stirrers, and since they’re made to order, you can customize them in any color (or shine) you like. (Hint: The “gold mirror” finish matches your new pineapple shaker!)
With everything so neutral and refined, your typical loud cocktail napkins just wont do. Instead, try these Tiki Tattoo Cocktail Napkins to keep that earthy yet mod feel to the whole affair.
Your midcentury furniture is great to look at but require protection from stray cocktail glasses and condensation. That’s why we have coasters, right? To keep with the warm, tropical tiki theme for this cocktail party, we love this Rovinksy Coaster Set in Orange/Yellow for the funky illustrations and flashy colors.
Finally, you don’t want to overdo your home’s new year’s decor. Your ranch is amazing as-is, so just put up a few of these Gold Starburst Hanging Ornaments for a dash of sparkle and modernism.
Are You Ready for a New Year’s Eve Cocktail Party?
By Elise Portale