Toast in the New Year With These 11 Gorgeous Glasses

When you’ve hosted a New Years Eve party or two, you know what the most important part of your bash is. No, it not the tiny fancy appetizers. If you guessed the photo booth, guess again. For those of you who guessed the bubbly, you’re correct! A New Years Eve party isn’t complete without some kind of alcohol. While cocktails are lavish, drinks don’t have to be fancy. Actually, you can serve fizzy champagne in a pretty glass and call it a night! No one will argue. Check out these 11 gorgeous glasses that will help you toast in the new year.

Colored champagne flutes

I just love the simple lines and muted colors of these champagne flutes. Whether you buy a few of one color or mix and match, they’ll totally bring the glam of your bar cart way way up. (via Anthropologie)

Gold patterned glasses

How about a pretty pattern in gold on your glasses? I promise, no matter what you put in these, from simple champagne to whiskey sours, those gilded patterns will make anything look gorgeous. (via West Elm)

Diamond glasses

These diamond glasses are going to be the toast of the party. Especially if you serve something fizzy and pink in them! They’ll make the party decor all by themselves. (via Urban Outfitters)

Classic cocktail glasses

Don’t be hesitant to go classic vintage with your drinks. And when you do, please serve them in these classic vintage styled glasses. Guests will feel like Grace Kelly and Cary Grant drinking out of these. (via West Elm)

Gold bubbles glassware

I’ve had my eyes on these polka dotted glasses for a long long time. Won’t they look simply glamorous when filled with bubbly champagne? It’s like gilded bubble twice over. (via Anthropologie)

Geo glassware

For the modern bar cart, these geo glasses are simple and perfect. Pair them with simple black stirrers for the guys and deck the rims in sugar for the girls. (via West Elm)

Pink champagne flute

In my opinion, pink is the best. So when I saw these pink champagne flutes, I fell into an infatuation. They’re such the perfect shade of ballerina pink that will look stunning in all your selfies. (via CB2)

Gilded dots coupe

That glass is called a coupe. Yet another lovely example of glassware that has a vintage touch, but those metallic polka dots will keep it from looking too kitchy on your bar cart. (via Anthropologie)

Gold chevron glasses

What’s better than a set of gilded chevron glasses? A set of gilded chevron glasses with a matching decanter. These guys will look amazing next to your tiny fancy appetizers. (via Amazon)

Pop clink drink glasses

For the young hosts, provide a few of these phrase glasses on your bar cart this New Years. I wouldn’t blame you if you put a patterned paper straw in them just for kicks. (via Urban Outfitters)

Shatterproof glasses

Get ready to be amazed. These glasses… are shatter-proof. If you know that a guest you’re inviting usually partakes of a little too much, make sure they get one of these so you don’t have to clean up broken glass later. (via Terrain)