Silver, Black & Gold Decorations & Party Supplies for Your New Year's Eve Event
Black and gold are classic colors for New Year's Eve – maybe the most classic. At Party City, we're not sure why this is, but we admit that the practice of celebrating New Year's Eve with a black and gold party theme didn't start with us. Despite all appearances, and as much we'd like to take credit for it, we're merely following a tradition of ringing in the New Year with silver, black, and gold decorations and party supplies.
Yes, we slipped another color in there: silver. That's because silver goes with black and gold the way chips go with salsa, or noise makers go with New Year's Eve. All classic combinations with a long history.
The history of black and gold theme parties reaches back at least as far as the 1920s. The Roaring 20s, stoked by the Volstead Act which meant to stamp out the sort of revelry we associate with New Year's Eve but utterly backfired, leaving us with flappers, speakeasies, and black and gold color schemes stamped on the brain of nearly every American planning a New Year's Eve bash. Vintage glamor. The Great Gatsby. Hot jazz. All these things come to mind when you break the silver, black, and gold decorations and supplies out of the box.
Party kits offer the easiest route to your black and gold party theme. Your options include:
Silver, black & gold party kits: These contain a set of hats, headbands, costume accessories, and noise makers for a specific number of guests, i.e., 25 to 200.
Black & gold decorations kits: Decorations kits give you all supplies needed to recreate the display in the photograph shown for each kit, for instance, a balloon arch, a wall decoration, or a room decoration.
Balloon decoration kits: Balloons are the decoration most closely associated with New Year's Eve, and here you'll not be wanting for choices. You can purchase a number balloon kit to spell out the year, a table decorating kit anchored by a champagne bottle balloon, or a kit for a massive centerpiece decoration like a balloon arch or garland.
Decorations and kits are just the start of this comprehensive New Year's Eve theme party, which includes matching tableware, costumes, and accessories as well. Shop well, and your table spread, decorations, and party guests will we decked in silver, black, and gold from stem to stern, so to speak. And isn't that what you intended?