How To Celebrate Like It's 2021

How To Celebrate Like It's 2021

Because 2020 is almost over! Thank heavens!

We have been waiting for this moment all year. Literally. All year. We don't know about you, but we are so ready to kick 2020 to the curb -- but in style and of course, at home.

How are we going to do that? In a few easy steps...

1. Hello. Need we say it? Order Social Studies.

This is not a regular night. This is the last night of arguably the worst year on record, which means it is cause for a CELEBRATION. A celebration involves a very fun table. And lucky for you, we are here to help. Just reach out to with any inquiries! Here are two tables to get you inspired...

The Doppio for you maximalists!
Broken Beauty if you're partial to a more subtle wow-factor.

2. While you're at it, add on our NYE Occasion Box.

Again, it's a celebration that should involve some SPARKLE.

And chocolates.

And yes, Black-Eyed Peas.

NYE in a box, right this way!

3. Let's make it a theme.

Who doesn't love a theme? It could be Pajamas & Heels. Or Disco Queen. You could even encourage your housemates to get really creative and dress up like the year 2020 itself!

PJs, check. Toast-worty beverage, check.

4. Have a "special guest" appear on Zoom.

You can hire a magician, a mentalist, or simply set up a time to "see" a friend your holiday pod is missing. It will create a nice moment for the night and make it different from any other.

5. Game nights have gotten a bad rap in the past, but we've seen a huge resurgence of the good 'ol game night this past year. It allows for an activity - and a healthy way to release some of that 2020 aggression 😉

Check out our assortment of games here, plus two of our favorites below.

Or The Celebrity Couples Memory Game for you pop-culture enthusiasts.

6. For the last hour of 2020 - have a playlist ready and DANCE. IT. OUT.

We have a plethora for you to choose from right here.

As the clock approaches midnight on the 31st, the most important thing to do is CHEERS. You made it through. A vaccine is here. Brighter days are ahead.