New Years events can range from the ridiculous to the sublime. New Years events are usually packed full of traditional holiday iconography like the New Years baby that signifies the birth of the year and the promise of the future. Often the New Years baby is pictured with its counterpart, Father Time, who is pictured as an old man with a long gray beard. Father Time is often pictured with a scythe similar to the one that is usually shown in the skeletal hands of the grim reaper. These two characters, the New Years baby and old Father Time, are often pictured on New Years decorations that adorn the walls of many rooms that hold New Years events.
Some New Years events are luxurious affairs complete with expensive champagne. These parties are often seen as a great excuse to dress up in truly elegant evening wear, and many memorable fashions have been purchased off the rack at stores to wear to New Years events. Some people who have the financial means and the leisure time even hire dressmakers and designers to create unique, personally tailored, one of a kind fashions for New Years events. The most posh and exclusive New Years events are filled with this kind of haute couture. These kinds of highbrow New Years events are much less likely to feature traditional New Years iconography like the baby and old Father Time, and are much more likely to focus on elegant décor featuring sophisticated color schemes.
Traditional colors for the décor at New Years events include white, black, gold, and silver. This pristine color spectrum gives the feeling of clean promise that exemplifies the spirit of New Years Eve. New Years Eve is a time of new beginnings as much as it is a time of endings, and New Years events are almost always decorated to reflect this feeling of promise and potential that comes with the clean slate of a whole new year. Because New Years Eve is seen as a time of beginnings, it is little wonder then that New Years Eve is an increasingly popular time to have a wedding. A New Years Eve wedding may not be as traditional as a ceremony in June, but a New Years Eve wedding can be a truly special occasion that remains memorable for years to come.
A New Years Eve wedding is often a very formal black tie affair featuring expensive luxury foodstuffs like caviar and champagne. New Years events are already associated with these kinds of highbrow indulgences, and since a wedding is often a time when a couple throws out common sense in favor of celebration, a New Years Eve wedding is the ideal time to capitalize on the power of both of these types of traditions by throwing a memorable and expensive wedding celebration. New Years events are always memorable, but none is more charming than a New Years Eve wedding. Of all of the possible kinds and styles of New Years events held all over the globe, there are few New Years events more romantic than watching a bride and groom share a midnight kiss at a New Years Eve wedding. A New Years Eve wedding can help a New Years Eve feel like the beginning of something truly substantial not only for the couple but for all of the lucky guests as well.