Thursday, July 19, 2012

Another great Summer Idea-Beach party!

Whether you actually host your beach party at the beach, or at home, you can host a fabulous beach party by following these tips:

Beach Party Invitations from Tiny Prints
  • Serve hot dogs, hamburgers, watermelon, etc. (easy stuff that you can prepare outdoors -so you don't miss any of the fun!). You can also serve potato or macaroni salads in kid's sand pails.>of course use only new pails, and sterilize completely.
    Fill big galvanized steel tubs full of ice and hide frozen 'Pop Ice' in the bottom to keep frozen for cooling off later, and put cans of tea, lemonade, and soda sticking in the ice on the top.
  • You can also make your own sno cones.
  • Decorate using beach towels as tablecovers
  • For an inexpensive centerpiece--the bottom dish of a terra cotta flower pot, filled with sand and small pebbles and a votive candle (preferably a citronella candle (to keep the mosquitos away)...or just fresh flowers in a simple mason jar...
  • Fill a wicker basket of extra sunglasses, sunscreen, aloe, and visors to make your guest more comfortable...
  • Fill a plastic or metal sand pail for each guest with the following: beach ball, squirt gun, fun sunglasses, goldfish crackers, etc. These items can be found very reasonable at Century Novelty.

Cute idea for a kid's beach party!

  • Decorate the yard with tiki torches, big pots of flowers, and lots of big beach balls in the pool. You can also add floating flowers in the pool.
  • Set up pool volleyball, or other pool games for a group.Chick
-----and don't forget:
Practice safe pool fun-- make sure an adult is on 'lifeguard duty' at all times.
Fill sand pails with goodies and add a cute tag for great beach party favors!
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Chickabug Blog

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Kids Party World said...

This is a great party idea! I love it and the care-free vibe it has. You do a great job in capturing happiness in the party ideas.

stevenjared0853 said...

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