August is here! Where’d the summer go? No time to think about that because September and fall will be here in the blink of an eye. Time to start thinking of the Best Labor Day BBQ ideas for your 2017 Labor Day shindig. Not only is it your last chance to wear white, it’s a last chance to gather before summer says Goodbye and school starts taking over your calendar.
Don’t miss your chance to close out the summer with an amazing Labor Day Bash. Here are some of the best Labor Day BBQ Ideas:
Throw a ‘White Party”
Ok, so white clothes & BBQ don’t always go hand in hand. But it’s your last chance to wear white. It’s as good a reason to celebrate as any. Invite your guests to come dressed in all white, serve a white meat menu of chicken and white fish, poor champagne and white wine and drink crisp refreshing light beer. Maybe even hold a white elephant gift exchange. All things white…it’ll be your last chance in 2017 before wearing white is a faux pas!
End of Camp Party
For many of us, summer reminds us of coming home from camp. That final night at camp is always a special one. My camp always hosted a big bonfire where we filled the night with campfire songs. This is a great idea for an adults only or a full on family friendly party. Everybody likes a reason to sing some old favorites. Print out some lyric sheets and invite musically inclined friends to bring guitars, drums, shakers and other percussion instruments.
Throw a “Good Bye” Party
Summer is your friend. It brings warm air, long nights and a feeling of happiness that the other seasons just can’t offer. If your friend is leaving, you’d throw it a going away party. Invite friends over to see summer off. Have them bring their favorite dish of summer 2017 and share their best stories from the past summer. It’s great way to say bon voyage to everybody’s favorite season.
Patioworld and it’s 10 locations across California would love to help! We’ve got supplies and furniture that will help you execute the best labor day BBQ ideas with style and pizzazz! Make Patioworld your first stop for the last part of the summer.