Glow sticks: The portable party decoration
June 22, 2009
Most people will say the best way to celebrate the Fourth of July is with a lawn chair or blanket outside on an open field or in the backyard of a house.
However, just because the party guests are outside doesn't mean the area has to be pitch black. To ensure your party still has a personality during the fireworks display, pass out glow sticks to your various party guests as a way to add some color to the event.
Small thin glow-in-the-dark necklaces can be given to kids, which can be fun for them to twirl around, but also as a way to keep track of them in the dark. Glow stick products can come in different colors as well, so opt for red, white and blue ones for a more festive decoration.
Larger glow sticks can be used on the snack table so that guests can still enjoy some treats while they wait for the show to start in the dark.
Providing glow sticks to guests is also a safer way to celebrate the national holiday compared to using sparklers.