Windy City Novelties Brings you Some Party Advice for This Year's Memorial Day Cookout
Make your party shine like a sparkler!
The end of summer can leave some people feeling down. For many school-age children, returning to class can be a drag and the emergence of cooler temperatures and shorter days can have some yearning for carefree July afternoons. Just because summer is coming to a close does not mean you cannot throw one last fantastic party. Labor Day is typically the unofficial end of the season, and hosting a backyard cookout with all of your friends, family and neighbors that first weekend in September can be a great way to say farewell to the summer.
Who doesn't love having a cookout during the summer? There's something special about getting a group of friends and family together and hanging out in the perfect weather while enjoying some delicious food and each other's company. Although Independence Day has come and gone and July is reaching its end, there is never a bad time to celebrate your love for the United States of America. Combining the best qualities of the country and a fondness of grilled cuisine by hosting a fantastic patriotic-themed barbecue can be the perfect way to enjoy the warm temperature and long hours of daylight.
Memorial Day is around the corner, which means most people will be taking off to indulge in good conversation, grilled foods and ice cold beer. If you've been invited to a shindig on Monday, you're likely counting down the moments until you can relax, hang out and have a ball.
Memorial Day is fast-approaching, but that doesn't mean there isn't enough time to plan an amazing party. If you have yet to receive an invite in the mail for a bash on May 31, why not do everyone a favor and coordinate one yourself? Instead of lounging around your home and wasting time on your day off from work, you could be sipping drinks and mingling with some of your closest loved ones.
Independence Day is still a few months away, but who says we can't honor our country anyway? Celebrating the USA can turn into a fun-filled evening spent with your closest friends. So get your thinking cap on and start planning the ultimate patriotic party!
November 11 marks Veterans Day, a day intended to honor those who have served in the American military services.
It's time to say goodbye to the summer with a traditional Labor Day party that will bring you and your closest friends and family members together for one last blast.
Stacy and Clinton of TLCs hit What Not to Wear would adamantly advise that no one wear white after Labor Day. To celebrate the last okay day for your tennis whites, host a party where guests have to dress entirely in this shade.