|Often seen as summer’s last hurrah, Labor Day is ideal for bringing friends and family together for a celebration. While it’s fast approaching, here are some useful tips for present and future Labor Day parties—so you can say goodbye to summer the best way possible!|
1. Send a ‘save the date’
Labor Day is the holiday that brings the long hot days of summer to a close and is a popular date to get together. To ensure your guests come to your party, send a “Save the Date” early in the summer. To further secure that RSVP, add a little patriotic flair to invites, like these fun cards.
2. Choose a fun theme
It’s customary to not wear white after Labor Day. While this trend is on the way to becoming obsolete, why not poke fun at it by having a white party? Encourage guests to wear all-white for a lively and stylish way to commemorate the tradition.
Make sure to decorate your home with fun, festive decorations to get people in the party mood!
Here are some great picks:
Festive plates and cutlery
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