7 End of Summer Party Themes
It's hard to believe that summer is almost over. Soon, we'll trade in rooftop parties for fireside gatherings and swimsuits for trench coats. It seems the older we get, the quicker time passes and the more we want to celebrate each moment. As we prepare to start a new season, click through for ways to conclude the hottest time of year.
All White Party
They say no white after Labor Day, so this is the perfect way to end the hottest season. Be sure to serve Ciroc cocktails if you want that Diddy edge.
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If you're not a fan of cooking food like me, ask all of your guests to bring a dish of their choice. Not only will it save you work, the table will look amazing with a bevy of colorful eats to choose from.
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Outdoor Movie Marathon
A rented projector, large sheet and DVD collection make this one of the most cost effective ways to bring your friends together. Lay out in the summer breeze and enjoy some flicks before the temperature drops.
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Nothing says summer cuisine like seafood! Boil the lobster, clam and oysters, throw some newspaper on a big table and stuff your face! Seafood tastes best in warm weather and doing it outside will keep your house from smelling fishy.
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All of the girly girls will love this theme. Grab your fanciest tea sets and channel your creativity for some unique floral arrangements. Surround yourself in nature as you sip on summer cocktails dressed in a garden themed ensemble.
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Summer Mixtape Rager
Sometimes all you need to have a good time is your Ipod and a pair of speakers. Have each friend bring their own playlist of summer favorites and have an all night dance party.
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Bartender for a Day Soiree
One of the best parts os summer is attending day parties and brunches for good food and libations. Make your last go-round epic by asking each guest to bring ingredients for their favorite drink. Put together your own make shift bar and have each person create the drink for everyone else. Please note: this may cause extreme drunkenness.
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