In just a few short weeks Americans will celebrate Labor Day. If you're planning on throwing a white party this year, follow these tips.
Though the tradition of banning white after Labor Day is a bit outdated, it can still be fun to use the adage as a springboard for a theme party.
Because Labor Day typically marks the end of summer festivities, this party should be held outside in a backyard or nearby park, if possible. When sending out the invites, be sure to request that guests wear as many white pieces of clothing as possible for the get-together.
Before your friends and family arrive, you'll want to spend some time putting up decorations. White pillows are an excellent choice for seating, particularly if you are hosting this event on a patio or under a canopy. White balloons and streamers will also add to the mood of this event.
To really bring this party to life, you'll want to put out some bouquets of white flowers. Some of the best blossoms for these floral arrangements include lilies, magnolias, daisies or white orchids.
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