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Host a patriotic labor day party!
By Courtney Whitmore author Pizzazzerie-Entertain in Style.

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Labor Day might mark the end of those carefree summer days, but don’t say goodbye to summer without one last bash! Labor Day is the perfect opportunity to invite friends over, grab some great grilling foods, and enjoy the warm weather! Here are a few of my favorite tips for the perfect Labor Day party!

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Keep it easy and carefree! No fuss makes for a happy hostess. Host a “DIY” style party where guests build their own burgers, hot dogs, and skewer sticks. They’ll not only get to eat the foods they enjoy the most but you’ll be able to sit back and enjoy the party without playing waiter. Simply set out sliced grilled items like Vidalia Onions, avocado, and mango for building salads, grilled items, or simply snacking.

Don’t pack up the July 4th decorations yet! They’re perfect for incorporating into Labor Day! A solid red or blue tablecloth makes a clean base for lots of fun dishes. Add cute star-shaped sticks to burgers, drinks, and sliced watermelon for a festive touch.

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Set out fresh cherries and sliced watermelon for easy munching and a healthy and delicious dessert!

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Happy hostessing and enjoy your Labor Day Party!


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