Party Ideas for Holidays Year-Round, Part 2
There’s always a good reason to stage a party or an event. You can even choose to celebrate Groundhog’s Day with your group, and many parties are held on Super Bowl Sunday. Maybe you want to stage your own version of Mardi Gras, where people dress in flashy costumes and eat special kinds of New Orleans dishes. Or, do something really different and host an April Fool’s party, one at which you have a Christmas tree decorated for Halloween or serve cookies that look like pizza and hamburgers.
As far as food is concerned, your Memorial Day party, whether indoors or out, should include foods that are red, white, and blue, which represent the true spirit of honoring members of our military forces. Look for recipes that include patriotic colors. If you want to stage an Independence Day picnic for a group, check out Big Wave Events, a company that specializes in holiday event production in NYC and the surrounding areas. For example, you can ask the staff at Big Wave Events to bring the holiday into your workplace and have your employees dress in blue, white, and red outfits. The company can also provide technological fireworks and bring in patriotic dishes to delight and astound all the partygoers. Other holidays that deserve parties include the following:
- Earth Day
- Labor Day