We’re a little early to the celebration, but HomeSeasons.com would like to wish everyone a Happy Labor Day! We want everyone to get started on Labor Day weekend (LDW) right, so we’re going send our best wishes to you starting today!
But before we start enjoying our weekend, let’s remember the meaning behind Labor Day. Every year, on the first Monday in September, we celebrate the hard work and achievements of the workers of America. All our hard work, past and present, has contributed to the welfare of our country. This national holiday rewards many of us with a day off of work.
So to everyone celebrating a 3 day weekend for Labor Day, don’t forget the meaning behind it! We hope everyone will enjoy a great LDW, and we’ll be back next week to start off Halloween and Fall themed ideas!
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We’ve been a fan of tea parties since we were young. This may have a little something to do with watching Alice in Wonderland on repeat, but who knows! Spring and summer are the perfect seasons to host a tea party in the outdoors with all the flowers in bloom.
Since we still have a month left of summer, we’re going to share some of our favorite tea party ideas to inspire you to have your own before fall begins. Get ready for whimsy and pretty overload!
Via River Tea
Via Happy Party Idea
Via Bow Occasions
Via Bubble and Sweet
If these pictures don’t make you want to host a tea party in the near future, we really don’t know what will! We sneaked in a cute Mad Hatter tea party idea for a fun surprise. If you are hosting a tea party this summer, let us know how it turned out!
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Summer is soon coming to an end, and it’s time to relive all our favorite summer memories! For many, it has to be from summer camp. Summer camp is all about meeting new friends, singing beside the campfire, and drinking bug juice!
Today’s blog post is all about ideas and inspiration for a camping themed party for end of summer. For those of you who have had gone to summer camp, this post will be reminiscent of all the fun times! For those of you who haven’t, this will be a fun new experience!
Via Kara’s Party Ideas
Via Homespun Hostess
Via Celebrations at the Home
Are any of these reminiscent of your summer camp days? We think a camping party is perfect for an end of summer celebration– one last hurrah to hang out with friends and family before the busy fall season is upon us. Share with us your favorite summer camp memories below!
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HomeSeasons would like to wish all fathers out there a Happy Father’s Day! If you’re celebrating with your dad this weekend, check out our Father’s Day round up with posts we made!
Awesome Father’s Day Cupcakes
Tie Inspired Gift Ideas for Dad
Father’s Day Gift Series: From Cards to T-shirts
Again, we hope everyone is having a fun time celebrating with family, and we’ll be back next week with more 4th of July themed posts!
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While 4th of July is ultimately the holiday to celebration our nation’s independence, we also can’t deny it’s also one of our country’s biggest picnic and barbecue holidays of the summer.
With every 4th of July picnic and party, we bring out all our best red, white, and blue decor, all the way down to the napkins. In today’s post, we’re going to share with you some awesome patriotic napkin ideas to try for 4th of July this year. Bring on the fireworks, parades, and food!
Via Country Living
Via The Glitter Guide
These napkin ideas are so fun to try for 4th of July. We especially like the striped napkins from The Glitter Guide. What about you? Using napkins is not only festive, but they are also reusable and environmentally friendly!
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Summer is coming up soon. But you know what else this means? It’s graduation season! For those of you who have worked hard for this moment, this post (and a few more coming up ;)) is dedicated to you!
Whether you (or someone you know) is graduating from elementary school, high school, or college (congrats!), graduating is a major milestone in life. You worked hard for that square graduation cap! So in today’s post, we wanted to share THREE graduation cap dessert treat ideas we found that we think everyone will enjoy. Be sure to click the original source for more info!
Via Punch Bowl
Graduation Cap Chocolates – This idea from Punch Bowl is super easy! The main ingredients are chocolate squares and Reese’s cups. The tassels are made from sour belt candies.
Via Hungry Happenings
Graduation Cap Cakes – This yummy grad cap cake from Hungry Happenings looks delicious! Using yummy flourless cakes and homemade chocolate squares, this is sure to be a crowd favorite.
Via Taste of Home
Graduation Cap Brownies – For an even more decadent dessert, this grad cap brownie from Taste of Home will sure hit the spot! This treat is made from brownie bites and a chocolate covered graham cracker.
To everyone graduating this year, congratulations! We have a few more graduation themed posts coming up in the next few weeks, so stay tuned to our blog!
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