Move objects that may not go with the decor, better yet find ways to repurpose them by using tablecloths or fabrics. Roll music into games and activities for creating an upbeat tempo getting everyone more actively involved. Working with a theme idea, include the choice of tablecloths into the plan from a solid color one to one with a character splashed all over.
Add excitement to your Labor Day Weekend party by giving party gifts and prizes. Use the red, white and blue colors on the
prizes to match the party theme. These party gifts are perfect prizes for
the party games. Party Gifts
add excitement to a Labor Day Weekend Party!
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A great way to get thinking caps on in a fun way is to fill a jar up with a lot of candy. Put an empty box next to it and have everyone drop their guess as to how many candies are actually in the jar. The person to come the closest wins the jar of candy.
Did you know the first Labor Day parade was sponsored by the Central Labor Union in New York City on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1882? It included as many as ten thousand working people. After the celebration, many other states began to recognize the holiday.