Here are five event decor tips for you to consider if your Fourth of July outdoor party is interrupted by bad weather!
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Pre-set your dining table with themed decor and tableware. Your guests will never know that it was part of the back-up plan. If the space is not used, guests will only assume that you took your event design a step further by decorating the inside of your home also!
Don't let the weather be a wet blanket on your bonfire--literally! Roast your marshmallows for traditional S'mores inside at the fireplace (yes, it's July so put the fire out when you're done)! Take an old tradition and make it into a new one!
A threat of a rain shower will have your guest running for cover! Accent your covered patio or porch furniture with your favorite pillows for your guests to get comfy. This is also a great place to hosts games during your soiree. Remember safety first! If lightning strikes, please have your guests head inside.
Display candles of various heights and sizes to create a "starry" night element. The flicker from the candlelight will create a warm, casual ambiance for your guests.
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