How to Host a Social Distancing Garden Party
Although lockdown isn’t over yet, the new rules do make it possible to have a summer garden party with friends and family members provided you stick to the guidelines.
So what are the best socially distant ways to host a stress-free garden party at home and how can you make it special?
Set the Scene
Bunting and paper decorations always add a special touch, as do fairy and festoon lights. You could even make a floral hoop from an old hula hoop (see the how to here – as seen in Dunelm) and fix it to the fence or shed.
Provide disposable plates, cups and cutlery that only your guests touch and dispose of.
A party isn’t a party without music! Set up a Bluetooth speaker so you can easily stream playlists to it and allow your guests to pair with it so they can choose their favourite tracks too.
Arrange non-sharing food
Ask guests to bring their own picnics and blankets to save the worry of sharing food with others.
Get food delivered! Lots of local businesses are delivering parcels like afternoon tea or you could go down the usual takeaway route.
Regardless of which option you choose, always remember to sanitise and ask guests to bring their own hand sanitiser.
Host an outdoor movie night
Make use of your washing line and a big white sheet to create the cinema screen. It’s that simple!
Invest in a wi-fi projector so you can easily stream a movie from your phone
Ask guests to bring their own popcorn or pick n mix and blankets to get snuggly in
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I hope this has given some inspiration on how to host a social distancing garden party. If you have other suggestions please add in the comments below!