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Memorial Day Party Ideas

Memorial Day is a good time to get out of town or celebrate in your own backyard.  As the nation come together to honor those who died while serving in the U.S. military, we round-up some of the best ways to celebrate the Memorial Day, which also happens to be the unofficial start of the summer season. We have come up with some great Memorial Day Party ideas for you to implement into your get together.

Rent a Boat

If you live near a water body, consider renting watercraft for you and your loved ones. A sailboat would make it a memorable night but any kind of boat will do. Whether it’s a luxury boat or a more low-key sailing vessel, the point is to relax with friends and family.

Host a BBQ

Adjust your BBQ style to replicate the hearty goodness of a Southern-style cookout. Go beyond the traditional burger and hot dog offerings and add some ribs, pulled pork, or brisket to the menu.

Craft Beer Tasting

If you are a craft beer enthusiast, Memorial Day is a great time to do a tasting with guests. Showcase a selection of summer brews, fruit beers, or session ales for your friends to sample.

Hot Dog Bar

An elaborate hot dog bar is a fun way to turn a classic Memorial Day food into something new and exciting. Grill some quality dogs and let your guests choose from an array of toppings.

Host a Slider Party

If burgers are your go-to cookout staple, host a slider party instead. Not only are these mini burgers very delicious, but you can also offer guests a few different options to choose from like bacon-and-cheese stuffed burgers or spicy jalapeño sliders.

Decorate Your Space

A simple and inexpensive way to add flair to any holiday party is with fun streamers and lights. In just a few minutes, you’ll have spruced up an indoor or outdoor space for holiday fun.

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