Watermelon Party Week Round II

*** Parts of this post were pulled from last year’s “Watermelon Party Week” in August 2012

I’m sorry but our Watermelon Party Decor is dang cute.

This week not only will we be talking about how dang stinkin, freakin cute our Watermelon Party is, but we’ll also give you simple ways to take such a simple theme (watermelon) and expand it across an entire party.  Think country picnic and you’re on the right track:

1. watermelon jam image, 2. watermelon picnic basket, 3. fresh watermelon

Surely I don’t want to give too much away, but you’re catching my drift…

Did I say stinkin and freakin cute?


Stay tuned for more stinkin freakin watermelon cuteness all week!

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  1. Can’t wait to see what all you have in store for this week (although I think I have seen everything out there on etsy, pinterest, and google)! My daughter’s birthday is July 9th and coincides with the time our field of watermelons will be ready, so I decided on the watermelon theme. I’m sticking with green and pink colors and designed the invitations and decorations myself. Just received her chevron print dress with a watermelon applique and monogram on Friday. We are planning on jello set in limes to resemble watermelons, crustless sandwiches cut in half and painted (with food coloring) to resemble watermelons, a wateremelon fruit bowl, watermelon lemonade and tons of watermelon decorations! For activities we are going to make watermelon shakers and play pin the seed on the watermelon. And all the kids are going to take home a homegrown watermelon!

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