Your Labor Day Party Plan

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Labor Day is coming up and that marks your last chance to wear white jeans. Make the most of it and invite your friends over for a white-themed end of summer party featuring healthy food and darling decor. Here’s how:

Let’s Set the Scene

Style your table with a simple white table runner and matching plates. Then, Martha Stewart has the perfect DIY for creating casual all-white centerpieces without having to buy new vases. Simply take what you already have, cover it in a chic white paper bag and tie it with a pretty bow. This dressed-down look pairs perfectly with sophisticated white hydrangeas or whimsical daisies.

Finish your decor off with these beautiful white lanterns from Pier 1. They make a great addition to your tablescape or the perfect way to bring a little light to the summer evening.

What are we cooking up, you ask?

Three easy recipes from How Sweet Eats that are so delicious your guests won’t even notice what’s missing from the menu (meat!). But what they will notice how is they’re still feeling light in those white jeans after the meal.

Veggie Platter

Veggie Burgers

Blueberry Quinoa Crisp

Don’t Forget

An all-white party is full on stains waiting to happen. Our Baby Stain Remover is designed for sensitive skin and, of course, get the job done.


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