When it comes to celebrating the Fourth of July, there’s no better way get the party started than with a pool party. Whether you’re hosting an adults-only affair or inviting the entire family over for some splish-splashing fun, these six Fourth of July pool party ideas have got you covered.
1. Make a Giant Float
Get a really big pool float, like an inflatable swan or flamingo, and invite your guests to make the biggest group photo ever! Make sure you have a waterproof camera so you don’t miss any special memories.
2. Create Patriotic Drinks
Provide some tasty drinks for your guests that are red, white and blue themed. You can get creative with all kinds of juices and syrups to give your Fourth of July drinks some extra sparkle. Serve them up in festive glasses or mason jars with straws for added fun!
3. Put on a Fireworks Show
Nothing says Fourth of July celebration quite like fireworks! If it’s legal in your area, set up your own fireworks show for your guests. Be sure to light them off safely and away from the pool.
4. Have a Water Balloon Fight
Fill up some balloons with water and have an epic Fourth of July battle with your friends! Make teams or let everyone fight it out in an all-out free-for-all. Just be sure to clean up afterwards so you don’t leave a mess behind!
5. Decorate the Pool Area
Get creative with decorations around the pool area like American flags, streamers, and other fun Fourth of July items. You can also get in the holiday spirit by playing patriotic music while everyone is swimming and having fun.
6. Have a Patriotic Themed Potluck
Ask your guests to bring a dish for a potluck that is patriotic themed. You can have everything from red, white and blue cupcakes to Fourth of July shaped jello molds. Whatever it is, make sure it tastes as good as it looks!
These are just a few ideas to help you throw the perfect Fourth of July Pool Party. With some creativity and planning, you’ll be able to host a party that everyone will remember for years to come! So get out there and start planning your pool party today!
Happy Fourth of July!