- How To Host-
THE BEST POOL PARTY
Pool parties are the ultimate way to socialize while cooling off on those hot summer days.
Here are a few tips to help you make a splash at end of summer pool party.
Ready to have some fun?
- Bathing -
Remind guests to bring along their bathing suits, and towels, if you won't have
- Plan -
Plan a menu and purchase the food and beverages. Keep the food light - salads,
fruits, veggies and dip - since your guests will be swimming. Avoid alcohol for
swimmers: serve sodas, teas, and juices instead
- Changing -
Provide a room for people to change into or out of bathing suits, if they need to.
Have some extra sunscreen on hand and tell people to use it.
- Clean -
Even a few stray leaves or sediment on the bottom of the pool, can leave a bad impression. Break out the vacuum or pool robot a few hours before the main event.
- Patio -
Chairs & Tables
Set up a number of patio chairs and tables around the pool area for your guests. Set up two additional large tables, one for snacks, the other for beverages.
- Cooler with -
The little ones can dehydrate easily even though they're in a pool. Keeping a cooler with some ice and water bottles handy keeps everyone hydrated and having fun.
- Break Out Some -
Set up a stereo and speaker system near the pool for some background music. It'll help you set the mood for the party.
- Area -
As the evening wears on, light the pool area with candles in lanterns, Christmas lights strung from tree limbs or floating candles in the pool(provided no one is swimming). Use citronella candles to deter insects.
- Clean -
Even a few tray leaves or sediment on the bottom of the pool, can leave a bad impression. Break out the vacuum or pool robot a few hours before the main event.
Be mindful of these things to keep everyone safe.
Have someone keeping an eye on the pool, especially when children are
Avoid Alcohol when swimming.
Instruct Guest of no Diving and to Remember “FEET FIRST” when entering the swimming pool.