Thanksgiving is the holiday that people enjoy. It is not only the time to give thanks and be grateful, but is the time to gather with friends and family. There is nothing that brings them closer than a great home-cooked meal. And it is the holiday that kicks off the Christmas season.
It is also the time to decorate. If your swimming pool is still open, there is a possibility that you have a heater. Then, take advantage of the outdoors to celebrate a memorable holiday. The decorations also play an essential role in creating the ambiance you want.
Here are some ideas that can make your Thanksgiving memorable:
Plastic Pom Poms –
These are made from inexpensive plastic tablecloths. Just fold them cross-cornered, tie them with a string and cut them with patterned scissors. At the end of the pom pom, glue it into a base that will let it float in the swimming pool.
Paper Lanterns –
Your kids will enjoy making these beautiful paper lanterns. Just get a poster paper, string and battery-operated candles, available all at your local pharmacy. It creates a great time to share with the whole family.
Mini Golden Pumpkins –
There is a trend going on for tinting pumpkins. If you’re looking for a more elegant, sophisticated look, consider a centerpiece with mini golden pumpkins…it’s not for just Halloween anymore!
Thanksgiving Garlands –
Garlands always help decorate the room for any occasion, and with this lovely array of fall colors, it goes great outdoors. These can be hung on the fence or just over the swimming pool for a great afternoon detail.
Thanksgiving Lights –
Whether they are floating lights or LED string lights, the tones are what will make it memorable. When you use the right color for the occasion will make your swimming pool look more attractive. Ensure that when installing your lights, it mixes with the scenery. It will provide a great accent to the pool and the surrounding areas.
Color Splash –
Another way for highlighting your pool is by using lights that give a splash of color to the water. Color tones like green, orange or pale yellow will make your guests warm enough to say “Thanks.”