4th of July Etiquette Quick Tips
Posted by Liz Taylor May 27, 2015
Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. It’s one of my favorite holiday’s as it’s commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbeques and a great excuse to get together with your closest family and friends. More than likely, you will have many fun events to attend throughout the weekend, so we want to arm you with the following quick and easy tips:
Going Boating? If you are boating with friends, please bring a cooler stocked with beverages and snacks to share.
Attending a picnic? Bring a bowl of fruit, appetizer, dessert or something that your host will appreciate. A small hostess gift is also a must (I recently attended a dinner party and brought my hostess a small starfish-shaped serving bowl. I recalled her saying that she adores serving dishes and with them living right on the water, this gift was perfect for her).
Celebrating with fireworks? If your neighbors or friends are hosting a fireworks display, have fun and enjoy the show, but don’t overstay your welcome.
Have fun, be safe and enjoy the holiday weekend!
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