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Summer is the absolute best time for time spent outdoors with those special people in your life. We love getting together for fun times and we are sharing some backyard games for the family!
Classic games are always a tried and true hit at our house. We even love to add a few special touches to make them our own. It is so easy, too!
Our family loves to play cornhole. It is the perfect backyard game and we have even learned how to customize a cornhole board. It is so easy and can be suited for any themed party.
Children of all ages love bubbles! I don’t know many who can resist a quick blowing of bubbles…even if they think they are too old. They still love it!
Create your own ring toss game out of wine bottles and crates. Use mason jar lids to toss onto the bottles and you have a stylish party game with supplies you have on hand.
Break out a few hula hoops. We wrapped ours with a little washi tape to match our party theme and they were a hit! Even the adults can join in the fun.
One thing is for sure… you need a place for your friends to sit in between games. A few brightly colored plastic lawn chairs, a wooden crate, and this awesome TIKI® Antigua Fire Sculpture make the perfect resting spot.
As the night approaches, have a basket of flashlights and mason jars for the kids and split up for flashlight tag or go on a quest to catch lightning bugs. Both are so fun and will create memories to last a lifetime.
What is your family’s favorite game for the backyard?
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Trish I love the idea of wrapping the hula hoops with washi tape! I’m doing a hula hoop game this summer and am going to have to borrow that idea. Thanks!
Jess @ Chaos & Love says
I want to hang out in this backyard forever and ever.
Mary Beth @ Cupcakes and Crinoline says
Oh my goodness ~ that fire sculpture is awesome. I have never seen one but I am going to be looking now.