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Pool Party Ideas: Party Themes, Décor, and Games

Summer Party Themes







There’s no better way to celebrate summer and beat the heat than with a pool party—and no party is complete without a great theme. From the decorations to the food to the games, here are four summer party themes to help you create a fun and festive setting.


Summer Luau Party Decor

Luau Party

Transform your backyard and swimming pool into a tropical paradise with a Luau party theme. You can easily find an assortment of luau-themed décor and accessories at your local craft or party supply store.

Here are some fun ideas for Luau party decorations, food, and games.


Luau Party Decorations

Luau Party Theme Decorations

Raffia or grass table skirts – adorn patio tables or a buffet table with raffia or grass table skirts to give an authentic island vibe

Tiki torches – line up tiki torches along the entrance to the backyard or around the swimming pool

Leis – hang assorted colors from tree branches or drape across the backs of patio chairs

Inflatable palm tree cooler – for an attractive way to keep drinks cool. A variety of designs and sizes are available and can hold anywhere from 24 to 60 12-ounce cans (plus ice)

Tiki totems – scatter these fun faces around the yard

Fresh coconuts and/or pineapples – arrange on patio tables for inexpensive (and edible) centerpieces

Floral garland –  use as a border around the swimming pool, drape across tree branches, or attach to patio umbrellas

Printed beach towels – hang beach towels with a sunset, ocean, or island print on a clothesline or along the backyard fence to create festive backdrops for photos


Luau Party Food


Hawaiian Luau Party Tableware

Hawaiian fruit punch – in a large punch bowl filled with ice, mix your favorite juices (e.g. pineapple, orange, grapefruit, cranberry, etc.) with lemon-lime soda or ginger ale; garnish with orange, pineapple and lemon slices

Tropical fruit salad – cut mango, pineapple, and papaya into cubes; combine with mandarin orange wedges, kiwi slices, and flaked sweetened coconut; drizzle with honey and lime juice

Island chicken kabobs – arrange chunks of teriyaki-marinated chicken breast, pineapple, and bell pepper on wooden skewers. Grill 15 – 20 minutes, turning occasionally, until chicken juices run clear. Serve over white or brown rice

Hawaiian pizza (ham & pineapple) – make your own or order from your favorite pizza place—we won’t tell!


Luau Party Games & Activities


Limbo


Pineapple Bowling


Hula Dance-off – separate pool party guests into teams of three or four and see which team can come up with the most creative hula dance


Hula Hoop Contest – have two or three people (or more, depending on how many hula hoops you have) hula hoop until there is only one person left hula hooping. The person left standing then hula hoops against the next group of people. Continue the cycle to see who ends up the hula-hooping champion.


Luau Party Limbo Game Pineapple Bowling Game Luau Hula Dance

Photos courtesy of Party City, PartyCity.com




Fiesta Party Decorations
Photo courtesy of Party City, PartyCity.com

Fiesta Party

The bright colors, zesty fare, and festive tone of a Mexican Fiesta make it a great party theme for summer. Take your pool party amigos south of the border with these fiesta-themed decorations, food, and games.


Fiesta Party Decorations


Paper fans & streamers – choose bright summer colors like orange, red, pink, yellow, and lime green

Party lights – use multicolored string lights or fun options like chili pepper string lights or mini margarita lights

Mexican blanket – use as a table cover or backdrop for photos

Stick flags – place miniature Mexican or multicolored stick flags in the ground along the perimeter of the pool

Mini cactus candles – these will help establish a southwest theme and can serve as both table décor and party favors

Fiesta tableware – decorate tables with plastic Margarita  glasses, fresh limes,  colorful vases, and Mexican-themed paper flowers and napkins


Fiesta Tableware  Party City Fiesta Paper Fans

Above: Photo courtesy of Chris Nease, Celebrations at Home
Right: Photo courtesy of Party City, PartyCity.com



Fiesta Party Food

Tortilla chips and salsa – for an authentic touch, try this delicious recipe for Black Bean Salsa  (pictured below)

Tacos – set up a taco station and let guests pick their favorite fillings and toppings like ground beef, shredded chicken or pork, Cheddar or Monterey jack cheese, lettuce, salsa, tomatoes, jalapeños, sour cream and guacamole

7-layer dip – layer refried beans, guacamole, sour cream, salsa, cheddar cheese, sliced black olives, and lettuce; serve with corn or tortilla chips

Mexican grilled corn – top grilled corn on the cob with a mixture of mayonnaise, lime juice, chili powder and Cotija cheese (or Parmesan)

Chips and dip trio – fill tired serving baskets with tortilla chips and an assortment of dips, including salsa, guacamole, and corn relish

Mexican Fiesta Party Food Black Bean Salsa Recipe

Above: Photo courtesy of Chris Nease, Celebrations at Home
Right: Photo courtesy of Tanya Staab


Fiesta Party Games & Activities


Pass the Sombrero – like “Hot Potato,” but with a fiesta twist: Instead of a potato, have players pass around a sombrero. Each player has to put the sombrero on their head before passing it to the next person.  The person wearing or holding the sombrero when the music stops playing is eliminated. Continue eliminating players until two people remain. The player without the sombrero when the music stops is the winner.

Inflatable Cactus Ring Toss 

Pin the Tail on the Donkey

Piñata – choose from a variety of fiesta-themed shapes, like a sombrero, chili pepper, donkey, or cactus

Mariachi Musical Floats – for this take on “Musical Chairs,” you’ll need to have one less float/inner tube in the pool than there are people. Have everyone swim around the pool as you play a CD with mariachi music; when you stop the music, everyone has to swim to the nearest float and jump on; the person without a float is eliminated and one float is removed from the pool. Continue playing, removing a float each time a person is eliminated. The person to sit on the last float is the winner.

Dress-up Relay Race:
     You’ll need these items for each team: 
        Sombrero 
        Maraca 
        Fake mustache (look for versions that attach with an elastic band, not adhesive)
        Bandana

     How to play:
       1. Divide party guests into two or more teams (the number of teams will depend on how many sets of items you have)
       2. Pile each team’s set of items at the opposite end of pool
       3. When someone says “Go,” the first member of each team swims to the other side of the pool and puts on their team’s group of items
       4. The player then swims back to the other side of the pool, takes off the items, and passes them on to the next team member.
       5. That team member puts on the items, swims to the other side of the pool, takes off the gear, and swims back to the other side of the pool to tag the next player.
       6. The cycle continues until the last player returns back to the team. The first team to finish wins.


Sombrero Pinata  Fiesta Party Game

Above: Photo courtesy of Party City, PartyCity.com
Right: Photo courtesy of Chris Nease, Celebrations at Home


Under the Sea Party


A backyard swimming pool is the perfect venue for an Under the Sea party theme. Create an enchanting underwater adventure with these seaworthy ideas.

Under the Sea Party Decorations


Tropical fish floats

Bubbles – rent or buy a bubble machine to create the illusion of underwater bubbles

Fish netting – drape decorative fish netting (available at craft and party supply stores) over your backyard fence or use it as table covers

Streamers or crepe paper – use a combination of deep blue, turquoise, and green streamers or crepe paper to simulate water motion and seaweed. Attach varying lengths along the backyard fence, to the backs of patio chairs, and along the edges of patio umbrellas.

Seashells – scatter an assortment of shells on top of patio tables or place in small sand buckets

Coral reef wall decor – these lightweight, vinyl sheets (for indoor/outdoor use) can be attached to your fence with Sticky tack or double-sided tape to create an underwater scene

Under the Sea Scene Setter   Tropical Fish Floats
Photos courtesy of Party City, PartyCity.com


Under the Sea Party Food


Tuna “fish” sandwiches – cut tuna fish sandwiches into fish shapes with a cookie cutter. (You can also make peanut butter and jelly-fish sandwiches.)

Shrimp cocktail

Miniature crab cakes

Goldfish crackers

Sea life cups  – make these delightful under-the-sea treats pictured below with blue gelatin dessert mix, whipped topping, crushed graham crackers, and molded chocolates

Salt water taffy

Octopus hot dogs – slice hot dogs in half lengthwise, leaving about two inches connected at the end for the head. Turn the hot dog and slice each half again, creating four “legs.” Cut each of the four legs in half again.

Crab dip

Sand dollar sugar cookies – sprinkle them with cinnamon and sugar to look like sand

Gummy fish candy cups (pictured below) – place gummy fish in plastic cups with blue candy-coated chocolates to look like they’re swimming in the ocean

Under the Sea Jell-O Cups Gummy Fish and Candy Cups
Photos courtesy of Tonya Staab


Check out these additional Seafood Recipes for Your Poolside Affair.


Under the Sea Party Games & Activities


Shark Bite
   How to play:
    1. Have everyone get in the pool
    2. Choose one person to be the “shark.” When you say "Go," the person who is the shark has to swim around the pool and try to catch one of the other guests.
    3. The person that gets caught (or bit) becomes the shark for the next round

Sand art station

Crab races

Buried Treasure Race
    How to play:
    1. Pick one person to be the leader and divide the rest of the party guests into two teams. Each team stands at opposite ends of the pool.
    2. The leader goes to the middle of the pool and tosses in an assortment of diving toys, such as lobsters, starfish, turtles, and dolphins. When the leader calls out “Go,” the first member of each team swims to the center of the pool, collects as many items as they can, and returns to their team.
    3. The leader tallies the number of items each player collected for their team and then tosses the items back into the center of the pool for the next two players.
    4. After all the players from each team have taken a turn, the leader adds up the results from each round to see the total number of items each team collected. The team with the higher number wins.

Inflatable starfish ring toss
Inflatable Starfish Ring Toss

Photo courtesy of Party City, PartyCity.com





Patriotic Party

Patriotic Party Theme DecorationsCelebrate the summer holidays, show your support for Team USA in the Olympic Games, or host an all-American backyard barbecue with these patriotic ideas.

Patriotic Party Decorations


Red, white and blue paper fans or lanterns

Miniature American flags – use as both décor and party favors

Patriotic pinwheels – place large ones in the ground around the swimming pool or arrange a few miniature pinwheels inside blue or red sand buckets for a festive centerpiece

Stars and stripes pennant banners – drape across tree branches or the backs of chairs

American flag bunting – hang along the fence or deck rails

Red, white, and blue table confetti

Solar powered floating pool lights – a few red, white, and blue spheres will add a festive ambiance at night

Red, blue, or American flag bandanas – use as placemats or napkins

Photo courtesy of Party City, PartyCity.com

Patriotic Party Food


American flag fruit kabobs (bottom left)

Snow cones – let guests add their favorite syrup flavor(s): blue raspberry (blue), strawberry (red), or piña colada (white)

Maple-Mustard Country-Style Spareribs


Patriotic parfaits
(bottom right) – layer blueberries, raspberries or strawberries, vanilla-flavored yogurt, whipped topping, granola, and flaked coconut

Individual caramel popcorn snack boxes - these can also be displayed as part of the décor!

Hot dogs and hamburgers – set up a buffet table with all the fixings

Grilled corn on the cob

Barbecue chicken

Star-shaped sandwiches

American Flag Fuit KabobsPatriotic ParfaitCracker Jack Box
Left: Photo courtesy of Party City, PartyCity.com; Middle: Photo courtesy of Tonya Staab; Right: Photo courtesy of Chris Nease, Celebrations at Home


Patriotic Party Games & Activities

Bobbing for apples

Tug-of-War – this can be played on land or in the pool

Flag Relay
     How to play:
     1. Divide guests into two or three teams
     2. Each team gets a bucket filled with miniature American flags (1 flag per teammate). Place buckets on opposite side of the yard.
     3. On the count of three, the first member from each team runs to their bucket, picks out a flag, and then runs back to tag the next player.
     4. The game continues until all of the members of a team have gotten their flag. The first team to finish wins.

Pie-eating contest - use mini patriotic pies with star cutouts

Mini Patriotic Pies
Photo courtesy of Chris Nease, Celebrations at Home





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Pool House or Guest House?

By Patti Plummer

Pool HouseOne of the many benefits of owning a pool house is that it can serve as a guest house for family and friends. Small to medium-sized buildings may consist of a studio-style room that includes storage space, bathroom facilities, a bed, and a kitchenette. Others are more elaborate, even multi-story: the top floor is reserved for guests while the bottom floor is open for poolside recreation. 

An interior designer can help create a guest house that has all of the conveniences of home—and do so with a style that harmonizes with the main house. A good design may include built-in sofas, a fully-stocked kitchen and a wet bar, dining area, even a fireplace along with a big-screen HDTV and surround sound. The designer will decorate the house in a style that evokes your personality and is in sync with the main house. All in all, by doing double duty, your pool house will give your guests a relaxing place to call their own that is more private than a guest room and more inviting than a hotel room. Your guests may never want to leave!

If you're ready to plan your pool house or cabana, check out the Coventry Pool & Garden House Plans book in our bookstore to see 63 pool house designs and plans.



Pool House Interior

Pool House with Kitchen

Pool House Interior Design


Photos by Thomas Dorough

Summer Safety – Tips for Pool, Sun, Heat & Bug Protection

Summer Safety Tips









Whether you’re relaxing on the beach, swimming in the pool, or exploring the great outdoors, keep yourself and your family safe this summer by following these tips for pool, sun, heat, and bug safety.

Pool Safety

Nothing is more synonymous with summertime than swimming pools. While pools are one of the most fun ways to beat the summer heat, they do pose danger if used without proper caution. Here are some pool safety tips to keep swimmers safe and sound.

Summer Safety_Pool Safety Fence
  • Always maintain constant adult supervision. Never leave children alone in or near the swimming pool or hot tub, even for a minute. During social gatherings, have adults take turns being the designated “water watcher” to supervise children and prevent accidents around the pool area. Keep a telephone and emergency numbers by the pool.
  • Block access to the pool. Install a four-sided safety pool fence with a self-closing, self-latching gate to prevent children and pets from accessing the pool. Remove steps to aboveground swimming pools when not in use.
  • Establish pool rules to prevent injuries. Discuss the pool rules with children and pool guests, such as no running around the swimming pool, no diving into the shallow end or from the side of the pool, and no sliding down a waterslide head-first.
  • Teach your children to swim. The National Safety Council suggests enrolling children in swimming lessons as early as age three, and the American Red Cross says most children are ready by age four.
  • Learn CPR. Enroll in Red Cross water safety, first aid and CPR courses to learn what to do in the event of an emergency. Ensure that babysitters, grandparents and others who care for your children know these lifesaving skills as well. Find a Swimming and Water Safety course in your area by contacting your local Red Cross Chapter at www.redcross.org.
See Swimming Pool Safety Tips for more pool precautions every parent and pool owner should know.


Photo courtesy of Pool Guard Safety Fences & Nets; Pool Guard of Long Island




Sun Safety

 

We all enjoy a little fun in the sun during the summer, but too much sun exposure can lead to serious health issues, including skin cancer. In addition, sunburn is not only painful but reduces your body's ability to dissipate heat. Shield your skin and reduce your risk of harmful sun damage with these sun safety tips.

Summer Sun Safety_Shade Tree Canopies

  • Protect your skin. Use sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or greater every day, rain or shine—the sun’s blazing rays go right through clouds. Be sure to check the product label for “broad spectrum” to ensure protection against both UVA and UVB rays.
  • Reapply often. Apply about one ounce of sunscreen to exposed skin at least 30 minutes before going outside. Reapply sunscreen every two hours or after swimming or sweating.
  • Don’t forget the five commonly missed areas. These spots are often overlooked when applying sunscreen: The head (scalp and hairline), ears, feet (tops and sides), back of the hands, and lips.
  • Cover up. Wear a hat with at least a 3-inch brim and wear loose fitting, full-length cotton clothing with a tight weave.
  • Seek shade. Stay in the shade whenever possible and limit sun exposure during peak intensity hours (between 10 a.m. and 4p.m).
  • Keep babies out of the sun as much as possible. Dress children under 1 year old in lightweight, light-colored clothing with long sleeves and long pants and always cover their head. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends parents also apply sunscreen with an SPF 15 to small areas like the face and back of the hands if protective clothing and shade are not available.
  • Protect your eyes. Ultraviolet radiation causes cataracts, macular degeneration, and melanoma of the eye. When buying sunglasses, look for a label that specifically offers 99 to 100 percent UV protection (which includes both UVA and UVB).
  • Check the UV index.  Visit www.epa.gov/sunwise/uvindex.html to check the UV index forecast for your area. The UV Index, developed by the National Weather Service and EPA, indicates the strength of solar UV radiation on a scale from 1 (low) to 11+ (extremely high). Use this index as a guide when planning your outdoor activities for the day to prevent overexposure to the sun.
  • Be extra careful near water and sand. Water and sand reflect the sun’s rays, which can increase your chance of sunburn.
Photo courtesy of ShadeTree Retractable Deck & Patio Canopies



Heat Safety  

High temperatures increase the risks of heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. Stay cool this summer by following these precautions.

Summer Heat Safety_Patio Pools of Tucson
  • Drink water. Your body needs liquids to help regulate temperature. Drink water and other non-alcoholic beverages throughout the day, even if you don’t feel thirsty. (Waiting until you’re thirsty could be a sign that you’re already dehydrated.) Also remember to drink plenty of water or sports drinks containing electrolytes before, during, and after exercising to keep your body cool.
  • Monitor outdoor activities. Limit exercise or strenuous physical activity to early mornings and evenings when the temperature outside is cooler. Reduce, stop, or reschedule outdoor activities during periods of excessive heat.
  • Dress “lightly.” Wear loose-fitting, lightweight, light-colored clothing; avoid dark colors as they absorb heat and sunlight.
  • Rest often. If you need to be outdoors during high temperatures, be sure to take frequent breaks in shady areas. Drinking sports drinks with electrolytes will replace the minerals and salt you lose through your sweat and help maintain your energy level throughout the day, as well as prevent muscle cramps.
  • Stay cool. Spend more time in air-conditioned places during excessive heat. If you do not have an air conditioner, go to a library, mall, or other location with air conditioning to reduce your risk of heat illnesses.
  • Check on family, friends, neighbors, and the elderly. Check on loved ones who do not have air conditioning, or who live alone, or who are more likely to be affected by the heat, such as children, seniors and anyone with health problems.
  • Keep an eye on pets. Check on your animals frequently to ensure they have plenty of water and shade and are not suffering from the heat. Never leave pets—or children—alone in enclosed vehicles.
Read the Red Cross’ Heat Wave Safety Checklist for more tips on staying safe in the heat.


Photo courtesy of Patio Pools of Tucson, Inc.



Insect and Bug Safety

Bug bites and stings are one of the biggest nuisances of summertime. Follow these bug safety tips to prevent mosquitoes, ticks, bees, and wasps from imposing on your outdoor fun.

Mosquitoes_Summer Bug Bites 

  • Avoid scented soaps, perfumes, and hair spray. Fragrance can attract insects like mosquitos and bees and increase your chances of getting bitten or stung.
  • Use insect repellents. Insect repellents with DEET are most effective against ticks and mosquitoes, which can transmit Lyme disease (ticks) and West Nile Virus (mosquitoes). The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends using repellents with 10% – 30% DEET on children over 2 months of age; DEET should not be used on children under 2 months. Note: Avoid using combination sunscreen/insect repellent products as sunscreen needs to be reapplied every two hours; insect repellent should not be reapplied. Apply sunscreen before repellent to ensure effectiveness of both products.
  • Avoid areas where insects nest or congregate, such as pools of stagnant water, flower gardens, wooded areas, and uncovered food. Mosquitoes are prevalent from dusk to dawn, so try to stay indoors during these times if you can. Also keep away from bee hives and wasp nests and do not try to knock them down as this will agitate the insects and prompt them to attack. 
  • Inspect yourself and your children. At the end of the day, check your body and your children for ticks. Pay close attention to the back of the neck and ears, the groin, the scalp, and the armpits. If you find a tick, follow these instructions for tick removal from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Wear light-colored clothing. Bright colors and floral patterns will attract bugs. Wearing light colors also makes it easier to spot ticks. Be sure to wear long sleeves and pants when going on hikes or in wooded areas. Tuck shirts into pants and pant legs into socks or boots for extra protection.
  • Protect your pets. Dogs are very susceptible to tick bites and can transfer ticks into your home. Talk to your veterinarian about flea and tick control programs for your pets.

5 Fabulous Outdoor Fans

Outdoor Ceiling Fans







By Patti Plummer

Feel a cool summer breeze whenever you like with an outdoor fan. These outdoor fixtures have become popular accessories for covered patios, decks, and gazebos and come in an array of materials and designs, including traditional, tropical, and modern.


Here are 5 outdoor ceiling fans to enhance the style of your favorite outdoor living space:


Sound the Fanfare


Brisa 2000 Copper Outdoor Fan



The Brisa 2000’s distinctive design utilizes the movement of the select mahogany blades and a lunar counterweight to gently orbit around the spherical gear housing. When the metal blades are ordered with the protective powder coating, the fan is UL listed for damp locations. Call 847-680-9043 for more information.












Fantasy Island
Raindance Tropical Ceiling Fan



Full of romance, the Raindance Tropical Ceiling Fan with Arbor 100 Blades is also durable and perfect for non-roofed or roofed locations. Able to withstand the elements, the heavy-duty iron 58-inch non-warp blades are available in dark walnut, cherry, maple, whitewash, and oak. $460, www.californiafancompany.com








Fantastic Voyage

Magellan Contemporary Outdoor Fan


Sleek and sophisticated in style, the Magellan is made of brushed nickel with a wet finish and is UL listed for wet and damp locations. Featuring five 60-inch silver sail blades and a lightshade done in frosted seeded glass, this fan is the perfect complement to any contemporary outdoor room. $720, www.minkagroup.net









We’re a Fan

Stella Outdoor Fan_Modern Fan




The Stella features a unique bee-hive design and cylindered lampshade. Blades come in 42- and 52-inch sizes and can be finished in either mahogany (shown), maple, or black. UL listed for damp locations, this fan can be controlled by a handheld remote, which is sold separately. $545, www.modernfan.com









A Fan for All Seasons

Prairie Fan_Outdoor Ceiling Fan



Reminiscent of the beautiful windows designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Prairie Fan features hand-assembled stained glass panels in a historic frame and is UL listed for damp locations. The 42- and 52-inch blades come in white, maple, mahogany, and nickel while lamping options include halogen and energy-saving compact florescent. ­$480, www.periodarts.com













Outdoor Speakers in Disguise

Wireless Outdoor Speakers







By Debra Maurer

Outdoor speakers can be just as beautiful as they are functional. Check out some of these unique speakers that double as rocks, lanterns, planters, statues, and more.


This wireless outdoor speaker lantern ­can be mounted onto the back wall of your house. It comes with a transmitter that is compatible with most electronic devices, allowing you to broadcast sound from your iPod, radio, computer, etc.

Photo courtesy of Audiovox Corporation







Planters with built-in speakers can be filled with real or faux flowers to spruce up your deck. They’re available in many styles and materials, including terra cotta, wood, and stone.

Photo courtesy of PlanterSpeakers.com






Faux rock outdoor speakers come in many different shapes, colors, and textures. You can choose the best one for your landscape.

Photo courtesy of Stereostone, Inc.








From fish to frogs to cherubs, statue speakers add a decorative element to your garden.

Photo courtesy of OSD Audio, www.OutdoorSpeakerDepot.com






This bench speaker provides extra seating while delivering sound to your backyard. ­

Photo courtesy of PlanterSpeakers.com





Visit our Outdoor Entertainment & Recreation Buyers' Guide for information on where to buy these speakers and other outdoor speakers/entertainment products.


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