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7 Awesome Water Party Ideas

If a summer party involves water it’s going to be everyone’s favorite party of the season. Here are 7 ideas to help you make sure you’re the host of that perfect summer party.

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    WATER PARTY

    Click through to see more ideas to make your party a hit. 

  • Sponge Balls 2 of 8
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    I really want to make these. And no, I'm not throwing a water party. But you should and when you do, you should make these. 

    See more here on One Charming Party.

  • Games 3 of 8
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    If you have littles at your gathering, keep them entertained with a few simple water games. Like a relay race. Or who can hold their breath the longest under water. Totally kidding, don't do that. 

    See more here on One Charming Party

  • Water Balloons 4 of 8
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    You really can't go wrong with water balloons. After they are all busted, you can have a prize for whoever gathers the most water balloon scraps. You don't want to be stuck with that job. 

    See more here on Lil Sugar

  • Drinks in Kiddie Pools 5 of 8
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    I love the idea of using kiddie pools for drinks. And I really like having the kids and the adults drinks separate. 

    See more here on Catch My Party.

  • Beach Ball Garland 6 of 8
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    This would be a really cute touch to add to a water party. 

    See more here on Studio DIY

  • Invites 7 of 8
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    Every party needs amazing invites. Otherwise, no one will come! Maybe that's not true, but I really love the idea of mailing a beach ball as an invite. 

    See more here on Uncommon Designs

  • Indoor Toys 8 of 8
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    If there are kids at your party, try changing things up and set up an indoor toy area. Sometimes they just need a break from all the water, you know? 

    See more here on Real Simple

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