10 Tips to Throwing a Spring Picnic

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Spring is arguably the best time of year to have a picnic. The weather has warmed up, and the flowers and trees are starting to blossom and bloom. This means you can bask in some incredible scenery while enjoying your meal and sunshine.

While spring typically requires monthly pool maintenance to get ready for summer, it’s also a great time to charge up your batteries and throw off the struggle of the winter. Whether you want an intimate picnic for two or you want to treat the entire family and all of your friends to some outdoor cuisine, we’ve got some great tips to share with you today.

 

1. Have the Right Supplies

The first thing you’re going to need is the right food and supplies. While you don’t necessarily need a picnic basket, a good blanket is required. After all, who wants to sit on the bare ground while eating? Additionally, a large bowl with lid will come in handy. If you wish to pack banana pudding, fruit salad, beans, or potato salad, a sealable bowl is essential for picnics.

2. Stay Home

Instead of heading to a local park or the beach, consider staying home and hosting a BBQ picnic. Not only is it a great way to show off your grilling skills, but a spring garden party also allows you to celebrate the season and enjoy time with family and friends. Set up some games, like corn hole or croquet, and your weekend can be fun and relaxing at home.

 

10 Tips to Throwing a Spring Picnic

 

3. Go Somewhere New

There are probably a few parks you haven’t been to, and there’s a good chance you live close to a state park with some great picnic spots. Take this opportunity to explore a new location with friends.

4. Take Advantage of the Season

Spring means various flowers are blooming, making any picnic extra special. If you suffer from allergies, there’s a medicine that can help you enjoy the season to the fullest. Simply take it before going on your adventure and have fun.

 

10 Tips to Throwing a Spring Picnic

 

5. Throw an Indoor Spring Picnic

If the weather isn’t on your side or you’re still experiencing winter, have your picnic in your living room, garage, or greenhouse. Hit your local home improvement store, pick up some colorful flowers, and spread them around your home to bring spring to you. A greenhouse will allow you to enjoy the outdoors while shielding you from the elements.

6. Add Some Comfort

Even the most physically fit individuals can get uncomfortable if they sit directly on the hard ground for too long. Make sure to pack a few outdoor pillows so everyone can enjoy their meal more.

7. Get creative and make edible flower popsicles

Let your creative juice flow with beautiful edible flower popsicles. Even if you haven’t made them before or have no ideas how to get started. There are lots of tutorials on the internet to help you get started or you can get them custom-made for you.

8. Pack fruit for a light snack

If you’re planning on spending a significant amount of time outside, it is best to pack some light fruit to snack on, such as grapes, watermelon, blueberries, or strawberries.

 

10 Tips to Throwing a Spring Picnic

 

9. Take plenty of water

Sodas, beer, and wine may pair well with your chosen meal, but they aren’t very good at hydrating you. So, it’s a wonderful idea to pack several water bottles to ensure everyone remains hydrated.

10. Pack wisely

Make a checklist, and be sure to keep your picnic location in mind when loading your car. For example, you may need an umbrella for the beach or insect repellent for a forest lunch.

Having a spring picnic is a great way to get outside and enjoy some fresh air. Take your significant other out for the day, invite everyone over for BBQ, or head out to the beach for some fun in the sun. Just make sure to keep the tips above in mind for a successful picnic.

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