Host A Light Labor Day Luncheon
This mini-party will be easy enough for you to throw without too much prep work. That way, you can enjoy the day like the rest of the guests. Everyone deserves a relaxing Labor Day.
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As the summer winds down, grill up some chicken for a salad or served grilled cheese strips.
Herbed Grilled Chicken Salad
Vegan Grilled Cheese Strips
Chicken Caesar Salad
Sandwiches and burgers are ideal for a Labor Day luncheon. Everyone will be pleased.
My Kinda Muffuletta
Turkey Spinach Burgers
Italian Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Pita Cheese Calzones
String Bean and Potato Salad
Beet and Mandarin Salad
Eggplant Tostada Slices
Sausage, Peppers and Onions in a Pinch
Peppered Corn Salad
Dive into a platter of delicious cookies, and know that your guests are doing the same.
Toffee Crunch Cookies
Kiwi Carousel Parfait
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
This is your last chance for summer drinks. Live it up! Drink them down!
Strawberry Lime Smoothie
- Even though this party is for the day, be prepared for some guests who might stay longer than others. You might need to light citronella candles and torches, just in case the mosquitoes come out.
- It can be pricey to rent tables, and it’s not economical for a luncheon. Try to make your backyard look like a picnic area instead, by setting up blankets on the grass area.
- Send out the invitations well in advance, since your guests might make other plans if you wait too long. Labor Day is a very popular holiday, so send the invitations 3 weeks before the party.
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