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Charming Friday Links: Labor Day

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WatermelonMargarita1It’s hard to believe that summer is already coming to an end! Technically the first day of fall isn’t until September 23rd, but come Tuesday, it’s ALL about fall in our minds and we’re extremely excited about it! Summer is great, but the holidays are where.it’s.at! In the meantime, we’ve rounded up some links all about Labor Day. We also found some charming entertaining ideas for the last BBQ weekend before fall, just in case you’re planning on having a Labor Day bash!

Here’s a history lesson in why we celebrate Labor Day and where it came from!

This is a great idea for an outdoor Labor Day party!

During WWII, women entered the workforce in larger numbers than ever before! The face for that movement was the iconic Rosie the Riveter (We can do it!!). Read more about that here!

If you’re hitting the road for the beach or camping, this IS the coolest cooler EVER for your adventures!

Also take some of these on your trip too!!

Fire up that grill and try one of these 5 unique ways to eat grilled corn on the cob! OR you can grill watermelon!

Where in the world did the “no white after Labor Day” rule came from?!

Red, white and blue doesn’t just have to be for 4th of July! Here’s a patriotic sangria recipe that would be perfect for your Labor Day cookout!

Check out our denim napkin DIY for an American spin on this party essential!

This is pretty much the last weekend to indulge in watermelon, so drink up with these watermelon margaritas!

Love this idea for entertaining! Easy and delicious!!

For all you movie buffs, here’s a list of the best Labor Day movies!

Our Aqua Fresca Bar is a refreshing idea for those hot afternoon get togethers!

Set the ambiance with our DIY tiki torch bottles!

If you’re in LA, here are 37 awesome things to do in LA this Labor Day!

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